The ESPAnet 2019 Conference in Stockholm 5 -7 September 2019
The conference theme is Social Citizenship, Migration and Conflict – Equality and opportunity in European welfare states .
Information about the Conference at: espanet2019.se
The conference is open to those active in social policy research and welcomes contributions from all relevant disciplines. There will be 28 streams during the conference.
The Conference streams are:
1. Atypical Employment in the Context of Cultural Change and Welfare State Change 2. Migration, welfare and political contestation in the European Space 3. Social Policy and Lone Parent Families: Recognizing Diversity 4. On justice in social policy 5. Reconciling ecological and social citizenship? 6. Comparative Methodology: Causal Inference in Social Policy Analysis 7. Care in times of flexible employment 8. Social inequalities in ageing 9. Family policy, gender and modern work-family dilemmas 10. The Politics of Social Investment in Europe and around the World 11. Social Europe: Welfare policies and European integration 2. Emerging issues for church-state welfare settlements in the current era of populism, identity politics, and economic uncertainty 13. European social policy from non-European Perspectives 14. Migrant and transnational families’ access to formal and informal welfare 15. Social assistance and activation measures: mechanisms and impacts 16. Integrating young people in the labour market, integrating methodologies 17. Street-Level Organizations and the Contested Politics and Practices of Refuge in Europe 18. Social citizenship in the technological era 19. Health, social exclusion, and social policy solutions 20. Reforming pension systems – inequalities in employment, retirement and wellbeing in later life 21. The Politics of Education 22. Immigration and the welfare state 23. The social legitimacy of the welfare state and public opinion: Welfare values and attitudes as drivers and consequences of social policies 24. The financialization of housing 25. Innovative approaches to labour market inclusion 26. Migrant care workers: Patterns of integration and social policies 27. Populism, democracy and social policy 28. Open Stream
The posibility to submit abstracts closed 31 March 2019
Registration will open in May.
All submitted abstracts will be ranked by the stream convenors. The local conference committee will make the final decision. Successful authors will be informed early May 2019.
E-mail address to the local organizers: firstname.lastname@example.org