Publishing in the Global South




academic publications, history, journals, library, Munin, Norway, Open Access, Open Science, scholarly publishing, science, UiT


In this episode, we talk to Samir Hachani, PhD & lecturer at the School of Library Science at the University of Algiers, about the injustice of publications between the Global North and the Global South. We also talk about Journals On Line (JOL) and INASP's effort to create a framework for journal publishing practices and standards for the Global South. The host of this episode is Erik Lieungh.

This episode was first published 26 November 2019.

Author Biographies

Samir Hachani, Algiers University 2

Samir Hachani, PhD, is a lecturer at the School of Library Information, University of Algiers. His main subjects of investigation are Open Access, Global South issues, Digital Divide, Peer Review , Open Peer Review. He has authored and participated in over 30 conferences and papers, and in 2019, he attended the 14th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing with the presentation The Global South and the challenge of assessment.

Erik Lieungh, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Erik Lieungh is a digital adviser at the University Library and the host and editor of Open Science Talk.



How to Cite

Hachani, S., & Lieungh, E. (2020). Publishing in the Global South. Open Science Talk, (22).