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

    …rested in expressing themselves through this call – whether they be artists, community leaders, academics, practitioners, activists or anyone else – please do share with them. For more information, including instructions on uploading content and submission guidelines, please see the full Call for Contributions in English (see here), French, Spanish and Portuguese. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2020. We look forward to your submissi…

  2. CfP: Towards 2030: Sustainable Development Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing. A Sociological Perspective

    …igital social innovation, e-health, plant-based innovation, food innovation, AI, ICT, and 3D solutions, social and service robotics, smart environments, gerontechnology, and welfare technology. Keywords: SDG3, essential health services, mental health, universal health coverage, health inequalities, well-being Co-Editors: – Sangeeta Chattoo, University of York, United Kingdom – Chimaraoke Izugbara, International Center for Research on Women, United…

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

    …ons of labor rights and secure working environments for all workers. – Open, dynamic, and inclusive labor markets that respect fundamental principles and rights at work, with simple, transparent, flexible, and predictable legal employment frameworks. – Policy measures needed to address global, national, regional, and local asymmetries in resource mobilization, technological know-how, and market power. – Development-oriented policies and comprehens…

  4. CfP: Towards 2030: Sustainable Development Goal 1: No Poverty. A Sociological Perspective

    …been greatly exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. In 2020, for example, around 120 million people were pushed back into extreme poverty, representing the first increase in extreme poverty in over 20 years. Along with workers in the informal economy, the pandemic has also disproportionately impacted young and female workers. At present, the goal of eradicating poverty by 2030 is not on course to be met, with around 600 million people expected…

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