IPRA 2016

 

INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (IPRA)

26th IPRA International General Conference on

‘AGENDA FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT:  

 

FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE

November 27th -1st December, 2016

 

Theme of the Conference:  AGENDA FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT:  Conflict Prevention, Post-Conflict Transformation, and the Conflict, Disaster and Sustainable Development Debate.  

 

 Youth and Peace Commission

Profile

The Youth and Peace Caucus was formed to bring to the fore the special concerns of children and young people. It receives papers from scholars doing work on youth and children — theoretical research as well as evaluative and/or empirical papers. Of particular interest are papers on:

  • Youth movement,
  • Generational perspectives on peace,
  • Unemployment,
  • Young peace leaders,
  • The Experiences of Young Refugees,
  • Youth Activism and Social Repair in a Divided Society,
  • Impact of Criminal Procedure Code on juveniles in detention,
  • and issues exceptionally profuse among the young (From Escaping War to Escaping Street Gangs, gang-wars, substance abuse, idealism vs. cynicism etc.), and other related topics.

In receiving and approving papers for presentation, the commission aspires as practicable and possible to maintain gender and regional balance.

Likewise, given the nature of the caucus, it also hopes to help invigorate IPRA by organizing youthful activities like cultural activities, regional solidarity events, and forums (or free exchange of ideas on critical issues affecting the young).

Youth and Peace Commission -Call for papers

The Youth and Peace Caucus was formed to bring to the fore the special concerns of children and young people. It receives papers from scholars doing work on youth and children — theoretical research as well as evaluative and/or empirical papers. Of particular interest are papers on:

  • Youth movement,
  • Generational perspectives on peace,
  • Unemployment,
  • Young peace leaders,
  • The Experiences of Young Refugees,
  • Youth Activism and Social Repair in a Divided Society,
  • Impact of Criminal Procedure Code on juveniles in detention,
  • and issues exceptionally profuse among the young (From Escaping War to Escaping Street Gangs, gang-wars, substance abuse, idealism vs. cynicism etc.), and other related topics.

In receiving and approving papers for presentation, the commission aspires as practicable and possible to maintain gender and regional balance.

Likewise, given the nature of the caucus, it also hopes to help invigorate IPRA by organizing youthful activities like cultural activities, regional solidarity events, and forums (or free exchange of ideas on critical issues affecting the young).

SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Three types of submissions will be considered: abstracts, individual papers, and panel discussions. Where appropriate, submissions should be written according to a scholarly style manual. The same submission should not be submitted to more than one Commission. Any double submission will be automatically removed from the system. In order to accommodate audio-visual needs, please indicate specific equipment needs during the submission process. Please make the request only if necessary. Student papers should be clearly identified in the header. All submissions should be completed by uploading your completed form into the central submission database on the IPRA 2016 Conference web site. Abstracts or panel proposals should be included in the Application Form but completed papers should be sent as attachments at least two months before the conference. To ensure blind review, ALL NAMES MUST BE REMOVED from the abstracts or panel proposals before they are uploaded in the application form. Any abstract or panel proposal with names or affiliations of the author(s) will be removed from the review process.

For specific details regarding types of submissions see below:

ABSTRACT

Abstract should include a title and should be between 300 and 500 words  addressing the purpose of the research, the goals, methods, and the type of data. 

PANEL DISCUSSION

Proposals for panel discussions should include the title of the submission, description of the panel and how it will be conducted, presenters’ names and institutional affiliations, and a 1-2 page panel rationale which explains the justification for the panel. Please also include abstracts from the individual contributors to the panel. Preference will be given to proposals featuring participants from different institutions.

COMPLETED PAPERS

Completed paper submissions due two months before the conference should include a title and a 100-150 word abstract.

For more information about IPRA, the 2016 conference, or to submit an application form, abstract or proposal, go to www.ipra2016.org or http://iprapeace.org/

 

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IPRA 2016 CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT   

  • Senthan Selvarajah -- (Northumbria University, UK)
  • Di Luo --(Northumbria University, UK)
  • Brima Bah, University of Sierra Leone, SL 

 

IPRA 2016 CONFERENCE BROCHURE EDITORIAL COMMITTEE  

  • Ibrahim Seaga Shaw—Northumbria University, UK
  • Senthan Selvarajah—Northumbria University, UK

 

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