Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
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
 
10:30am
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11:00am
Break
11:00am
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12:15pm
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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