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Annual RC 19 Conference
at the Central European University, Budapest (Hungary)

August 22-24, 2013

Social exclusion and the challenges of inclusion:
Social policies addressing intersecting inequalities

The International Sociological Association's Research Committee on Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (RC19) will hold its annual academic conference at the Central European University, hosted by the Center for Policy Studies (CPS). CPS is delighted to invite you to the 2013 RC19 annual conference in Budapest, Hungary.

The RC 19 annual conference brings together international scholars in the field of comparative welfare state and social policy studies, and encompasses a range of disciplines, including sociology, social policy, political science, and policy studies. RC 19 conference sessions are organized to reflect on the specific conference theme and also to discuss the ongoing research projects of RC 19 members.

The Annual Conference is open to members of ISA's Research Committee 19. It can be attended both by those individuals whose papers have been accepted for session presentations, and also by members who are simply interested in attending and taking part in the discussions.

The online paper submission system is now available until July 31, 2013. More information under Call for Papers/Paper submission.

Conference papers

Access to submitted conference papers is now available. More information under Program & Korpi's rule / Conference papers Access to the conference papers is restricted to registered participants.

Key dates

Submission of abstracts: February 11, 2013
Acceptance of abstracts: March 20, 2013
Registration opens: April 02, 2013
Regular registration deadline: May 31, 2013
Full paper submission deadline: July 31, 2013 - EXTENDED!
Late registration deadline: July 31, 2013

Keynote speakers

Miroslav Beblavy

(Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels, Belgium and Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia)
The Iron Curtain of mind: Are distinctions between "old" and "new" Europe in social science obsolete or not?

Birte Siim

(Aalborg University, Denmark)
Gender, Welfare and Democracy - an Intersectional Perspective

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Program Committee

Joakim Palme (Sweden)
ISA RC19 President
Professor, Department of Government, Uppsala University

Viola Zentai (Hungary)
Chair of the Budapest Program Committee
Director, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University

Júlia Szalai (Hungary)
Senior Research Fellow, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University

Andrew Cartwright (Hungary)
Research Fellow, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University

Thilo Bodenstein (Hungary)
Associate Professor, Department of Public Policy, Central European University

Lilla Jakobsz (Hungary)
Senior Program Manager, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University

Zsuzsanna Vidra (Hungary)
Research Fellow, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University

Viktória Kőszegi (Hungary)
Program Coordinator, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University