A Radical Geography Community
This notice outlines who we are and how we collect, use and share the information of Antipode’s authors and referees and those applying for Antipode Foundation grants and places at events we organise.
Who we are
Antipode Foundation Ltd is a charity that promotes the advancement of social scientific research, education and scholarship in the field of critical geography. It owns Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, and grants an exclusive right to publish it to John Wiley & Sons Limited.
The Foundation’s principal charitable activity and source of income is the production of Antipode; surpluses generated are either [i] distributed in the form of grants made to universities and similar institutions to support conferences, workshops and seminar series or collaborations between academics and non-academic activists, or [ii] used to arrange and fund summer schools and other meetings, public lectures, and the translation of academic publications.
How we collect, use and share your information
We take the privacy of your information seriously.
The information you provide to us when applying for a Scholar-Activist Project Award, an International Workshop Award, or a place at an Institute for the Geographies of Justice (including name, email address, position and department/institution address, project/workshop proposals and budgets, and education and employment history and plans) will be used by Antipode Foundation Ltd’s Trustees and Antipode’s Editors for the assessment of applications only. We may also collect information from publicly accessible departmental/institutional websites.
When submitting an application for an Award or Institute, you will be asked to read and acknowledge this privacy notice.
The information you provide to us through Clarivate Analytics’ Antipode ScholarOne Manuscripts site (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/anti) as an author and/or referee (including name, email address, position and department/institution address, research interests and author/referee activity) will be used by Antipode’s Editors and Antipode Foundation Ltd’s Trustees for the review and publication of papers only. We may also collect information from publicly accessible departmental/institutional websites.
Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager and Editors and the Antipode Foundation’s Secretary and Trustees will use your personal information in the following ways:
Award and Institute applicants’ data will be used to enable them to be contacted by the Antipode Foundation’s Secretary and Trustees and to enable the Trustees to assess their application;
authors’ data will be used to enable them to be contacted by Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager and Editors and to enable the Editors to make a decision on their manuscript; and
referees’ data will be used to enable them to be contacted by Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager and Editors and to enable the Editors to assign manuscripts to them for review.
Your information will not be shared by Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager and Editors and the Antipode Foundation’s Secretary and Trustees with third parties (with the exception of our publisher, John Wiley & Sons Limited), used for marketing purposes, or used in any other way, except where required by law. It will be stored indefinitely unless a request for it to be removed or updated/corrected/completed by users has been received from you by Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager/the Antipode Foundation’s Secretary (Andy Kent: email@example.com).
We have measures in place to ensure that your personal information is secure at all times: all author and referee accounts on https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/anti are password protected and can be edited only by you, Antipode’s Editorial Office Manager, and Clarivate Analytics; and password, antivirus and firewall protections controlled by the Antipode Foundation’s Secretary ensure the security of all Award and Institute applications. You have the right to request a copy of the information we hold about you by contacting Andy Kent (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This policy was last updated on 1 May 2018.