We welcome blog posts, news items and event announcements which contribute to the site mission.

General submission & publication policy

Please be aware of the following:

  • All blog posts / news items / event announcements must be submitted through an on-line form (see buttons below). At the moment this can be done in two languages: Dutch and English.
  • If you have your content available in both languages, please submit the English version through the form and  send us the Dutch translation at contentmanager@moralmarkets.org.
  • The site’s editorial team reviews all submissions. We may suggest editorial changes as a condition for publication.
  • We may reject a submission without further explanation if (a) it does not meet our quality standards or (b) does not sufficiently fit with the focus of the site.
  • Copyright remains with the submitting person/organization.

Before making your first contribution: please consult the tabs below for extra info per submission type .

Two ways to contribute

Each item will include a clear mention (with link) to the submitting person / organisation. There are two ways in which items can appear on our site:

  1. The item in question is fully published on the Moral Markets site;
  2. The Moral Markets site refers to it as an external item (i.e. clicking the item’s title takes the visitor to an external webpage opening in a new browser tab).

Reasons to publish directly on Moral Markets

Over time – Moral Markets was launched in April 2017 – we hope to establish a growing network of people and organisations publishing relevant, high-quality content directly on our site. Our preference is thus for the first option and therefore:

  • Publishing directly on our site increases your chances that your contribution is accepted
  • Authors/organisations who regularly publish on our site have the opportunity to be included in our contributor directory

Submission forms

Background info per submission type

For blog posts we currently distinguish the following categories:

For events we currently distinguish the following target groups:

  • Students
  • Researchers
  • Policy makers / professionals
  • Public at large

Of course an event may have more than one target group.

For news items we currently distinguish the following categories:

For blog posts we currently distinguish the following categories:

For events we currently distinguish the following target groups:

  • Students
  • Researchers
  • Policy makers / professionals
  • Public at large

Of course an event may have more than one target group.

For news items we currently distinguish the following categories:

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