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Following on from a successful virtual writing retreat earlier this year, the Society’s Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group have established an ongoing virtual writing community. This community will be self organising and will support researchers at all career stages.
Writing retreat participants have been given priority membership of the group, but other spaces are available for scholars of children, youth and family geographies. Applications should be sent to Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org and should include no more than 250 words outlining why you would like to join and what you could contribute to the group.
The writing community will be capped at 25 members and the deadline for applications is Friday 30 October.
Several of our Research Groups are exploring virtual writing retreats and how this can support researchers. You can read more about virtual writing retreats in this piece by Nicole Janz on the LSE blog.
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