Welcome to our Social Justice Hub
Knowledge drives progress
The more we know, the more effectively we can act
Knowledge drives progress and one action we are taking is sharing validated scholarly readings and resources on racial identities, ethnicities, class, and gender topics.
Educating for Black Lives
Our education team has developed Educating for Black Lives which brings together readings and resources for antiracist education.
Discover the meaning of Black history
As part of the UK’s Black History Month 2022, this blog post and interview with Routledge author Martin Glynn look at the meaning of Black history and why it's important to represent Black voices.
Articles and posts from our Insights blog
- What is social justice?
- Confronting child hunger
- Racism and healthcare: an urgent call to care, confront, and correct
- Getting more girls in STEM
- Inspirational women in STEM
- Women healers: from ancient female shamans to 21st-century doulas
- The digital threats to press freedom
- Combatting disinformation
- Diversity in peer review
- Diversity in academic publishing
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An equitable and fair approach to content accessibility
As one of the largest global publishers of academic content, we take it as our responsibility to ensure accessibility is central to our publishing, to improve learning outcomes and to ensure a more equitable and fair approach to content accessibility.
Developing our Colleague Resource Groups (CRGs)
Colleague Resource Groups (CRGs) are integral to looking at how we continue to broaden the diversity of our colleague base and in how we integrate diversity into our business operations.
Accessibility is a worthwhile journey
My biggest advice is that you won’t immediately find all the answers and fix all the problems. Accessibility is a journey, but it’s a worthwhile one.
Working within the accessibility community
We work closely with key advocates of accessibility. Our impact on people who are blind, visually impaired, or print disabled has been achieved through our broad range of international accessibility partnerships.
Setting the standard - our partnerships with diversity action organizations
We are committed to supporting organizations that actively advance the crucial work towards diversity, equity, and inclusion in the publishing field.