Call for papers: 13th Poverty and Social Protection Conference

13th Poverty and Social Protection Conference [PSPC2023] accepts the following types of submissions and they will be evaluated as follows:

Academic submissions:
1.  Currency, importance, and relevance to the conference themes
2. Clearly states purpose and outcome
3. Clearly states design methodology and findings* (applicable for complete research papers)
4. Originality and innovation
5. Clarity of abstract as indicator of presentation quality

Professional and personal development:
1.  Relevance to conference themes
2. Clearly states purpose and outcome
3. Idea flow as and indicator of presentation quality
4. Creative and inspirational
5. Contains applicable and beneficial items

NGO, Government, Non-Profit:
1.  Relevance to conference themes
2. Clearly states purpose and outcome
3. Idea flow as an indicator of presentation quality
4. Clearly stated implementation
5. Societal impact

Proposals are accepted on a rolling admission basis as long as space is available or by December 15th 2022* at the latest and are to be be submitted along with application form. All submissions will be peer reviewed and acceptance/rejections is based on criteria specified above, as well as professional and personal background of the applicant, in order to ensure a diverse learning environment. Admission decisions are made on a rolling admission basis, within working 10 days after the application has been received. 

​*Admission may close earlier than the date stated above if space in the conference fills up.