CFP: IIPA’s Seminar on Poverty and Social Exclusion [Apr 12-13, New Delhi]: Submit by Feb 10

By: Ayushi | 09 Feb 2018 12:01 AM

About Indian Institute of Public Administration:

Indian Institute of Public Administration, established on March 29, 1954, aims to be one of
the world’s leading academic centers of thought and influence on public governance, policies and implementation to make public governance systems responsive to human needs, aspirations and align with human values.

About the Seminar:

The Seminar will deliberate upon the twin evils of poverty and social exclusion through the lenses of life course perspective. It will try to probe how poverty during childhood or through generation(s) and other social problems like discrimination and exclusion in the family are interrelated, and in what way do they increase the risk for poverty and social exclusion further?

It would also be interesting to know how differential exposure to several factors during the life course lead to differential vulnerability with regard to poverty and exclusion. The outcome is expected to provide fresh scholarly discussion and policy insights for tackling the twin challenges of the developing countries in general and India in particular.

Important Dates:

Last date for submission of Abstract: 10th February, 2018
Last date for intimation of Selected Abstract: 15th February, 2018
Last date for submission of Full Paper: 7th April, 2018
Last date for registration: 7th April, 2018
SeminarDate : 12-13 April, 2018
Last Date for submission of the Revised Paper: 30th April, 2018
Release of an edited Book of selected papers: 30th June, 2018

Registration and Logistics:

There is no Registration Fee for the seminar. However, it is mandatory for all the paper presenters and participants to register online by sending an email at before April 7, 2018, positively.

Accommodation for outstation paper presenters will be provided. Please note that the Seminar will not extend any travel assistance. However, a limited financial support may be extended to few participants based on the merit of the full paper.


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