In moments of social upheaval and reckoning, we look to research to help us understand, reflect, and question how to move forward. We hope this collection encourages you to ask questions, broaden your understanding with new perspectives, and engage with social equity. These articles and book chapters provide historical and geographic context, as well as contemporary insights.
Whether you are a researcher, instructor, student, policymaker, or interested reader, Wiley has provided free access across nine broad research categories, accessible through the navigation bar, to inform your further research and activism.
This updated collection on Medicine – #UnderTheScope highlights the impactful contributions of LGBTQIA+ individuals in medicine and healthcare. In parallel, we delve into the historical healthcare challenges faced by members of the community, emphasising our commitment to raising awareness and advocating for equality.
Join RISE and the Pride@Wiley LGBTQ+ ERG in spotlighting the diverse journeys, achievements, and research outcomes as we strive for inclusive and equitable healthcare for all.
We curated this collection to celebrate and note Black History Month in 2024, but also to recognize Black history year-round. This year's theme of African Americans and the Arts is reflected in our collection update. Different artforms are explored, such as film, music, photography, interior design and arts education, from history through to the present day, giving expression to a varied and multi-faceted resistance.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming our world, and its impact is being felt in all aspects of our lives, from healthcare and education, to research and entertainment. However, AI could also create new threats due to its tremendous and growing capacity for harm when being misused.
RISE is proud to present this special collection examining AI in a variety of settings through a diversity, equity and inclusion lens, with an introduction by Hong Zhao of Wiley’s Intelligence Services Group.
Discover our free access articles and book chapters in the following categories
- Equity Matters in Artificial Intelligence
- NAIDOC 2023 Research Collection
- OA Week: Open for Climate Justice
- Climate Change Conference COP
- Remembering Native American Heritage Month
- Reproductive Health
- United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals: Research that Builds Our Future
- Diversifying Museums
- UK Black History Month
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- US Black History Month
- UK LGBTQ+ History Month
- International Women's Day
- Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
- Celebrating Pride Month