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World Social Science Forum 2018: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

World Social Science Forum 2018: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

ACADEMIC PANELS: CROP is co-organising two sessions during World Social Science Forum 2018: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures.

25-28 September 2018 | Fukuoka, Japan


OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

WSSF2018 POSTER


CROP: is co-organising two sessions at the World Social Science Forum 2018:

We are interested in receiving paper proposals for both sessions, which can be found under "Parallel Sessions II (Open for Papers)" on the WSSF website. The proposals have to be submitted via the WSSF website.

See the WSSF website for details about how to prepare and submit a proposal.


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