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  1. 2020 HDCA Conference – Online (Auckland, NZ)

    A very special thank you to everyone who participated in, or otherwise supported the realisation of, our 2020 HDCA Conference. Due to COVID-19 and the corresponding global need for strict social distancing, we had to shift gear and turn the conference into an all-online event. We were thrilled that it was so appealing to such a large number of presenters and audience participants, and that it went so splendidly. It was an incredible pleasure to e-meet so many fantastic people ツ

    Hopefully, many of us will have a chance to meet non-virtually again in the near future. We hear that Antwerp is a beautiful place, among other locations.

    As always, our warmest wishes from Auckland,
    Your 2020 HDCA Conference Organisers

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  2. 2022 HDCA Conference – Antwerp, Belgium

    The HDCA annual conference will take place from 19-22 September 2022.

    “Capabilities and Transformative Institutions”

    How can we organize today for the world of tomorrow? Covid-19 has taught us that we are not ready. We have re-discovered our common vulnerability – not only to a virus, but also to problems and difficulties arising from policy mismatch, institutional hiccups, authoritarian backlash and the effects of increasing national and international inequality. Divided we have stood, unable to act well  in concert. How can we improve the structures of living together and face the challenges ahead to build a more just and sustainable world? The HDCA Conference 2022 puts this question center stage.

    Institutions, social arrangements, or the structures which emerge from our social ways of living, have been considered from many perspectives through the range of disciplines that engage with the capability approach. The conference will provide an opportunity to let these various understandings speak to and learn from each other.

  3. CfP: Intergenerational Solidarity at the Beginning of the 21st Century

    …earning, volunteering, mentoring programs, and intergenerational programs. – Co-design, co-creation, and co-production schemes in the field of ageing and intergenerational policies. – The challenges of establishing age-friendly environments, cities, and communities. – Intergenerational relationships in the alternative economic models such as the silver economy, longevity economy, social economy, circular economy, green economy, and sharing economy…

  4. Call for contributions: Breaking Boundaries – (Counter) Accounts during the Pandemic – seeking indigenous voices

    …ion is to offer a lasting record of collective and individual accounts and counter-accounts during the pandemic and its aftermath. This is your chance to share your voice and your perspective on what happened to ensure future generations can look back and understand this exceptional period in its fullest. We particularly hope to attract Indigenous voices. We are accepting submissions in all forms (i.e. essays, articles, graffiti, poetry, photos, j…

  5. Online Access

    you are already logged in to the HDCA website with your HDCA user name). Become a member to access the journal. Become a member to access the journal A personal subscription to the Journal of Human Development & Capabilities (JHDC) costs $120 (see this page on the Taylor & Francis site). The individual HDCA membership fee ranges from $24 to $150, depending on your income. So if you would like to have access to the journal, why not consider becomin…

  6. CfP: Towards 2030: Sustainable Development Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth. A Sociological Perspective

    …d issues in the Global South such as closing labor-productivity gaps in low-income countries and ways to increase aid for trade support for developing countries. – The effects of lack of decent jobs, coupled with weak social insurance schemes and poverty among the workers (working poor and precarity). – Equality and inclusion at work during the COVID-19 pandemic, including challenges of employment in the informal economy. – Technological challenge…

  7. Free Online Course: Global Health and Disability

    …ster your free place on the course, click here. Why join the course: Around 15% of the world’s population, or 1 billion people, live with some form of disability, with numbers continuing to rise over the coming decades. People with disabilities are often overlooked in national and international development, and can face widespread barriers in accessing services, including health and rehabilitation services, even though simple initiatives are avail…

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