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Content-Type is looking for a variety of content that includes, but is not limited to, semi-academic op-eds, short essays, interviews, event and literature reviews, research summaries and abstracts, and any other relevant content. Uninvited submissions are welcome, though publication is not guaranteed and revisions may be requested. Acceptance of articles is based on quality and relevance. The views expressed on this site are those of the individual author/s and do not represent the views of, its editors, or the institutions/organization to which the authors or editors are affiliated.


General guidelines for submitting posts to are:
  1. Article length to be between 500 and 1000 words (with exceptions),
  2. Attributed to individual/s, not an organisation/s or anonymous author/s,
  3. Include a small biography (less than 50 words) and a personal photo if desired,
  4. Include a photo or image to accompany submission where possible (you must hold the rights to any photos you submit),
  5. We may edit your post and will send you a revised post if the changes are major,
  6. You must declare any organizational affiliations, material that was used as the basis for your article if it is highly derivative, and funding received,
  7. All articles and photos accepted for publication will be published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License,
  8. Submissions should be sent to the site editors: dzalekaconnect[at]

We are open to all suggestions and would love to hear from you.

For all submissions or queries, please email dzalekaconnect[at]


Comments are welcome on all of our posts, however, all comments are moderated. Personal attacks or abusive comments will not be published. Criticism of organizations as against individuals is welcome if it serves a justifiable purpose. It should not be gratuitous, but well-founded, based either on experience or argument. We welcome robust debate but avoid sweeping, unfounded attacks. While we like to publish as many comments as possible, we may hold back comments which contain harsh criticism with no attempt at all to give that criticism a justified base. Commenters who have affiliations that readers should be aware of, or conflicts of interest, must declare them. Commenters need to identify themselves by their full names unless there are good reasons for not doing so.

Last updated: 12 July 2021