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Brill content available through INASP thanks to new deal

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Brill and INASP have signed an agreement to make Brill journal content directly available through INASP as part of Brill’s Developing Countries Program. Brill content is already included through EBSCO, but starting in 2014, the journal content will also be offered directly through INASP.

Brill explains that it ‘operates on a global scale and increasingly authors and editors are coming from developing and emerging countries for whom access to peer-reviewed, high-quality academic information is crucial’. The publisher hopes that offering Brill journals through INASP at discounted pricing will widen the distribution of this content and increase the impact of its published research.

The titles available via Brill include key journals in the humanities, social sciences and international and human rights law.

Lucy Browse from INASP commented ‘we are very pleased to welcome Brill to the suite of publishers helping our partners put research at the heart of development. Sustainable access to high-quality research literature remains vital to strengthen the global research cycle.’

Brill’s Developing Countries Program also actively promotes AuthorAID, the global online network that provides support, mentoring, resources and training for researchers in developing countries.