InternationalPopulationConference5– 10 December Hyderabad, IndiaCall for papers and postersDeadline for submission:. 15 May 2021International union for the scientific study of populationUnion internationale pour l'étude scientifique de la population
The IUSSP International Population Conference is the world’slargest international scientific conference on population issues.First organised in 1927 and held every four years since 1965,the conference brings together over 2,000 scientists, policymakers and practitioners from around the globe to presentand discuss the latest scientific research on contemporarypopulation and development issues.Conference OverviewAt the invitation of the Indian Association for the Study ofPopulation (IASP), the 29th International Population Conferencewill take place in Hyderabad, India at the Hyderabad ConventionCentre from 5–10 December 2021.Given the COVID-19 pandemic, IPC2021 will now be a hybridconference with a small number of in-person sessions in India,while most sessions will be virtual. We plan to offer aroundthe-clock sessions to enable participants from around theworld opportunities to present and meet with colleagues. Inaddition, all sessions will be available on-demand as a videorecording. There will also be many opportunities to meet andinteract virtually with colleagues in virtual chat rooms and socialnetworking activities.The Conference will include 880 oral presentations and up to1,000 posters selected from research submitted to the call forpapers. There will also be plenary sessions, debates and invitedpanel discussions featuring leading experts in the field, as wellas exhibits, and meetings and workshops before and duringthe Conference.Submit an abstractto present a paperor posterIf you are working in population and related fields, you are warmlyinvited to submit an abstract of recent research for presentationin an oral or poster session.All abstracts must be submitted online via the IPC2021 website,which is scheduled to open for submissions on 01 March 2021.Individuals can submit no more than 2 abstracts. The deadlinefor submissions is 15 May 2021.Submissions must include a short, 200-word abstract and anextended (2-4-page) summary describing the topic includingtheoretical focus, data, research methods, and expected findings.All submissions will be reviewed by 2 anonymous experts on thetopic area. Theme conveners will select abstracts for inclusion inthe programme based on reviews and the paper’s relevance/appropriateness for sessions created in the theme.
Fertility and ChildbearingWANG Feng (University of California, Irvine and Fudan University)Family Planning and ContraceptionLeela Visaria (Gujarat Institute of Development Research)Sexual and Reproductive Health and RightsIlene Speizer (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)Families and HouseholdsDoo-Sub Kim (Hanyang University)Union Formation and DissolutionTrude Lappegard (University of Oslo)Health and MorbidityNyovani Madise (African Institute for Development Policy-AFIDEP)International MigrationFernando Lozano (CRIM-Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)Migrant Populations and RefugeesHelga de Valk (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute-NIDI)Internal MigrationDonatien Beguy (UN Habitat)Urban DemographyMark Montgomery (Population Council-USA)Human Capital & Labour MarketsAnne Goujon (Wittgenstein Centre for Demography & Global Human Capital)Population and Development and the Demographic DividendLatif Dramani (CREG-CREFAT Université de Thiès)Conference Themes and ConvenersWe strongly encourage abstracts on all aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic across the 25 themes that structure the scientific programme. We also welcome submissionsthat deal with inequality, discrimination, and the differential vulnerability or resilience of specific groups that affect human welfare through population processes.Mortality and LongevityBernardo Lanza Queiroz (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)Life CourseSonalde Desai (University of Maryland)Children and YouthK.G. Santhya (Population Council-India)Economic DemographyDavid Canning (Harvard University)Historical DemographyLionel Kesztenbaum (Institut National d’Études Démographiques-INED/Paris School of Economics-PSE)Population and EnvironmentOlder Adults and Intergenerational RelationsSusana Beatriz Adamo (CIESIN-Columbia University)GenderBruno Schoumaker (Université Catholique de Louvain)Culture, Ethnicity, Race, Religion and LanguageJames Raymer (Australian National University)Population AgeingCheikh Mbacké (Centre de Recherche en Economieet Finance Appliquée de Thiès-CREFAT)Jane Falkingham (University of Southampton)Zeba Sathar (Population Council-Islamabad)Alaka M. Basu (Cornell University)Bussarawan Puk Teerawichitchainan (National University of Singapore)Data and MethodsSpatial Demography and Human GeographyPopulation Policy ChallengesHYDER
RBecomea sponsorStrengthen international networks andcollaboration by organising a side meeting,sponsoring an event or a thematic area relatedto your organisation’s work or hosting anexhibit stand. Side-meeting rooms will beavailable 4-5 December before the Conferencebegins as well as in the evenings after regularand plenary sessions. Exhibits offer 5 full daysto interact with conference delegates. Pleaseconsult the conference website for details ondates, times, costs and application procedures.Side-meeting and exhibit space will beallocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.Organisea Research LeadersessionIUSSP, established in 1928, is the international associationof population specialists. With over 2,000 members from 140countries, the IUSSP brings together researchers, policymakers,and others from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to address keyissues concerning population and sustainable development.IASP is a professional association of Indian demographers, publichealth specialists and development scientists, with a membershipof about 1,000. Its members have played key advisory roles tovarious arms of the government, including the Ministry of Healthand Family Welfare, and the Registrar General and CensusCommissioner. It publishes Demography India, a leading journalin India that disseminates peer-reviewed research on topics ofrelevance to the population sciences and development.About the OrganisersOrganisations engaged in research that is ofinterest to conference delegates are invitedto organise a sponsored research leadersession to highlight this work. The IUSSPhas reserved a limited number of slots onthe scientific programme for this purpose inexchange for sponsorship fees. Sponsor feesgo towards supporting the participation ofdelegates from LMIC countries to attend theconference. Interested organisations shouldcontact the Conference Secretary by email.The deadline to submit a proposal is 15September 2021. Visit the IPC2021 websitefor details and costs.International Organising Committee (IOC)Chair: U.V. Somayajulu* (IASP President, India)Vice-Chair: Tom LeGrand* (IUSSP President, Canada)IUSSP Council: Shireen Jejeebhoy* (IUSSP Vice-President, India),Nico van Nimwegen* (Secretary General & Treasurer, Netherlands),Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi* (Iran), Suzana Cavenaghi* (Brazil), Sam Clark(United States), Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue (Cameroon), Edith Gray*(Australia), Jean-François Kobiané* (Burkina Faso), David Lam (UnitedStates), France Meslé (France), Clémentine Rossier (Switzerland).Ex Officio Members: John Wilmoth (United Nations Population Division),Klaus Beck (UNFPA).Steering Committee Members of the Indian National OrganisingCommittee (NOC): AR Nanda*, KVR Subrahmanyam *(NOC ConferenceCoordinator), Leela Visaria*, KS James*.Conference Secretary: Mary Ellen Zuppan* (IUSSP Secretariat)*IOC Steering committee membersABAD
RegistrationAll persons attending the Conference are expected to registeronline and pay the registration fee by credit card, check or banktransfer to confirm their participation in the Conference.The IUSSP offers discounts to IUSSP members, host countrynationals and student members. Please go to the Conferencewebsite for details. Registration will open 15 September 2021.Key Dates01 March 2021Website opens for submission of papers and posters15 May 2021Last date for submission of papers or posters15 September 2021 Deadline to submit Sponsored Research Leader Session propositions Author notification for papers and posters Website opens for Conference Registrationand financial assistance applications15 October 2021Deadline for presenting authors to register to confirm programme slots01 November 2021Expiration of reduced early bird registration fee05 December 2021ContactFor details, please visit the Conference websitehttp://ipc2021hyderabad.iussp.org/or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org: seechange.inConference Opening Ceremony
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