The Journal Seventeen (Revista Diecisiete) is the result of a collaboration between Action Against Hunger and the Innovation and Technology for Development Centre (itdUPM). It was created with the aim of contributing to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda through science, research and the dissemination of knowledge.
At a time that requires new models of partnerships and radical collaborations, this scientific journal has the intention of being a vehicle to support the dissemination of interdisciplinary studies and research on the transformation towards sustainability, in its three dimensions: social, environmental and economic. It is, therefore, a medium designed for researchers and authors from any field of knowledge who, committed to change, are developing working methods, research or innovations based on collaboration with other fields that are different and complementary to those of their specialisation.
Since March 2023, Revista Diecisiete is part of the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), an index of scientific, academic and open access (and free) journals from around the world that meet high quality standards such as peer review and editorial quality control.
The sum of knowledge, collaboration and political will constitute The triad for managing major challenges 'COVID-19 and its global impact beyond health', in the new issue of Journal Seventeen, now available
Journal Seventeen, published by itdUPM (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) and Action Against Hunger, presented last week its sixth issue with the title 'Migration and refuge: challenges and opportunities in a world on the move', which addresses the opportunities and challenges of migration governance on the global stage.