Conference Agenda

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Date: Thursday, 01/July/2021
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Dudley Seers Lecture by Rohini Pande (Yale University)

Since 2008, the Dudley Seers Lecture has been an inherent part of the EADI General Conferences. Remembering one of the founding members and the first EADI president, this lecture allows a renowned speaker to formally set the tone for the debates at and around the conference.

Mapping Power and Inequality: Institutions and Individuals

Today, the majority of the world’s extreme poor live in lower middle-income countries. In these countries, the persistence of poverty increasingly reflects unequal access to economic opportunities and low levels of redistribution. Within these countries, poverty is increasingly concentrated in rural communities and among ethnic minorities. And, within households, women and girls often receive a lower share of economic resources. This persists even though most of these countries are electoral democracies with universal suffrage. In this talk, Rohini Pande will explore how institutional form impacts the well-being of the poor and vulnerable when patterns of economic growth do not directly provide these groups adequate economic resources. She will focus on two institutions – the family and the state.

Date: Friday, 02/July/2021
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Technical information session
Chair: Dr. Kees Biekart, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
Chair: Sushrutha Vemuri, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
2:00pm
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4:00pm
"From Abstract To Vlog" : A Pre-Conference Workshop
Chair: Dr. Emanuele Fantini, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Adinda Ceelen, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
Chair: Roland Postma, Moviorola, Netherlands, The
Chair: Juliette Cortes, IHE Delft, Netherlands, The
Date: Monday, 05/July/2021
12:30pm
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1:30pm
17th Development Dialogue (ISS PhD Conference) - "Engaged Scholarship for Development: Building Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice"
Europe Network Sessions
Chair: Susanne von Itter, European Association of Development Research Institutes EADI, Germany
Chair: Prof. Wil Hout, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
Technical Assistance Room - 11am-5pm
 
1:45pm
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2:00pm
Break
2:00pm
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3:15pm
EADI-ISS Opening Plenary: Global Solidarity and Covid-19

Inge Hutter – ISS Rector; Professor of Participatory and Qualitative Research in Population and Development (The Netherlands)

Henning Melber - EADI President (Sweden)

Kees Biekart (chair) – EADI/ISS (The Netherlands)

Panellists:

Sreerekha Sathi - Assistant Professor of Gender and Political Economy, International Institute of Social Studies

Patricia Mendonça - Associate Professor of Public Policy, Escola de Artes, Ciências e Humanidades (EACH), Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil)

Danny Sriskandarajah - CEO of Oxfam GB (United Kingdom)

Melissa Leach - Director of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex (United Kingdom)

3:15pm
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3:30pm
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4:45pm
1-HP002: Tackling Child Labour in the Global South
Chair: Dr. Pedro Goulart, CAPP, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Chair: Dr. Nina Schneider, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Germany
1-HP091: Volunteering, Solidarity and Development
Chair: Prof. Matt Baillie Smith, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Chair: Chris Millora, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
1-RT041: The Legal Mobilization Project: Analyzing Law-Based Advocacy
Chair: Dr. Jeff Handmaker, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
1-RTB47: Transformative Education for a Just and Sustainable Future
Chair: Patricija Virtic, SLOGA, Slovenia, Slovenia
Chair: Dr. Talia Vela-Eiden, EADI/Bridge 47, Germany
1-SP001: Water Governance and the Rise of Global Hydro-hubs as Developmental Actors
Chair: Dr. Farhad Mukhtarov, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Corinne Ong, NUS, Singapore
Chair: Prof. Des Gasper, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
1-SP063: Rethinking Development: Creative Responses to Economic Injustice in Developing Economies
Chair: Dr. Kelly Elizabeth Dye, Acadia University, Canada
Chair: Dr. Bruce Grant Dye, Crest Business Development Ltd., Canada
1-SP088: Building Social Justice and Solidarity through the Politics of Urban Social Transformation
Chair: Dr. Marianne Millstein, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
Chair: Berit Aasen, NIBR, OsloMet, Norway
Chair: Dr. Tom Goodfellow, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Catherine Sutherland, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, South Africa
1-SP145: Sexuality and Development
Chair: Brenda Rodríguez, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Chitrakshi Vashisht, International Institute of Social Studies the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Silke Heumann, EUR, Netherlands, The
4:45pm
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5:00pm
Break
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Book Launch Session
Butterfly Bar 1
Coffee Corner Session 1
 
Date: Tuesday, 06/July/2021
8:00am
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9:00am
17th Development Dialogue (ISS PhD Conference) - "Engaged Scholarship for Development: Building Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice"
East Asia/Pacific Network Session
Chair: Prof. Petra Dannecker, University of Vienna, Austria, Austria
Chair: Dr. Roy Huijsmans, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Technical Assistance Room - 8am-5pm
 
9:00am
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9:30am
Break
9:30am
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10:30am
Central and South Asia Network Session
Chair: Dr. Isa Baud, University of Amsterdam (retired), Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Arpita Bisht, International Institute of Social Studies/Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
10:30am
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11:00am
Break
11:00am
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12:15pm
2-HP036 - 1/2: Reducing Modern Slavery - 1/2
Chair: Prof. Wendy Kay Olsen, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Chair: Prof. Jamie Anthony Morgan, Leeds Beckett, United Kingdom
2-HP075 - 1/2: Production and Use of Knowledge on Governance and Development: Its Role and Contribution to Struggles for Peace, Equality and Social Justice - 1/2
Chair: Prof. Liisa Laakso, Nordic Africa Institute, Sweden
Chair: Prof. Gordon Crawford, Coventry University, United Kingdom
2-HP086: Solidarity and the Next Generation: Youth and Change in Undemocratic Regimes
Chair: Dr. Marjoke Oosterom, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Lovise Aalen, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway
2-HP128: Southern Civil Society Actors and Advocacy Policies for Development
Chair: Willem Elbers, Radboud university, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Lau Schulpen, Radboud University, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Margit van Wessel, Wageningen University, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Jelmer Kamstra, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
2-RT027: Whose Renaissance? Ways of Seeing Water and Dams in Ethiopia
Chair: Dr. Emanuele Fantini, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
2-RT044: Safety and Security for University Staff, Students and Research Participants
Chair: Prof. Thea Hilhorst, ISS/EUR, Netherlands, The
Chair: Linda Johnson, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Rodrigo Mena, Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
2-RT115: Author Meets Critics: "Business, Power and Sustainability in a World of Global Value Chains"
Chair: Prof. Stefano Ponte, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
2-SP081: Sustainable Business Models for Peace, Social Justice and Solidarity
Chair: Dr. Luis Mah, CESA-ISEG-Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Chair: Dr. Farwa Sial, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
2-SP098: Views on the EU as a Development Actor in Conversation with Postdevelopment
Chair: Nathan Vandeputte, Universiteit Gent, Belgium
Chair: Prof. Sarah Delputte, Ghent University, Belgium
Chair: Dr. Julia Schöneberg, University of Kassel, Germany
2-WS042: Practising Feminist Political Ecology: Building Knowledge Communities
Chair: Prof. Wendy Harcourt, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Lyla Mehta, Institute of Development studies, United Kingdom
Chair: Prof. Margreet Zwarteveen, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Irene Leonardelli, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, Netherlands, The
2-WS055: From theory to practice: Improving transnational and transdisciplinary cooperation through reflecting on implicit values and power structures
Chair: Dr. Johanna Vogel, German Development Institute, Germany, Germany
Chair: Dr. Anna Schwachula, German Development Institute, Germany, Germany
Chair: Dr. Tatjana Reiber, German Development Institute, Germany, Germany
 
12:15pm
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12:30pm
Break
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Africa Network Sessions
Chair: Prof. Katja Bender, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Chair: Dr. Carl Jonas Ewald, Linneaus University, Sweden
Chair: Prof. Peter Knorringa, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
Digital Campaign: Solidarity for Myanmar through Art
Meet and Greet - ISS Alumni (1/2)
 
1:30pm
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2:00pm
Break
2:00pm
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3:15pm
3-HP001: Multidimensional Impacts of COVID-19 on Poverty and Wellbeing
Chair: Dr. Keetie Roelen, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Suman Seth, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
3-HP036 - 2/2: Reducing Modern Slavery - 2/2
Chair: Prof. Wendy Kay Olsen, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Chair: Prof. Jamie Anthony Morgan, Leeds Beckett, United Kingdom
3-HP050 - 1/2: Building Solidarity for Empowerment and Accountability in Difficult Settings - 1/2
Chair: Prof. John Gaventa, IDS, United Kingdom
3-HP075 - 2/2: Production and Use of Knowledge on Governance and Development: Its Role and Contribution to Struggles for Peace, Equality and Social Justice - 2/2
Chair: Prof. Liisa Laakso, Nordic Africa Institute, Sweden
Chair: Prof. Gordon Crawford, Coventry University, United Kingdom
3-HP085 - 1/2: Social Policy as Social Ordering in Development: Critical Perspectives - 1/2
Chair: Dr. María Gabriela Palacio Ludeña, Leiden University, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Hayley Amanda Jones, University College London, UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Maria Klara Kuss, UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, Puerto Rico (U.S.)
Chair: Dr. Andrew Martin Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (The Hague), Netherlands, The
3-HP100 - 1/2: Education and Social Justice in the Pluriverse - 1/2
Chair: Dr. Paola Minoia, University of Helsinki, Finland
Chair: Dr. Johanna Maaria Hohenthal, University of Helsinki, Finland
Chair: Dr. Tuija Marita Veintie, University of Helsinki, Finland
3-HP108: Partnerships or Development in EU External Relations?
Chair: Prof. Simon Lightfoot, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Chair: Prof. Sarah Delputte, Ghent University, Belgium
Chair: Prof. Jörg Faust, DEval, Germany
Chair: Prof. Nadia Molenaers, Univeristy of Antwerpn, Belgium
3-HP112: Transformative Methodologies for Social Justice
Chair: Dr. Karin Astrid Siegmann, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), Netherlands, The
Chair: Sanchita Bakshi, Erasmus University Roterdam, Netherlands, The
Chair: Brenda Rodríguez, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Chitrakshi Vashisht, International Institute of Social Studies the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
3-HP116: Economic, Social and Environmental Upgrading in Global Value Chains
Chair: Prof. Stefano Ponte, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Chair: Dr. Aarti Krishnan, University of Manchester, UK, United Kingdom
3-HP140: The Extractive Imperative, a Global Phenomenon?
Chair: Dr. Lorenzo Pellegrini, ISS Erasmus University, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Murat Arsel, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
3-RT017: Building Solidarity with Young Social Justice Activists
Chair: Dr. Kristen Cheney, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
3-RT134: Water, Food and Social Justice
Chair: Prof. Lyla Mehta, Institute of Development studies, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Deepa Joshi, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
3-SP002 - 1/2: Emotionally Engaged: Reflecting Upon Researchers’ Positionality - 1/2
Chair: Prof. An Ansoms, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Meet the Publisher - Palgrave Journals
3:15pm
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3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
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4:45pm
4-HP050 - 2/2: Building Solidarity for Empowerment and Accountability in Difficult Settings - 2/2
Chair: Colin Anderson, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom
4-HP085 - 2/2: Social Policy as Social Ordering in Development: Critical Perspectives - 2/2
Chair: Dr. María Gabriela Palacio Ludeña, Leiden University, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Hayley Amanda Jones, University College London, UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Maria Klara Kuss, UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, Puerto Rico (U.S.)
Chair: Dr. Andrew Martin Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (The Hague), Netherlands, The
4-HP097: Can Inclusive Business Deliver for the Poor?
Chair: Dr. Nicky Pouw, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
4-HP100 - 2/2: Education and Social Justice in the Pluriverse - 2/2
Chair: Dr. Paola Minoia, University of Helsinki, Finland
Chair: Dr. Johanna Maaria Hohenthal, University of Helsinki, Finland
Chair: Dr. Tuija Marita Veintie, University of Helsinki, Finland
4-RT001: Interrogating the Relational Ontological Turn in Development Studies
Chair: Dr. Andrew Newsham, SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom
4-RT051: Inclusive Development and Social Justice: Challenges and Opportunities in Water Governance
Chair: Prof. Joyeeta Gupta, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Klaas Schwartz, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
4-RT066: Policy Perspectives on Frugal Innovation
Chair: Prof. Peter Knorringa, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
4-RT074: Can Global Norms of Gender Equality Create Social Justice?
Chair: Dr. Lars Engberg-Pedersen, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark
Chair: Adam Fejerskov, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark, Denmark
4-SP002 - 2/2: Emotionally Engaged: Reflecting Upon Researchers’ Positionality - 2/2
Chair: Prof. An Ansoms, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
4-SP021: How to Conceptualize and Map the INVISIBLE to Inform Solidarity, Peace and Justice Aspirations?
Chair: Dr. Diana Reckien, University of Twente, the Netherlands, Germany
Chair: Dr. Javier Martinez, University of Twente, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Sandeep Balagangadharan Menon, KRVIA Mumbai, India
Chair: Prof. Karin Pfeffer, University of Twente, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Christine Richter, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW, Germany, Germany
4-SP089: Migrant Struggles for Social Justice
Chair: Prof. Maria del Carmen Villarreal Villamar, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Brazil
Chair: Dr. Enara Echart Muñoz, Unirio, Brazil
Chair: Marta Carballo de la Riva, UCM, Switzerland
4-SP132: Developing Countries and the Future of the Multilateral Order
Chair: Prof. Wil Hout, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
4-WS018: Children as Experts: The Healthy Relationships Model for Youth-Led Research and Advocacy
Chair: Dr. Kristen Cheney, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
 
4:45pm
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5:00pm
Break
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Butterfly Bar 2
Coffee Corner Session 2
6:00pm
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6:30pm
Break
6:30pm
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7:30pm
Latin America Network Sessions
Chair: Dr. Antonio Sianes, Universidad Loyola Andalucia, Spain
Chair: Dr. Kees Biekart, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Pedro Goulart, CAPP, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Date: Wednesday, 07/July/2021
  Technical Assistance Room
9:00am
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10:15am
Plenary: Questioning Development – Towards Solidarity, Decoloniality, Conviviality

Chair: Uma Kothari – Professor of Migration and Postcolonial Studies, Global Development Institute, Manchester University (United Kingdom)

Panellists:

Yvonne Underhill-Sem – Associate Professor, Pacific Studies, Te Wānanga o Waipapa, School of Maori Studies and Pacific Studies in the Faculty of Arts, University of Auckland (New-Zealand)

Aram Ziai - Heisenberg Chair for Development and Postcolonial Studies at the Institute of Political Science, University of Kassel (Germany)

Lauren Tynan – Department of Indigenous Studies & Macquarie School of Social Sciences, Macquarie University (Australia)

Samid Suliman - School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, Griffith University (Australia)

10:15am
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11:00am
Break
11:00am
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12:15pm
5-HP008: Social Accountability – A Promising Route to Social Justice?
Chair: Dr. Sylvia Bergh, International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam AND The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Elsbet Lodenstein, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Netherlands, The
5-HP039 - 1/2: Between Financial Dependence and Policy Autonomy: Navigating the External Financing of Development - 1/2
Chair: Dr. Andrew Martin Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (The Hague), Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Miguel Rivera-Quinones, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico (U.S.)
5-HP052: Inclusive Development, Climate Change, the SDGs and Social Justice: The Problem of Stranded Resources and Assets
Chair: Prof. Joyeeta Gupta, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Barbara Hogenboom, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
5-HP059: Solidarity for Investment-Induced Displacement and Resettlement
Chair: Dr. Kei Otsuki, Utrecht University, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Griet Steel, Utrecht University, Netherlands, The
5-RT019: Can Donor Commissioned Development Research Be Independent?
Chair: Prof. Dirk-Jan Koch, Radboud University, Netherlands, The
5-RT072: The Changing World of Northern NGO Sectors
Chair: Dr. Lau Schulpen, Radboud University, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Nicola Banks, University of Manchester, UK, United Kingdom
5-RT200: Teaching and Learning Across Cultures in the International Classroom
Chair: Dr. Freek Schiphorst, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Kees Biekart, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
5-SP053: Small- Versus Big-Holders: A Debate on Rural Development Trajectories for the Global South
Chair: Prof. Maarten Bavinck, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
5-SP065: Critically Examining Frugal Innovation
Chair: Prof. Peter Knorringa, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
Chair: Elsie Onsongo, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
5-SP110: Ethical and Practical Challenges of Participatory Development Research
Chair: Dr. Sonja Marzi, The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Elisabet Dueholm Rasch, Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands, The
5-WS015: Solidarity as Key Ingredient to Influence Land Rights Policies in Severely Restricted Civic Space Contexts
Chair: Dr. Saskia van Veen, Oxfam Novib, Netherlands, The
5-WS025: Defying Resistance: Feminist and Queer Responses to Anti-Progressive Opposition
Chair: Dr. Esther Miedema, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Nicky Pouw, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
Chair: Christoforos-Dimitrios Zafeiris, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Netherlands, The
5-WS119: Regenerating Inclusive Education: A Co-Created Workshop on Contemplative-Social Justice Pedagogies in International Development Studies
Chair: Dr. Mieke Lopes Cardozo, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Annet Kragt, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The
 
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12:30pm
Break
12:30pm
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1:45pm
6-HP039 - 2/2: Between Financial Dependence and Policy Autonomy: Navigating the External Financing of Development - 2/2
Chair: Dr. Andrew Martin Fischer, Institute of Social Studies (The Hague), Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Miguel Rivera-Quinones, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico (U.S.)
6-HP125: The Makeshift City
Chair: Dr. Naomi van Stapele, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Joop de Wit, International Institute of Social Studies ISS, Netherlands, The
6-RT023: Aid and Development: Looking Back, Thinking Ahead
Chair: Dr. Geske Dijkstra, Erasmus Universiteit, Department Public Administration and Sociologygy, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Nadia Molenaers, Univeristy of Antwerpn, Belgium
6-RT071: How Do We Academically Reflect on How We "Know" the World?
Chair: Dr. Julia Schöneberg, University of Kassel, Germany
Chair: Dr. Lata Narayanaswamy, University of Leeds, UK, United Kingdom
6-RT103: Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice: Unpacking Dominant Development and Policy Discourses
Chair: Dr. Silke Heumann, EUR, Netherlands, The
Chair: Ana Victoria Portocarrero Lacayo, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
Chair: Brenda Rodríguez, ISS, Netherlands, The
6-RT201: Implications of European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and FAIR Data for Youth-Employment in Africa
Chair: Prof. Mirjam van Reisen, Tilburg University, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Antony Otieno Ong’ayo, Erasmus University, Netherlands, The
6-SP030: Social Inclusion of Rural-Urban Migrants in South-East Asia
Chair: Dr. Edward Lahiff, University College Cork, Ireland
6-SP069: Climate-Resilient Development and Social Justice: Squaring the Circle?
Chair: Dr. Edith Kuerzinger, PREMAnet e.V., Germany
Chair: Prof. Darley Jose Kjosavik, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway
Chair: Dr. Stefano Moncada, University of Malta, Malta
6-SP077: Making Solidarity Sexy, Funny, and Cool? Challenges of Framing Interventions and Engaging the Public in Development and Humanitarianism
Chair: Prof. Lisa Ann Richey, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
6-WS001: Creative Education for Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice: An Interactive Workshop on Innovative Teaching in Higher Education
Chair: Dr. Anke Schwittay, Department of International Development, University of Sussex, UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Paul Robert Gilbert, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Elizabeth Anne Mills, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Suda Perera, University of Sussex, UK, United Kingdom
6-WS060: Mapping Injustices for Solidarity: A Methods Workshop
Chair: Dr. Javier Martinez, University of Twente, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Diana Reckien, University of Twente, the Netherlands, Germany
Chair: Prof. Karin Pfeffer, University of Twente, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Christine Richter, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW, Germany, Germany
Chair: Sandeep Balagangadharan Menon, KRVIA Mumbai, India
6-WS072: The Changing World of Northern NGO Sectors
Chair: Dr. Lau Schulpen, Radboud University, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Nicola Banks, University of Manchester, UK, United Kingdom
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3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
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4:30pm
Virtual Visit - Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD): The Dilemma of Democracy Promotion
Virtual Visit - Both ENDS : How to Upscale Bottom-up and Planet-friendly Practices?
Virtual Visit - Cordaid: The Changing Role of INGOs and the Added Value of Cordaid
Virtual Visit - Free Press Unlimited: People Deserve to Know - All Over the World
Virtual Visit - Liliane Foundation: Disability Rights Matter
Virtual Visit - PAX: A Virtual Trip Through Lebanon
Virtual Visit - Simavi: Shifting Power to Women and Girls
Virtual Visit - Task Team CSO: Promoting Effective CSO Engagement in Development
Virtual Visit - The Hague Academy: Local Authorities, Civil Society, and Peace Building
Virtual Visit - Transnational Institute (TNI): What Role Can Activist Scholars Play in Movements for Systemic Change?
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6:00pm
Butterfly Bar 3
Coffee Corner Session 3
Date: Thursday, 08/July/2021
  Technical Assistance Room
9:30am
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10:30am
Virtual Visit - Both ENDS : How to upscale bottom-up and planet-friendly practices?
Virtual Visit - Free Press Unlimited: People deserve to know - All over the world
Virtual Visit - Hivos : Popular Culture and Narrative Change
Virtual Visit - Human Security Collective: A Mentorship Approach to Inclusive Leadership in Conflict-affected Contexts
Virtual Visit - IofC: Faith in Human Rights @75 (in The Hague)
Virtual Visit - Justice & Peace : Shelter City - Side by Side with Human Rights Defenders
Virtual Visit - Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD): The dilemma of democracy promotion
Virtual Visit - Oxfam-Novib: Empowering our Partners to Learn and Co-create Knowledge @oxfam
Virtual Visit - PAX: A Virtual Trip Through Lebanon
Virtual Visit - Simavi: Shifting Power to Women and Girls
Virtual Visit - The Hague Academy: Local Authorities, Civil Society, and Peace Building
 
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7-HP126: New Digital Technologies, Sustainable (Rural) Development and Social Justice
Chair: Dr. Oane Visser, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Karin Astrid Siegmann, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Sarah Ruth Sippel, Leipzig University, Germany
7-HP136: Governance in Moments where Normality And Exceptionality Meet
Chair: Dr. Samantha Melis, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Thea Hilhorst, ISS/EUR, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Isabelle Desportes, Freie Universität Berlin, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Rodrigo Mena, Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
7-RT013: Narratives That Build Solidarity in Support of Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice
Chair: Nicole Walshe, Knowledge Hub Governance & Citizenship, Oxfam Novib, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
7-RT092: Revealing Hidden, Multiple Knowledges: Solidarity in Practice
Chair: Mike Powell, Emergent Works Ltd., UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Sarah Cummings, Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands, The
7-RT121: The Potential of Human Security Approaches for Peaceful Development: The Devil is in the Details?
Chair: Tamara A. Kool, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Zina Nimeh, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Des Gasper, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The
7-RT202: Is There a Moral Imperative for Development Researchers to Act as Advocates?
Chair: Adinda Ceelen, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
Chair: Prof. Arjun Singh Bedi, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
7-SP058 - 1/2: Challenging and Challenges of Development, Solidarity and Social Justice - 1/2
Chair: June Fylkesnes, University of Agder, Norway
Chair: Dr. Hege Bergljot Wallevik, University of Agder, Norway
Chair: Dr. Hanne Haaland, University of Agder, Norway
7-SP106 - 1/2: Rethinking Inequalities in the Era of Growth Limits and Social Injustice - 1/2
Chair: Dr. Rogelio Madrueño, University of Göttingen, Germany
Chair: José María Larrú, Universidad San Pablo-CEU, CEU Universities, Spain
Chair: Dr. David Castells-Quintana, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
7-SP114: Blue Economy: Just Transitions and Sustainability Incorporated?
Chair: Johan Spamer, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
Chair: Renata Cavalcanti Muniz, ISS-Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The
7-WS093: Social Justice in Practices of Research Collaboration: Lessons Learned in DEVELOP Research Programme
Chair: Dr. Mikko Tapani Ylikangas, Academy of Finland, Finland
7-WS094: Resource Grabbing: Impacts and Responses in an Era of Climate Change
Chair: Dr. Adwoa Yeboah Gyapong, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Amod Shah, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Corinne Lamain, International Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands, The
Chair: Elyse Mills, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Sergio Coronado, ISS, Germany
Chair: Yukari Sekine, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
 
12:15pm
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12:30pm
Break
12:30pm
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1:45pm
8-HP020: Climate Change Mitigation Measures, Social Justice & Peace. Is It Possible to Move from Hindering to Helping?
Chair: Prof. Dirk-Jan Koch, Radboud University, Netherlands, The
8-HP118: Gender Movements and Social Justice
Chair: Dr. Stacey Scriver, NUI Galway, Ireland
Chair: Prof. G. Honor Fagan, Maynooth University, Ireland
8-HP122: Civil Society Initiatives Promoting Solidarity in Constrained Settings
Chair: Dr. Tiina Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Chair: Dr. Marianne Millstein, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
Chair: Dr. Kees Biekart, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Netherlands, The
8-HP133: Protracted Crisis and the Humanitarian-Development Nexus
Chair: Prof. Jörg Faust, DEval, Germany
Chair: Prof. Nadia Molenaers, Univeristy of Antwerpn, Belgium
8-RT084: Fostering Global, Progressive Solidarity Networks
Chair: Dr. Marina Apgar, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Marjoke Oosterom, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom
8-RT096: Globalization, Inequality and Conflict
Chair: Prof. S Mansoob Murshed, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
8-RT117: Partnership, Participation and Power in Academia
Chair: Dr. Shreya Sinha, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Chair: Dr. Katarzyna Cieslik, Unviersity fo Cambridge, Department of Geography, United Kingdom
8-RT127: New Digital Technologies and Sustainable Rural Development
Chair: Dr. Oane Visser, ISS, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Karin Astrid Siegmann, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), Netherlands, The
8-RT139: Sharing Experiences Among Development Studies Masters Accredited by the EADI International Accreditation Council
Chair: Prof. Laura Camfield, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
8-RT141: Covid-19 Vaccination in Low Income Countries
Chair: Dr. Zemzem Shigute, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
Chair: Dr. Christoph Strupat, German Developmdent Institute, Germany, Germany
Chair: Dr. Matthias Rieger, International Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands, Netherlands, The
8-SP058 - 2/2: Challenging and Challenges of Development, Solidarity and Social Justice - 2/2
Chair: June Fylkesnes, University of Agder, Norway
Chair: Dr. Hege Bergljot Wallevik, University of Agder, Norway
Chair: Dr. Hanne Haaland, University of Agder, Norway
8-SP106 - 2/2: Rethinking Inequalities in the Era of Growth Limits and Social Injustice - 2/2
Chair: Dr. Rogelio Madrueño, University of Göttingen, Germany
Chair: José María Larrú, Universidad San Pablo-CEU, CEU Universities, Spain
Chair: Dr. David Castells-Quintana, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
1:45pm
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2:00pm
Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Closing Plenary Session: How Has the Pandemic Changed our Research Practice?

The closing panel of the conference will discuss what has changed in our research practice as a result of Covid. This could refer to the types of data collection methods, but also by doing online research or by reducing international air travel. What have we lost, what have we gained during the pandemic?

This collective discussion will use an experimental online format: a virtual fish bowl. This means that a person can only speak for a maximum of 3 minutes, building on points raised by a previous speaker. Due to the swift rotation of speakers, many voices can be heard by raising virtual hands, or by contributing to the chat.

Final words by Henning Melber (President of EADI); announcement of the next Conference venue in 2023.

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Butterfly Bar 4
Coffee Corner Session 4
Meet and Greet - ISS Alumni (2/2)
 

 
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