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Namibian journal of social justice

Abbreviation: Namib. J. Soc. Just.

Published by: Economic and Social Justice Trust

Publisher Location: Windhoek, Namibia

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2021; 1 -- 2021; 1

Publication Date Range: 2021 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 1
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pISSN = 2026-8882

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): The Namibian Journal of Social Justice (NJSJ) was established in 2021 as an open-source publication to create a space for contesting the mainstream ideas that underpin the global capitalist neoliberal order. The NJSJ serves as an intellectual platform for social justice academics and activists in Namibia who want to critically question that order and search for alternatives. Its ideological grounding is unapologetically left as it wants to be a teaching and learning instrument for academics, teachers, students, workers, youth activists, policy makers and others who are willing to wage the struggle for social justice in Namibia.

The NJSJ does not pretend nor assume an “open for all” character. It will promote a critical leftist analysis and ideas which will advance the struggle for social justice in Namibia. In doing so, the journal will uphold the principles of academic meticulousness and seek quality academic research output and analyses on social justice and related issues. At the same time, it will remain open to different forms of contributions (including opinion pieces, photo essays etc.) and prioritise substance over form. In other words, the NJSJ will not only accept academic articles of high quality but it will also publish activist accounts of struggles in Namibia, Africa and globally.
The Journal is published by the Economic and Social Justice Trust (ESJT). an organisation of volunteers dedicated to the achievement of economic and social justice (