Human Rights Research Students' Conference
Thursday 9th November 2017
Senate Room, Main Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ
Call for Papers
This Postgraduate Research Students’ Conference is a conference series aimed at students working within the broad interdisciplinary field of human rights and social justice. The conference aims to stimulate research on contemporary human rights issues, problems, challenges and policies, and to facilitate the dissemination of such research. We are particularly interested in inviting papers which go beyond disciplinary boundaries to embrace interdisciplinary perspectives on human rights themes.
We encourage submissions on the following themes, as well as submissions of a general nature:
Human rights amid the rising nationalism and backlash against multilateralism
- Human rights in conflict and post-conflict settings
- International human rights instruments and social movements
- Epistemological, ethical and methodological challenges in conducting human rights research in the global South(s)
We welcome papers from many (and multiple) disciplines including Sociology, Criminology, Anthropology, International Relations, Law, Environmental Justice, Politics, Migration Studies, Philosophy, Economics, Peace and Conflict Studies, Development Studies, History and the study of social movements. Presenters will be asked to speak for 15 minutes on their research and work to date. We welcome participation from students at any stage of their postgraduate research studies. Presenters will present their research in panels to be chaired by senior academics who will also serve as discussants.
How to apply:
Please send abstracts of up to 350 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25 September 2017.
Registration and fees:
Registration is now open.
All levels of study and areas of interest are welcome to attend. The registration fees are:
Students, retired and unwaged: £10
Standard registration: £15