6-8 July 2015
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In the coming decades, as we seek poverty reduction and social justice in contexts of apparent plenty, the extremes of income inequality emerging across developed and developing nations will be the major challenge for development. These inequalities result from deep structural barriers to social mobility and change. We believe that a better understanding of how gender relations influence and are effected by processes of economic and social polarisation, at a range of scales from the very local to the global, is critical in order to inform development policy.
The International Conference on Gender Relations and Rising Inequalities aims to bring together gender analysts, researchers and research scholars for a sustained consideration of changing gender relations in contexts of rising inequality, and to stimulate new ways of thinking about gender relations.
A series of panels will explore different aspects of gender and inequality:
- Migration, Status and multi/trans-national relations
- Social Reproduction, Generations and Educational Aspirations
- "Gender Equality" norms, mobilisation and policy change
- Gender Inequality, Consumption and Changing Identities
- Labour markets, microfinance and women's empowerment
- Environmental/climatic change and gendered inequalities
- Gender and Violence
See here for details of the panels and convenors and full programme details.
Call for Submissions
We encourage you to contribute to the conference through paper submissions to the existing panels as well as formation of additional panels. Please follow these links to the Call for Papers and Call for Panels.
|Panel Proposal (other than existing panels) submission
||18 December 2014
||15 February 2015
|Notification of acceptance
||27 February 2015
||19 June 2015
|Final paper submission and authors' registration
||23 June 2015
||6-8 July 2015
To register your place for the Gender Conference, please download this form, complete it and email to email@example.com. It is advisable to complete and return the form as soon as possible as places are limited.
15 rooms have been booked in the on-campus bed and breakfast Broadview Lodge for the plenary speakers and panel convenors. Further bed and breakfast accommodation (with attached bathroom) is available on-campus at £36 a night on a first come first served basis.
Otherwise participants are expected to make their own arrangements and are urged to do so early. There are a number of bed and breakfasts around the university, which is about twenty minutes by bus from the centre of Norwich. Here are some links to accommodation within a ten-minute drive from the university.
There is no fee for attending the conference but participants are expected to cover their own accommodation costs, whether on or off campus
Pine Lodge Bed and Breakfast
518 Earlham Road
Single: £38 per night
Double: £60 per nigh
421 Earlham Road
Double: From £50
Wensum Guest House
225 Dereham Road
Earlham Guest House
147 Earlham Road
Accommodation from £27 for single with shared bathroom to £75 for double ensuite
Private room in the Golden Triangle area of Norwich between the university and the city centre for £29
Entire flat in in the Golden Triangle area of Norwich between the university and the city centre for £40
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Gender Conference Organisers
School of International Development
University of East Anglia
Norwich Norfolk NR4 7TJ
+44 (0)1603 59 3379