About the Journal
The Journal of Humanity & Social Justice provides an internationally unique forum for leading research on the themes of humanity and social justice includes social, cultural, economics, politics, history, spiritual, and philosophical approaches. The journal explores links with equality and equity in housing, health, education, economic and human rights, as well as issues of ethnicity, racial, gender, disability, aging, violence, peace, immigration, segregation, religion, minority, poverty, globalization, land economy, enviromental justice, and other social inequalities as they relate to humanity and social justice.
The Journal encompasses an original research papers in multidisciplinary approach advances the integration of diverse social and humanities sciences perspectives and lively policy- and practice-oriented discussions of topical questions.
Interdisciplinary and international in scope the journal is essential reading for academics, students, policy-makers and practitioners interested in humanity and social justice issues.
The Journal of Humanity & Social Justice welcomes submissions from those working in these areas across the globe. All research articles are peer-reviewed. This interdisciplinary journal is annually published in January and July.