Call for Papers: Special Issue on Progress in Reducing Inequalities in Health-Related SDGs

5 June, 2024

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Progress in Reducing Inequalities in Health-Related SDGs in the Post-Pandemic Context

Due date for abstract submission 20 July 2024

Call for papers for a special issue of the International Journal of Equity in Health titled "Progress in Reducing Inequalities in Health-Related SDGs in the Post-Pandemic." This special issue aims to gather research and studies that explore and analyze advances in reducing inequalities in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to health in the post-pandemic context. Researchers and professionals in the field are invited to submit their work to contribute to this important topic.


Please submit long structured of maximum 500 words in a Word document to:<>. Submission must include an introduction/background, objective/aim, methods, findings, and conclusions.

Please include a title and list of co-authors and their affiliations.

Although the final submitted work must be in English, abstracts can be submitted for review in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

After evaluation, selected authors will be invited to submit full articles using the International Journal for Equity in Health online submission system<


Due date for abstract submission 20 July 2024.

Notification of abstract acceptance 30 August 2024.

Due date for full article submission 30 November 2024.

Further information: Progress in reducing inequalities in health-related SDGs in the post-pandemic<

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