The American Journal of Youth and Women Empowerment (AJYWE) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, and open-access journal that publishes articles on the fields of youth and women empowerment. The AJYWE provides a common platform where all aspects of youth and women are presented. The AJYWE endeavors to provide a global platform for the dynamic exchange of ideas and findings from research of various disciplines, inducing youth and their development and women empowerment. The AJYWE reviews papers within the shortest possible time of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.
Aim & Focus The AJYWE aims to publish original research articles and review papers comprising a conceptual framework and empirical research. It further aims to bridge diverse communities of the humanities and social sciences relevant to youth development, engagement, entrepreneurship, women empowerment, socio-economic development, health and education, rights and equality, etc. The journal encourages critical ideas and fresh opinions into new and established fields to generate a dynamic debate in academics and industry. All articles are reviewed quickly and professionally copyedited and checked for similarity (accept only upto 25% plagiarism) to ensure quality and faster publication.
Area of publication The AJYWE covers research articles and review papers across the fields of youth and women, including but not limited to youth development, engagement, youth volunteerism, women empowerment, engagement, socio-economic improvement, education and health, political participation, and other relevant areas.
Frequencies of publication Three issues in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publish online immediately after receiving the final version from the author.