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Call For Papers
 

The Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network

Deadline: May 31, 2006

Conference Details

DEVNET: The Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network Conference 2006

 

SOUTHERN PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT:

DIALOGUE OR DIVISION?

 

University of Otago, Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand

30 Nov – 2 Dec 2006

 

The DEVNET 2006 organising committee – the Inequality, Poverty and Development Cluster (IPD) at the University of Otago – warmly invites you to the DEVNET 2006 Conference Southern Perspectives on Development: Dialogue or Division?

Call For Papers

The Organising Committee is now calling for paper proposals for the Conference. Ideally, papers should address one or more of the panel themes listed below, but the organisers will consider any paper proposal with a clear development focus. Prospective paper presenters should indicate whether they are prepared to act as chair for one or more of the parallel sessions. Abstracts of papers should be e-mailed to devnet2006@geography.otago.ac.nz before or on 31 May 2006. Confirmation of acceptance will be distributed from 30 June 2006. Please download and use this proposal sheet when submitting your paper abstract.

Panel Themes

Aid effectiveness and coordination

Climate change: implications for development

Completing the Pacific Rim – Perspectives on Latin America

Community development in the international context
Contestations over water

Doing ‘post-development’: empowering the south?

General Agreement on Trade in Services: Implications of current WTO negotiations for development

Indigenous peoples and development

Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Potential for development or digital divide?

Linking Sexual and Reproductive Health and poverty, the environment, HIV and AIDS

Monitoring the conversation between development partners

Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)

Politics of inequality

Post-conflict development (IPD)

Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals

Rural communities in the Pacific

Southern perspectives of human rights

Tourism and poverty reduction

Urban transformations in an era of globalisation

The state of development

Key dates for 2006

March 1: First call for papers and announcement of session themes

May 30: Final date for submission of abstracts for consideration

30 June: Acceptance letters and notifications for those who submitted proposals will begin to be distributed on June 30, 2006

July 30 : Early bird registration

November 1: Final date for regular registration

For more information

For more information about the conference email: devnet2006@geography.otago.ac.nz

or phone: Dr Andrew McGregor (+64 3 479 8780) or Dr Alan Dixon (+64 3 479 8971).

 

For more information about the Inequality, Poverty and Development Cluster (IPD) at the University of Otago see: http://www.otago.ac.nz/humanities/research/clusters/inequality

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