Call for abstracts - Needs 2022: Global disasters
Disasters research is ever more salient today. Weather related incidents fueled by climate change have filled the news for years while the Covid-19 pandemic has overshadowed everything else during the past year and a half. The Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report highlights the need for immediate global attention and that radical societal transformation is required in the coming years to limit dangerous climate change. Global disasters, both present and future, have become part of common understanding and the public debate. What is the best response to the contagion of a novel virus? How can the next pandemic be avoided? Is it feasible to halt global warming? And how can we become resilient to more extreme weather events? These are all questions that are fundament to academic disaster studies, but can now be read in the newspapers or heard on the news almost on a daily basis. These questions can only be answered with an inter-disciplinary lens.
Call for abstracts
We have now opened up for submitting an abstract for this years NEEDS.
- Abstracts must fit into one of the panels. Please find all panels and their description here. In the registration form, please state on which panel you think your abstract will fit the best (in the case of panel cancellation, we reserve the right to allocate the abstract to another panel where it might also fit).
- All abstracts will be gathered on July 1st and sent to the respective panel responsible. Authors will be notified of acceptance of their abstract by email.
- Please note that the presenting author must attend in person in Copenhagen - this is a requirement.
- Your abstract must not be longer than 300 words
- Your abstract must be without references
- Deadline is no later than 1 July 2022 at 11:59PM (CEST) - the form-link will close at this time.
All abstract must be submitted via this online registration form
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Time: 1 Nov. - 3 Nov. 2022
Place: The Faculty of Law: Njalsgade 76, 2300 Copenhagen S.
Organizer: Copenhagen Center for Disaster Reserach (COPE), with Asian Dynamics Initiative and Global Development Network, University of Copenhagen.