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  • Are included in the open call for abstracts (opens in October 2022)
  • Provide a platform to present work in progress and/or innovative ideas
  • Do not necessarily require the submission of a full paper
  • Constructive feedback to applicants after submissions of papers is expected, as well as during the session

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SP01 - Ending Violence Against Women: Between Uneven Rhythms and Seismic Social Change

SP02 - Mining Governance and Green Energy Transitions: Developmental Implications for the Global South

SP03 - Radical alternatives or ambivalent engagements? Development understandings from the Global South

SP04 - Inequality dynamics in Portuguese-speaking developing countries

SP05 - Inequality in crisis - Perspectives from Latin America

SP06 - Democracy and its challenges in Africa: old problems, new perspectives?

SP07 - Housing as commons: Sites of struggle and possibility

SP08 - The Future of Development and Global Education – Lessons from the Past

SP09 - Children and young people’s well-being

SP10 - Contested pathways of development: crisis, social fragmentation, and sustainability in an interdependent world

SP11 - Frugal Innovation and Digitalisation

SP12 - Twenty-First Century Countermovements and New Rhythms of Capitalist Development

SP 13 - A value discussion as starting point for trans-and interdisciplinary cooperation

SP14 - Civil Wars, Local Conflicts and Forced Displacement: causes, consequences and responses

SP15 - European crisis response: the role of citizen initiatives

SP17 - Climate change and the restructuring of agricultural value chains in the Global South

SP18 - Exploring Grassroots NGO Ecosystems: Support Structures, Networks, and Practices

SP19 - New rhythms of development – or “Déjà vu all over again, again”?

SP20 - Global value chains, multinational corporations and development

SP21 - What Is a “Development” Research Project? Transforming Ideas of Development through Development Research

SP22 - Sustainable Security Sector Transformation in Insecure Times

SP23 - Multi-modal explorations of 'the good life' from the margins of mobilities

SP24 - Energy in Times of Unprecedented Challenges: Rethinking Off-grid Solar Technologies in the Global South

SP25 - Overcoming forced displacement and envisaging translocal development. Revisiting durable solutions and approaches towards global refugee crises

SP26 - Capacity Building for Sustainable Development – foundations, significance and prospects of a concept in its thirties

SP27 - Everyday rhythms of voluntary labour for change: beyond ‘volunteering for development’

SP28 - Mind the gap(s)? Political economy of feminist knowledge production in women, gender and development studies across global south/north divides

SP29 - Development: Towards ‘Oneness’ in thought and ‘Mindfulness’ in action

SP30 - Rural/urban space in sub-Saharan Africa and the dynamics of climate change

SP31 - Gender, Violence, and Leadership

SP32 - New rhythms of development at community level: Ideas to achieve & scale-up climate resilience & transformational change

SP33 - Rethinking Knowledge for Development in the 21st Century: Actors, Tools and Processes

SP34 - New food policy for sustainable food systems

SP35 - Heatwaves and urban resilience: citizen, government, and private sector responses

SP36 - Transnational Lived Citizenship and the Rhythms of Development: The multiple performances of diaspora within and across borders

SP37 - Decolonising global development: What does it mean to work with marginalised communities in neoliberal academia?

SP38 - New rhythms from below: Disentangling civic agency for development