Seed Panels #eadi2020iss
"Emotionally engaged: reflecting upon researchers’ positionality" convened by An Ansoms (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
"How to conceptualize and map the INVISIBLE to inform solidarity, peace and justice aspirations?" convened by Diana Reckien, Javier Martinez, Sandeep Menon and Karin Pfeffer (all from University of Twente, the Netherlands)
"Social inclusion of rural-urban migrants in South-East Asia" convened by Edward Lahiff (University College Cork, Ireland)
"Small- versus big-holders: a debate on rural development trajectories for the Global South" convened by Maarten Bavinck (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
"Codes of ethics for representing global poverty and development" convened by John Cameron (Dalhousie University, Canada)
"Challenging and challenges of development, solidarity and social justice" convened by June Fylkesnes, Hanne Haaland, Hege Wallevik and Arnhild Leer-Helgesen (all from University of Agder, Norway)
"Livelihoods in transformation: social justice in agrarian contexts" convened by Katarzyna Cieslik, Shashi Ratnaker Singh and Shreya Sinha (all from University of Cambridge, UK)
"Rethinking development: creative responses to economic injustice in developing economies" convened by Kelly Dye (Acadia University, Canada) and Bruce Dye (Crest Business Development Ltd.)
"Critically examining frugal innovation", convened by Peter Knorringa and Elsie Onsongo (both from the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"Climate-resilient development and social justice: squaring the circle?" convened by Edith Kuerzinger (PREMAnet e.V., Germany), Darley Kjosavik (Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway) and Stefano Moncada (University of Malta, Malta)
"Making solidarity sexy, funny, and cool? Challenges of framing interventions and engaging the public in development and humanitarianism" convened by Lisa Ann Richey (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)
"Sustainable business models for peace, social justice and solidarity" convened by Luis Mah (CESA-ISEG-Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal) and Farwa Sial (University of Manchester, UK)
"Building social justice and solidarity through the politics of urban social transformation" convened by Marianne Millstein (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway), Tom Goodfellow (University of Sheffield, UK), Berit Aasen (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway) and Catherine Sutherland (University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa)
"Migrant struggles for social justice" convened by Maria del Carmen Villarreal Villamar (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Brazil), Enara Echart Muñoz (UNIRIO, Brazil) and Marta Carballo de la Riva (Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Spain)
"Views on the EU as a development actor in conversation with postdevelopment" convened by Nathan Vandeputte (Ghent University, Belgium), Julia Schöneberg (Kassel University, Germany) and Sarah Delputte (Ghent University, Belgium)
"Rethinking inequalities in the era of growth limits and social injustice" convened by Rogelio Madrueño Aguilar (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany), José María Larrú (Universidad San Pablo CEU Madrid, Spain) and David Castells-Quintana (Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)
"Ethical and practical challenges of participatory development research" convened by Sonja Marzi (The London School of Economics and Political Science, UK) and Elisabet Rasch (Wageningen University, the Netherlands)
"Blue economy: just transitions and sustainability incorporated?" convened by Johan Spamer (the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands), Renata Cavalcanti Muniz (ISS, the Netherlands) and Judith van Leeuwen (Wageningen University, the Netherlands)
"Developing countries and the future of the multilateral order" convened by Wil Hout (the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands)
"Sexuality and Development" convened by Brenda Rodriguez Cortes (ISS) and Chitrakshi Vashisht (ISS)
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.