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Gender, Social Justice and Innovation


21/05/2019 - 22/05/2019


9:30AM - 4:30PM


The Graduate School

Gender, Social Justice and Innovation Conference

This conference is a platform for UG, PGT and PGR students to share and discuss the range of gender research being undertaken across Queen’s.

It will be of particular interest, relevance and value to students undertaking research on gender issues in society. All levels and areas of study are welcome to attend and participate.

It will be an open forum for the exchange of new ideas among young researchers working across the university on various aspects of gender related challenges.

It will also offer an opportunity for emerging researchers to receive feedback on their projects and network with relevant experts and practitioners in various fields.

To register to attend the conference, hit the ‘Book Online’ link above.


Call for Submissions

The conference welcomes presentations/posters that fall under the broad interdisciplinary theme of Gender, Social Justice and Innovation. Below is an indicative list of specific topics

  • Innovation and Gender
  • Gender, Place and Culture
  • Gender, Science and Technology
  • Media, Society and Gender
  • Challenging Gender Inequalities
  • Gender, Human Rights, (Post)-Conflict
  • Any others that relate to the broad themes

Awards will be presented for:

  • Best Presentation
  • Best Poster
  • Best contribution to Gender, Social Justice and Innovation

Submit a paper or poster abstract of 250 words to the Conference Organisers Gift Sotonye-Frank and Amy Coulter by emailing by Tuesday 7 May 2019.

Posters will be printed by the organisers if received by Tues 14 May. Poster size should be A1 size landscape or portrait.

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