June 1, 2021
June 4, 2021
Online – Worldwide
May 5, 2021
The International Association for the Study of the Commons for Latin America (IASC) invites all its members to participate as organizers of discussion panels within the framework of the First Latin American Congress of the IASC entitled “The future of the commons in Latin America”. Interested parties must submit their presentations and panel proposals no later than April 30th, 2021.
The main objective of this event is to strengthen the networks of researchers in the region and promote the creation of links between researchers and other actors involved in the use and management of common goods in Latin America. Proposals that address the complexity of the social, political, economic, and cultural dynamics around the institutions of governance of common use resources in Latin America are welcome, as well as those that address emerging issues and future challenges. The priority thematic axes include 1) social and gender inequality; 2) the (neo) extractivist model and the energy transition; 3) common goods in urban areas, and 4) the impact of Covid-19 on collective action. Likewise, proposals are sought to encourage the participation of a diverse audience (researchers with different backgrounds, leaders of grassroots organizations, individuals involved in governance, etc.), with speakers from different countries in the region.
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Send Abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcement of accepted proposals: May 5, 2021
Registration begins May 5, 2021
All presenters must register by May 14, 2021
Publication of the conference program: May 17th, 2021