EADi Blog by Alba Castellsagué and Sally Matthews
How can migration contribute to sustainable development in mountains? Mountain Research and Development invites systematic assessments of innovative interventions or action research, empirical studies and meta-analyses on migration trends, their implications, and resulting opportunities, as well as review-based agendas for future research, policies, or action. Notices of intent are due by 15 January 2023, full papers by 1 April 2023.
The K2A Online Academy aims to understand what sustainable development means and how to contribute to its advancement in the landscape across South Asia, especially in the post-pandemic context.Image: PC: Unsplash
The 9th European Conference on African Studies has launched its call for paper proposals. The calls will close on 9 January 2023.
The call for abstracts for the upcoming EADI conference "Towards New Rhythms of Development" in Lisbon is now online. You can choose between 36 seed panels and 16 harvest panels. The planned roundtable and workshop sessions are not included in the call. Seed panels provide a platform to present work in progress and/or innovative ideas and do not necessarily require the submission of a full paper. Harvest panels provide a space to present completed research and research findings. Submit by 18 December 2022.