We are delighted to announce that the programme for our Annual International Conference 2022 has now been finalised. You can access the conference programme via our virtual conference platform.
Browse the programme on the conference platform
You can browse and explore the full event, or pull through specific sessions by searching for keywords or participant names. The time for each session has been finalised and rooms have been allocated, so we encourage you to use the programme and start planning your attendance.
As we finalise preparations for our hybrid and online sessions, the programme is now only accessible to registered delegates. Please sign in with the email address you used to register, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Our Chair’s plenary lectures are available in-person, livestreamed, and to watch on catch-up after the event:
Tal Peretz, a researcher specialising in anti-violent activism and men's anti-sexism, will deliver a talk titled Getting From Here to Allyship.
Siila Watt-Cloutier, an indigenous activist from Canada will be sharing her knowledge on climate change, human rights and Inuit culture in Arctic Communities.
Caroline Faria, who will be presenting the work of herself and Brenda Boonabaana on the marshes of state-private land development around Kampala, Uganda.
Plus two plenary panels on 'Disaster recovery' from the individual to the global community convened and chaired by Jazmin Scarlett, and Place-based community organising for local recovery: university partnerships, convened and chaired by Helen Jarvis.
Read more about the plenaries
Alongside our plenary lectures, the programme is packed with additional highlights including journal-sponsored lectures and panels, a policy-focused strand, film screenings, field trips/walking tours, and exhibitions.
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