Gender and Migration: Critical Issues and Policy Implications-Gediz University

by | Feb 17, 2016

This interdisciplinary conference is open for paper proposals across disciplines on themes such as mass migration of Syrians, gendered causes and implications of migration, refugees and gender, human trafficking, domestic workers, migration policies, home and host country implications of migration, among others. Panels will be both in English and Turkish.

You can submit your abstract by 1 April 2016 via EasyChair. The conference is being held on 11-14 May, 2016.

Each paper will be blind reviewed by two peers. Papers that are selected at the end of the conference will be published in an edited book by Cambridge Scholars in UK.

You can visit our website for further information.

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