Call for Abstracts| Conference on ‘Changing Contours of Discrimination Discourse’ by Think Tank

The Global Research Network

The Think Tank on Human Rights, Family & Gender at the Global Research Network (GRN), is organizing an international conference on ‘Changing Contours of Discrimination Discourse’ to be held online on 21 October 2021.

About the GRN

The Global Research Network (GRN) was launched in 2019 to support emerging and independent academics around the world. The only organisation of its kind, the GRN is an active, online meeting place for early career faculty, researchers, independent scholars and doctoral students interested in exploring new approaches to real world problems.

About the Think Tank

The Think Tank on Human Rights, Family and Gender seeks to highlight the complexities of Human Rights from interdisciplinary perspectives that recognize the interconnectivity of global issues surrounding family and gender.

The agenda-setting, 2021 international conference, Changing Contours of Discrimination Discourse, will gather researchers and individuals working in the field of Human Rights, Family and Gender, to critically explore the vital issues affecting us in an increasingly interconnected world.

About the Conference

We invite graduate/post-graduate students, early career researchers, established academics, independent researchers and practitioners from across the disciplinary spectrum to submit abstracts for 15-min presentations. Topics which presenters may like to explore include, but are not limited to:

· Gender inequality and discrimination

· Affirmative action and equality of opportunity

· Social justice in the developing world

· Identity based violence

· Covid-19, social stigma and discrimination

Abstracts of no more than 300 words and a short bio of 50 words should be sent to [email protected] by 09 September 2021. Selected presenters will be notified by 30 September 2021.


For any queries please contact: [email protected]

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