CFP: Poverty’s Causes and Consequences in the Urban Developing World
Deadline for paper proposals: November 30, 2015.
- Environmental issues: climate change, water and sanitation
- Economy: micro-credit, capital, livelihoods, income generation
- Development interventions, education
- Governance, politics, and grassroots activism: housing, rights to the city, dispossession, land rights and land use, informal structures, rights to the city and urban spaces
- Health: transactional sex, HIV /AIDS
- Intersectionality and society: ethnicity, family, kin, gender, women, youth, social cohesion
- Local knowledge and religion
- Technology, infrastructure, media
Proposers of accepted papers will be notified by December 15th, 2015, unless the proposal deadline is extended. Please send your abstract as an e-mail attachment to the following email address: email@example.com
On the basis of paper abstract submissions, we will be grouping some papers together into their own thematic sessions. However, we will also have five Special Sessions already proposed and accepted by the conference organizers. These are:
- Elaine Dorighello Tomás: Poverty Reduction in Brazil
- Bratati Dey: Women and Poverty in Urban India
- Jeremy Gould and Tiina Konttinen: Poverty, Citizenship and a Rightful Share
- Remi Adeyemo: Urban Food Security and Poverty Alleviation
- Sirpa Tenhunen: Neoliberalism and Urban Politics in the Global South
- Ghefari Elsayed, Abdelrahman Eldagum Bakhtan, and Eiman Omer Osman Suliman: Changing Urban Landscapes in East Africa: Violence, Poverty and Coping Strategies
If you are submitting a paper abstract and you would like your paper to be included in one of the above Special Sessions, please tell us which session when you submit your abstract.
The conference organizers cannot sponsor or fund presenters or delegates, who are expected to pay for their travel, food and stay during the conference. There will be no registration fee for the conference.
The conference is organized by the Finnish Academy-funded project “Urban Renewal and Income-Generating Spaces for Youth and Women in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia” led by Prof. Laura Stark, Dept. of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä. Our co-organizer is the Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden.