CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS
Calling for interested people to submit abstract (max. 250 words) and paper in broad of topics of migration, gentrification and environmental issues. Please email to iicis@fisip.unila.ac.id with subject ABSTRACT_LAST NAME_TITLE

The accepted abtracts and papers will be presented in individual panels or group panels (by request). Papers will be published in Proceeding indexed Atlantis Press*, and accreditated Indonesian Journals*.

Migration

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Gentrification

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Environmental

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Migration

The conference is giving board scope discussion of migration. Migration has an obligation to demystify the complexity and diversity of human mobility and environmental change. Migrants’ issues provide contributions in an era of disinformation, children and unsafe migration, migration and health (among others).

Accessibility of data enable diaspora to share their value the world of things, events, conditions, ideas and so forth. In the future, their knowledge will guide us to understanding of the issues, the problems that underlie them, the people and organizations involved, the possible approaches that can be taken, potential futures, and most importantly, the natural world itself.

  • Social Capital and Movement (Diaspora)
  • Political Identity
  • Human Trafficking

Gentrification

Gentrification is also one of the vital issues at the global level, especially in the global south countries such as Indonesia, China and Brazil. On this importance, Oscar was named and awarded the South Korean movie entitled the Parasite as the best movie in 2020. By taking the issue of housing and poor in South Korea, this movie has argued that gentrification is one of the most substantial problems not only in South Korea but also another part of the world. The growing of the middle class in Indonesia, it subsequently becomes on the importance of this issue within the Indonesian context. Thus, failing to tackle these two issues, it would massively influence the future environmental policy within a particular country.

This conference will then provide an immense opportunity to academia around the world to discuss the current issue and debate on gentrification especially in the global south countries. Instead of the environmental problems, the housing and urban policies are two main areas that are less attractive to be studied primarily in the context of Indonesian social scientist. According to Hwang and Sampson (2014, p.726), “Gentrification has inspired considerable debate, but direct examination of its uneven evolution across time and space is rare”. This conference aims to bridge that gap and providing a systematic assessment on the gentrification narrative in global south countries. Thus, this conference provides a “big room” for the participants to share their knowledge and view on this issue.

  • Urban Planning
  • Urban Politics
  • Urban and Health Policy
  • Technology and campaign

Environmental challenges

Environmental situations are in critical. Bushfires, deforestation, biodiversity loss, endangered animals become highlight of the early 2020. These conditions could cause by human activities, or even development support by the economic activities.

Climate change become the highlight in responding the nature’s condition (natural disaster). Problems occurs on human’s livelihood. People’s try to find solution by developing disaster management, waste management, and also developing green businesses. There are also some debating still going on who to blame and how human should response with the critical conditions.

  • Safety & Disaster Management
  • Climate Change
  • Food Security
  • Development Issues

Important Date


Abstract Submission
Acceptance Announcement
Full Paper Submission
Revision Process
Final Paper Submission
Conference Date
1 March – 8 May 2020
19 May 2020
19 May – 29 June 2020
29 June – 25 July 2020
25 July 2020
14 – 15 September 2020