Publication Ethics & Policies
Global Diversity & Inclusion journal completely comply with the best practice and guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics. Furthermore, GDIJ journal editors carry out a strict peer-review process and firm ethical policies and standards to ensure the increase of high-quality scientific research in the field of academic publishing. The key publishing ethics points of Global Diversity & Inclusion Journal (GDIJ) are as follows:
Authors should submit their original work. The manuscript submitted to Global Diversity & Inclusion Journal is understood to be authentic, unpublished, and not considered elsewhere. All the authors are required to submit a statement that the manuscript submitted is original and has not been accepted or is currently being considered for publication elsewhere. Submitted or published manuscripts may be withdrawn if found to have falsified or forged results.
It is necessary to submit complete manuscripts; incomplete work will not be considered for publication. The submitted manuscript should be correct and appropriate. It is suggested that authors should prepare their manuscript using the template available on the journal website, which will assist authors in the preparation of the manuscript according to global diversity & Inclusion journal format and outlined guidelines will help authors identify whether their manuscript is relevant or significant for SDIG Global Diversity & Inclusion Journal.
Authors should appropriately attribute other writers' work (Text, figures, data, and results). Otherwise, it will be considered plagiarized. All the authors are required to submit a statement that the manuscript submitted is original and has not been accepted or is currently being considered for publication elsewhere. The editor and his associates will check the manuscript submitted to the journal using anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin). Plagiarism should be less than 19% is acceptable.
Copyright & Publish License
It is compulsory to submit the Undertaking/Authorship Statement along with the manuscript; otherwise, your manuscript will not be accepted. Submission of a manuscript to the Global Diversity & Inclusion Journal implies that all authors have read and agreed to the Undertaking/Authorship Statement or the Terms and conditions. It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to a journal have not been published and will not be simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere.
Undertaking/Authorship Statement is available here.