Harvest Panels #eadi2020iss
"Social accountability – a promising route to social justice?" convened by Sylvia Bergh (International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands) and Elsbet Lodenstein (KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
"External incursions into distributive politics and social provisioning in developing countries" convened by Charmaine G Ramos (Leiden University, the Netherlands), Andrew Fischer, Ana Lucia Badillo Salgado, Emma Lynn Dadap-Cantal and Benedict Yiyugsah (all from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"Solidarity as key ingredient to influence land rights policies in severely restricted civic space contexts" convened by Saskia van Veen (Oxfam Novib, the Netherlands)
"Climate change mitigation measures, social justice & peace. Is it possible to move from hindering to helping?" convened by Dirk-Jan Koch (Radboud University, the Netherlands)
- "Reducing modern slavery" convened by Wendy Olsen (University of Manchester, UK)
"Between financial dependence and policy autonomy: navigating the external financing of development" convened by Andrew Martin Fischer (Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands) and Miguel A Rivera Quinones (Department of Political Science, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)
"Building solidarity for empowerment and accountability in difficult settings" convened by John Gaventa (Institute of Development Studies, UK)
"Inclusive development, climate change, the SDGs and cocial justice: the problem of stranded resources and assets" convened by Joyeeta Gupta and Barbara Hoogenboom (both from University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
"Solidarity for investment-induced displacement and resettlement" convened by Kei Otsuki and Griet Steel (both from Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
"Production and use of knowledge on governance and development: its role and contribution to struggles for peace, equality and social justice" convened by Liisa Laakso (The Nordic Africa Institute, Sweden) and Gordon Crawford (Coventry University, UK)
"Community development, the decolonial turn and solidarity" convened by Lucius Botes (North-West University, South Africa) and Peter Westoby (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
"Social policy as social ordering in development: critical perspectives" convened by Maria Gabriela Palacio Ludena (Leiden University, the Netherlands), Hayley Jones (LSE, UK), Maria Klara Kuss (UNU-MERIT, the Netherlands) and Andrew Fischer (ISS, the Netherlands)
"Solidarity and the next generation: youth and change in undemocratic regimes" convened by Marjoke Oosterom (Institute of Development Studies, UK) and Lovise Aalen (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway)
"Dealing with politics of affect in peacebuilding and social conflict research" convened by Danijela Majstorovic, Maria Cárdenas (both from Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany) and Andrea Jaramillo (University of Marburg, Germany)
"The political effects of social protection" convened by Markus Loewe (German Development Institute, Germany) and Katja Bender (International Centre for Sustainable Development, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
"Volunteering, solidarity and development", convened by Matt Baillie Smith (Centre for International Development, Northumbria University, UK) and Chris Millora (University of East Anglia, UK)
"Can inclusive business deliver for the poor?" convened by Nicky Pouw (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), Simon Bush (Wageningen University, the Netherlands) and Ellen Mangnus (Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
"Education and social justice in the pluriverse" convened by Paola Minoia, Johanna Hohenthal (both from University of Helsinki, Finland) and Tujia Veintie
"Partnerships or development in EU external relations?" convened by Simon Lightfoot (University of Leeds, UK), Sarah Delputte (Ghent University, Belgium), Jörg Faust (German Institute for Development, Germany), Nadia Molenaers (University of Antwerp, Belgium) and Johanne D. Saltnes (University of Oslo, Norway)
"Transformative methodologies for social justice" convened by Karin Astrid Siegmann, Sanchita Bakshi, Brenda J. Rodríguez Cortés and Chitrakshi Vashisht (all from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"Unfreedom in labor relations: from a politics of rescue towards a politics of solidarity?" convened by Siobhan McGrath (Durham University Geography Department, UK) and Louise Waite (School of Geography, University of Leeds, UK)
"Economic, social and environmental upgrading in Global Value Chains" convened by Stefano Ponte (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) and Aarti Krishnan (University of Manchester and ODI, UK)
"Gender movements and social justice" convened by Stacey Scriver (Centre for Global Women's Studies, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland) and Honor Fagan (Maynooth University, Ireland)
"Rethinking civil society in promoting solidarity and social change in constrained settings" convened by Tiina Kontinen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), Marianne Millstein (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway), Kees Biekart (Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands) and Rosie McGee (Institute of Development Studies, UK)
"The makeshift city" convened by Naomi van Stapele and Joop de Wit (both from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"New digital technologies, sustainable (rural) development and social justice" convened by Oane Visser, Karin Siegmann (both from International Istitute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands) and Sarah Ruth Sippel (Leipzig University, Germany)
"Southern civil society actors and advocacy policies for development" convened by Willem Elbers, Lau Schulpen (both from Radboud University, the Netherlands), Margit van Wessel (Wageningen University, the Netherlands) and Jelmer Kamstra (MoFA of The Netherlands)
"Protracted crisis and the humanitarian-development nexus" convened by Jörg Faust (German Institute for Development Evaluation, Germany) and Nadia Molenaers (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
"Governance in moments where normality and exceptionality meet" convened by Samantha Melis, Dorothea Hilhorst, Isabelle Desportes, Rodrigo Mena and Roanne van Voorst (all from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"The extractive imperative, a global phenomenon?" convened by Lorenzo Pellegrini and Murat Arsel (both from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
21 October 2019: Call for Abstracts launched
15 December 2019: Call for Abstracts closed
31 January 2020: Notification on Abstract acceptance
29 June - 2 July 2020: EADI ISS Conference
How to submit your abstract
You may now submit an abstract for a panel (track):
Please register with Conftool and read the instructions provided carefully.
Once you have registered, you may select a track and submit your abstract.
As final submissions vary, please read carefully what type of submission is expected after the acceptance of your abstract (draft paper, full paper, presentation).
We offer two panel formats:
- Seed panel (SP): Provides a platform to present work in progress and/or innovative ideas and do not necessarily require the submission of a full paper.
- Harvest panel (HP): Provides a space to present completed research and research findings.
The abstract should not be longer than 600 words.