The Nordic Journal of Educational History (NJEdH) is an interdisciplinary international journal dedicated to scholarly excellence in the field of educational history.
The journal takes special responsibility for the communication and dissemination of educational history research of particular relevance to the Nordic region (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and political and geographic entities including the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Sápmi and Åland), but welcomes contributions exploring the history of education in all parts of the world.
The Nordic Journal on Law and Society (NJOLAS) is a peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes critical and interdisciplinary socio-legal scholarship of particular relevance for the Nordic region (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and political and geographic entities including the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Sápmi and Åland).
Its aim is to provide an intellectual space and meeting-place for critical and socio-legal scholars and to develop critical approaches to law and society in its broadest sense, for example from feminist, intersectional, post-colonial, critical race, historical, socio-economic and everyday life perspectives. The journal welcomes a variety of approaches and scholarship such as theoretical papers, results of empirical studies, methodological work, reviews and work dedicated to didactics in legal education.
The Somali Health Action Journal (SHAJ) is an open-access online publication. SHAJ offers a national and international platform for knowledge sharing on key health system topics in the fragile and post conflict contexts in Somalia and in other similar settings. It aims to pave the way for interaction between Somali academics and their institutions, health system professionals, policy makers and international partners.
SHAJ’s mission is to be a forum for Somali academic institutions, professionals of the health services system and their international partners to publish health research on the Somali experience and share evidence-based solutions that improve the health of the population. SHAJ aims to build a health research culture transcending across the health system in Somalia.