International Journal of Education for Social Justice
The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is an academic publication arbitrated and edited by the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid and the Publications Service of the Autonomous University of Madrid. The journal was born in October 2012 for the need to have a channel for the dissemination of quality research that understands Education as an engine of social transformation.
The objectives of the journal are:
- Collaborate in the dissemination of educational research on Education for Social Justice.
- Encourage the use of research results to improve education systems, schools and classrooms focused on Social Justice.
- Encourage the conduct of quality educational research on Education for Social Justice.
- Collaborate in the debate on current educational research problems and social justice in education.
The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is part of Scopus and its SRJ database since September 2019. In addition, it is indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Google Scholar, Dialnet, ERIH PLUS, CIRC, Latindex, MIAR, OEI Library, Iresie, REDIB, DOAJ, Dulcinea, ZB, REBIUN, Sudoc, WorldCat and Copac.
During 2019 the International Journal of Education for Social Justice has published two issues. The first of them (Vol. 8, No. 1) is monographically dedicated to “Education for Global Citizenship and the SDGs: An Agenda for Social Transformation” and has been coordinated by Manuela Mesa, Co-Director of the DEMOSPAZ Institute and member of the research and teaching team of the UNESCO Chair. 12 items make up the number.
The second issue (Vol. 8, No. 2), published in December 2019, has as a monographic theme “Inclusive Education for Social Justice (I)”, coordinated by Gerardo Echeita, member of the DEMOSPAZ Institute and professor of the Department of Psychology Evolutionary and of the Education of the UAM. In total, a dozen articles on this subject were published, plus two reviews.
It can be accessed from:
- 2019 – Vol 8, No 2 – Inclusive Education for Social Justice (I)
- 2019 – Vol 8, No 1 – Education for Global Citizenship and the SDGs: An Agenda for Social Transformation
- 2018 – Vol 7, No 2 – Creativity and its Revolution for School Improvement and Social Justice
- 2018 – Vol 7, No 1 – Education for Social and Environmental Justice
- 2017 – Vol 6, No 2 – Feminist Education for Social Justice
- 2017 – Vol 6, No 1 – Architecture and Education for Social Justice
- 2016 – Vol 5, No 2 – Teacher Training for Social Justice
- 2016 – Vol 5, No 1 – Democratic Education and for Democracy
- 2015 – Vol 4, No 2 – Critical Pedagogy and Social Justice
- 2015 – Vol 4, No 1 – Contributions of Paulo Freire to Education for Social Justice
- 2014 – Vol 3, No 2 – Educational Leadership for Social Justice
- 2014 – Vol 3, No 1 – Teaching Experimental Sciences and Mathematics for Social Justice
- 2013 – Vol 2, No 2 – Learning-Service and Social Justice
- 2013 – Vol 2, No 1 – Education for Citizenship
- 2011 – Vol 1, No 1
The next expected numbers are:
- 2020 – Vol 9, No 2 – Education, Democracy and Social Justice: Looks from Latin America
- 2021 – Vol 10, No 1 – Knowledge Funds for Social Justice. Family-School Partnerships for Educational Transformation
- 2021 – Vol 10, No 2 – Artist Education for Social Justice
- 2022 – Vol 11, No 1 – Education in Indigenous Context for Social Justice
- 2022 – Vol 11, No 2 – Ecosocial Literacy: Fundamentals, Experiences, and Challenges