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IntechOpen joins Research4Life as a publisher partner -

As part of its journey to democratise knowledge, IntechOpen has joined Research4Life, the public-private partnership that aims to reduce the scientific knowledge gap between industrialised countries and the developing world.

Hinari was founded in 2001 as a partnership between the WHO and six publishers. The four other publishing programs that became part of Research4Life were launched over time, with the most recent, GOALI - Research for Global Justice - launching in March 2018. The partnership’s goal is to help attain the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

IntechOpen fully subscribes to the UN goals and believes that the Open Access paradigm is the only model that provides for the full democratisation of knowledge.

IntechOpen will move about 60,000 articles written by 116,000 authors to Research4Life over the next couple of months. The content can be accessed without any restrictions on all electronic devices - no matter where it is downloaded and read, from Burkina Faso, to Romania or in Silicon Valley.

For IntechOpen and its authors, this means greater visibility and downloads for their published content to researchers, for free, at more than 9,000 institutions in more than 120 low- and middle-income countries.

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