CfP: Conference ‘Environmental non-migration”: Framework, Methods and Cases
19 to 21 June 2019, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
The first ever international conference on Environmental Non-Migration provides a forum for exchange and discussion on influencing factors and capacities of individuals, households and communities to stay put despite environmental threats. The focus is on conceptual frameworks, methodologies, case studies, and cross-cutting issues. Key results will be used to derive priorities for future research considering originality and relevance. The event brings together renowned experts from relevant disciplines and different regions of the world as well as early career scientists in the PhD and postdoctoral phase of their career. Accordingly, the conference will also foster international networking taking advantage of the recently founded Global Network on Environmental Non-Migration. The conference will be organised in a series of thematic sessions as follows:
- Reviews on Environmental Non-Migration Concepts
- Methodological Approaches in Environmental Non-Migration Studies
- Non-Migration Decisions: Factors, Opportunities and Threats
- Environmental Non-Migration Decision Making Between Uncertainty and Bounded Rationality
- Environmental Non-Migration and Policy: Present and Future
Registration is mandatory for all participants and will be open from 1 April to 15 May 2019. The registration fees are:
- PhD and masters’ students: 100 €
- Postdoctoral researchers: 150 €
- Senior scientists: 250 €
The registration fee covers conference bag with programme, abstract book, accessories, and entry to all conference sessions.
Early Career Scientists’ Grants
The Organising Committee offers a few grants for early career scientists (PhD students up to 6 years and postdoctoral researchers up to 9 years after graduation). The grants will be awarded based on grant applications with a 1-page letter of motivation. The grant covers free registration, and travel grant of max. 300 Euro for European participants and max. 500 Euro for international participants.
Prerequisite for receiving the grant is that awardees submit a full paper of a book chapter between 4500 and 6000 words till the 10 May 2019.
Please send your application to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org- dresden.de
More information: https://tu-dresden.de/bu/umwelt/p-u-r/konferenzen/environmental-non-migration-framework-methods-and-cases