Fair Open Access Principles for journals

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That scholarly communication should be “Fair” is an increasingly common concept  for both data and research outputs more widely, including the F.A.I.R. framework which articulates a set of specific principles to enhance the discoverability, use and impact of Australia’s research outputs. Mark Wilson & Alex Holcombe describe another specific use of Fair: the Fair Open Access Principles for journals.
The Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG), June 2017