HP118 - 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)

While gender justice is a critical component of equitable development, peace and justice it is often overlooked or underplayed within movements focused on social justice in development contexts. In this panel we seek to deepen understanding of the role of gender movements, and gender in movements (including gender solidarity), working towards peaceful, equitable and just communities and societies. We welcome papers that engage with the issues of gender justice and social movements through a variety of perspectives and approaches. Contributions from early career researchers, established academics, and practitioners, including empirically and theoretically-based draft papers, are all welcomed.

Final submission type: draft papers

EADI Working Group: Gender Justice

Call for Abstracts

You may now submit an abstract for a panel.

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.

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