IJSI seeks to use its platform and resources to promote social justice and equity, inclusiveness, unity of all races and cultures and fast-track socio-economic development of societies. Thus, authors who desire to publish in our journal are encouraged and required to be sensitive to diversities and sensibilities of individuals, groups, institutions and societies in their use of language. Where the content of a manuscript is adjudged by reviewers and editors to fall below the language requirement of IJSI, such manuscripts will be required to be:

  1. rewritten/readjusted and resubmitted if violation is viewed to be of minimal social impact and adjustable; and
  2. rejected if the level of violation and expected impact is of concern.