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International Journal on Women Empowerment (IJWE) follows the CC BY 4.0 license (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License). For details, please read the full license legal code. For open-access publishing, IJWE uses a non-exclusive licensing agreement. With respect to open access publishing, the authors retain the copyright along with the primary scholarly usage rights & grant the journal publication and distribution rights. It allows maximum use and exposure of the work, ensuring the provision of due credit to the source. For systematic manipulation, plagiarism, and duplicate/redundant or overlapping publications, the journal follows COPE Guidelines.
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IJWE is a self-financing journal and does not receive funding from any source. The publication processing is solely dependent upon the personal finance of the publisher. As the journal is Open Access, so there are no subscription charges. The content is freely accessible to the readers on the journal website.