Call for Papers: Politics, policies and diplomacy of diaspora governance: new directions in theoryand research
The organizers invite contributions focusing on the diaspora-home state nexus from a variety of perspectives including transnational engagement of diasporas with their homelands, expatriate voting and political participation, diaspora-engagement policies, institutions and actors among others. Of particular interest are papers that focus on the countries which are called the “rising powers” such as Turkey, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, India and China. However, our scope is not limited to these countries. Therefore, submissions focusing on other countries are also welcome. More information is here
Call for Papers on Migration and Social Policy in Post-Soviet Countries
The collapse of the USSR has created a whole new migration situation in the post-Soviet space. These new independent states have been included in global migration processes both as a source of migrants (Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan) and as a destination for immigrants (Russia, Kazakhstan). Over time, types of migration, the causes, the size of migration flows, and the composition of immigrants changed significantly.
The special issue is under supervision of Dr. Olga R. Gulina, (RUSMPI – Institute on Migration Policy) and Dr. Irina Lapshyna, The University of Oxford's Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS)
Closing date for abstract submissions is 15th October 2017 to contact (at) rusmpi.org
Deadline for whole papers is 15th March 2018 to JSPS Editorial
Call for Papers: Climate change, disasters and displacement
Call for paper on Diasporas, Nation States
and Mainstream Societies in Central and Eastern Europe
Demographic and socio-economic changes affecting the development of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe are among the most significant challenges for the future of social cohesion and solidarity building in our societies. ERSTE Foundation invites researchers, scientists and practitioners from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe to research on topics related to economic and social demographic change. The fellowships are awarded based on a proposal for a research paper approaching the research topic listed below, in a theoretical, empirical or practical way.
More information is here
Governance and Citizenship, March 12-14, 2015
The Center for the Study of Citizenship invites proposals for its 2015 annual conference that explore the many dimensions of the theme of governance and citizenship. The affordances of citizenship are bound in many ways to structures of governance that provide and at the same time deny access to power. While formal structures of governance establish rights and responsibilities, there are many additional informal forms of governance people use to orchestrate and affirm their community membership, among them are civic organizations, community groups, and NGOs.
Abstracts of no more than 500 words are welcomed for consideration. Proposals, along with a short biography (50 words), should be submitted in one file to the Center no later than October 15, 2014. For more information contact Helen Callow at Citizenship@wayne.edu.