Our goal for quality education for all
We believe in quality education for everyone, everywhere and by highlighting the issue and working with experts in the field, we can start to find ways we can all be part of the solution.
Our goal is to help researchers to share their work, and partner to find ways to break down the divides so there is equal opportunity to access quality education and participate in higher education, training and work, with a voice that is heard. We believe everyone should have a chance to be the best they can be regardless of where they started.
Sharon Parkinson, Publishing Development Manager, quality education for all.
If you're an author, researcher, or someone who cares as much as we do about education and lifelong learning, we would love to work with you and help your research to contribute to quality education for all. Get in touch.
The Pinkaiti Partnership: A Case Study of Transnational Research and Education in the Brazilian Amazon
The 2022 winner of the Emerald and HETL Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards is Matthew Aruch, who researched the Pinkaiti partnership.
We have collated a range of resources into themes relating to the UN SDG goals.
Related journal articles
A selection of our quality education for all articles.
Calls for papers
Browse the latest calls for papers in the area of quality education for all.
Below is a small selection of our quality education for all titles. You can browse all related titles on the Emerald Bookstore, including access to free sample chapters. We have also selected a sample of eBooks that you will be able to read if your institution has access.
Opinion & blogs
We welcome contributions from academics, policymakers and professionals about key issues in their area of work. If you have a blog you would like to share, let us know.
Race, higher education and special educational needs and disabilities: a critical and intersectional approach
Building a more sustainable world through holistic learning and teaching experience in a comprehensive university in Hong Kong
Restructuring universities, EDI and conformity: a view from comparative distance
Facilitating undergraduate research methods learning and teaching among political science students
Challenges involved in early years teaching provision in the UK
Interview: Transnational collaboration for quality education: Sino-UK partnerships
News & press
Below we have a collection of news articles centred around aspects of quality education for all.
Emerald Publishing’s three-year open access agreement with SANLiC Consortium proving a successful model
UPDATE: Emerald partners with Knowledge Unlatched to create an open access business management and economics eBooks collection aligned to the UN's SDGs
17 Books: Webinar series launches to discuss the role of higher education in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in dialogue with youth voices
Emerald partners with Knowledge Unlatched to create an open access business management and economics eBooks collection aligned to the UN’s SDGs
Emerald Publishing shortlisted for the Independent Publishers Guild Alison Morrison Diversity Award for second year
Sally Wilson, Publishing Director, talks about 'change fatigue' amidst a need for other publication metrics
Your publishing development team
I’m the Quality Education for All Publishing development manager. I am the contact for the Emerald Open Research ‘Education and Learning’ gateway and also have responsibility for working closely with the educational research community to explore and deliver innovative open publishing routes.
Prof Mok – Goal advisor
Prof Mok has extensively contributed to the field of social change and education policy, and has a strong leadership and entrepreneurial approach to the organisation of the field. Prof Mok values the importance of the SDGs and is an advocate for achieving real impact. He is based at Lingnan University in Hong Kong, ranked 3rd in THE impact rankings for education.
We proudly partner with trusted organisations where shared values can help further our goal to break down educational divides.
The Jacobs Foundation
What happens in children’s and young people’s brains when they learn? What does the ideal learning and development environment for each individual look like?
The Jacobs Foundation and its large network have long been seeking answers to these questions, aware that the resulting findings must be shared, debated, and translated into action.
BOLD is an initiative dedicated to spreading the word about how children and young people develop and learn. Designed as a digital platform for the exchange of ideas and opinions, BOLD encourages any contributions suitable for fostering and advancing the discussion.