The International Journal of Global Community is a non-profit, open access, and blind peer-reviewed journal, that publishes the critical study about social sciences, such as humanitysocial justiceanthropologycommunication, and culture. Committed to the quality of knowledge production and dissemination. Three issues (editions) per year: March, July, and November. 

Free of charges. Free to download and free to publish.

The journal invites minimum 5000 words original submissions. Authors are asked to read the guidelines and agree to the ethics statement before submission. Turn around peer review time is usually 4 – 6 weeks.

The Riksawan Institute ( is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering communities through education and advocacy programs. The institute is established independently and provides an opportunity for all parties who wish to contribute to our programs, both within the framework of improving the capacity of science, accessibility and the people’s economy.

The programs are designed in the form of seminars, training, book and scientific journals publishing, and community assistance. Contributions can be given in the form of active participation in any activities, program cooperation and grants of the budget without certain preconditions. This institution is not affiliated with any political, ideological, organizational, or other interests other than the purpose of this institution.

This institution is incorporated as a legal entity established by Notary’s Letter and has been registered officially to the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia. 


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