The International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare is calling for papers on ‘Negotiating Belief in Health and Social Care’ (deadline 15 September 2017) and ‘Health inequalities and migrants: Accessing healthcare as a global human right’ (deadline 8 January 2018). Continue reading “International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare: Call for Papers”
The Centre for Culture and Disability is reviewing books about the literary and cultural representation of impairment and disability, as well as those that represent impairment and disability.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has launched a call for tender to identify contractors for the provision of research and analysis services at national level.
Submissions must be made by 20 October 2017. Continue reading “FRA: Call for Tender on Fundamental Rights Issues”
Karima Bennoune, UN Special Rapporteur, invites stakeholders to contribute to a consultation on the impact of fundamentalism and extremism on the cultural rights of women. Submissions must be made by 19 May 2017. Continue reading “UN consultation: the Impact of Fundamentalism and Extremism on the Cultural Rights of Women”
Revolving Doors Agency is looking for proposals for workshops and papers for the Second National Summit on Tackling Multiple Disadvantage (8 to 9 May 2017).
Two years ago, the first National Summit brought together a vibrant network of people with lived experience, service providers, commissioners and policy makers, each with different skills and expertise and all committed to achieving change for people facing multiple disadvantage. This year the Agency are delighted that the conference will add a research focus, as they join forces with the original summit organisers.
They are particularly looking for workshops and papers that are delivered in partnership to help draw links, cross boundaries and demonstrate collaborations between individuals with lived experience, researchers, commissioners, practitioners and policy makers. That said, please do not let the partnership aspect put you off from submitting a proposal. The organizing committee is happy to help bring people together, whether they see the potential for complementary or joint workshop.
Each workshop or paper must fall under at least one of these broad themes:
- drawing expertise from lived experience;
- achieving systems change;
- understanding and responding to diversity;
- and fostering partnership and collaborations to achieve change.
They are keen to publish papers out of the conference, either as a guest journal edition, or as an edited volume. If any of you sit on editorial boards for potentially relevant and interested journals the Agency would welcome you to get in touch to make this possible.
Cardiff University’s School of Law and Politics, supported by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership for Wales (Wales DTP), invites applications for funded PhD study. The studentships will commence in October 2017.
These particular studentships, known as ‘collaborative studentships’, involve liaison with a non-academic organization(s) at several key stages of the research. Cardiff School of Law and Politics are offering two collaborative studentships in Empirical Studies in Law, a field of research which brings together methods from social science to address legal challenges in society and inform policy development. One of the projects focuses on equality issues: “Securing Equality Rights and Access to Justice in Wales” under the supervision of Dr. Sara Drake.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity: An International Journal was launched in 2015. This multi-lingual and fully open access journal will publish peer reviewed papers covering any aspect of equality and diversity, such as studies of employment, education and other provision of services. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for international research which advances and challenges our understanding of equality and diversity from innovative theoretical and empirical perspectives.
Papers should be submitted via the online system which includes instructions for authors.
The following forms of submission are welcome:
- Original research papers which examine equality and diversity in any disciplines / sector from any geographical location. Papers may be position pieces, theoretically informed empirical work, theoretical pieces or systematic literature reviews (between 6000 to 8000 words plus references and a 200 word abstract and up to five key words/terms).
- Case studies, including examples of equality and diversity interventions from the public and private sector, teaching, charities and other bodies (maximum length 5000 words plus references and a 150 word summary).
- Letters – this may include responses to previously published studies – we hope to encourage debate.
- Professional insight including, teaching resources (many of our readers will be engaged in teaching within higher education and the school system), community and industrial outreach and reports from conferences, training sessions, etc. (maximum length of 1500 words)
- Essays from students in the field of equality and diversity (maximum length 3000 words plus references and 150 word abstract).
Call for proposals for special issues: The Journal will publish at least one special issue per year. Please contact the journal at firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest and further details.
DERN (Disability Equality Research Network) is an informal network which was set up at The LSE in 2010 with the aim of providing disabled and disability researchers with an opportunity to share their work with critical friends and to receive constructive feedback. The convenor, Dr Nicola Martin, is now at London South Bank University (LSBU) and DERN is operating from LSBU’s Education Research Centre (ERC).
There are currently 150+ members. DERN’s setup was originally sponsored by the LSE Annual Fund. DERN membership is not limited to LSE or LSBU staff and students, or to the UK Members communicate with each other via the list mainly, but DERN also holds meetings and conferences.
DERN may well be helpful to you if you are researching anything with a broad disability equality theme (whether or not you are disabled yourself), or if you are a disabled researcher engaging with any theme-not necessarily disability related. (We could for example discuss principles of emancipatory research, or addressing barriers experienced by disabled researchers).
The disability equality angle implies a social or post social model approach, rather than anything more medically orientated. It is possible that the network may broaden to consider wider equality themes.
New subscribers to the JISCMAIL e-list are welcome.
If you wish to present your work please submit an abstract of up to 150 words to email@example.com. Presenters are required to email accessible copies of papers /slides to all DERN members at least 2 days prior to presenting. Members can then produce alternative formats as needed. Please also bring 20 copies with you, including 4 large print.
The Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ) is a free, international peer-reviewed e-journal in the field of restorative justice. IJRJ’s primary aim is to publish scholarly and peer-reviewed articles of the highest standard from many areas of expertise including restorative practices in schools, neighbourhoods, organizations and businesses, family matters and (youth) care, restorative justice in the criminal and juvenile justice system, restorative justice in prison settings and restorative aftercare.
The IJRJ is open for the submission of papers.
Click here for submission guidelines
The IJRJ has a list of books for review (and in the case of some IARS publications are free of charge). Submission and questions should be sent to IJRJ@iars.org.uk.
For further information, contact IJRJ by telephone (020 7820 0945), mobile ( 07833224442) or email.