Intellectual property policy

The Horizon Interdisciplinary Journal considers that science is a public good and therefore the research products should be used socially, for the well-being of the world population, therefore, the information published in the magazine is open access without discrediting the copyrights established in the Federal Copyright Law, the Industrial Property Law (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, geographical indication and denomination of origin); as well as the provisions of Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Horizon Interdisciplinary Journal does not require the authors to waive their copyright. Authors can reuse their manuscripts in their future works without requiring the permission of the journal editor, in exchange, they are asked to indicate that the material was previously published either in its entirety or that the version is modified from the published one. originally on the pages of the magazine.

Publications under the editorial seal of the Horizon Interdisciplinary Journal are integrated into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). All open access articles are published under Creative Commons licenses.