Call for Papers: 7th African Population Conference

UAPS

Deadline: 31 July 2015 - 12:00am

Dates: 30 - 4 December 2015

Website: http://uaps2015.princeton.edu/

Where: Johannesburg, South Africa

Conveners: Government of South Africa, Union for African Population Studies (UAPS)

Every four years, The Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) organizes a general conference on the African population. The aim of this conference is to share and disseminate research evidence on population and development issues and explore ways for applying the research evidence to improve policies and programs aimed at uplifting the well being of people in Africa. The conferences include various capacity building activities targeted at young scholars and provide opportunities for networking and knowledge sharing among researchers, policymakers, programme managers, international development partners, and other key stakeholders in the population field.

The seventh African Population Conference will be jointly hosted by the Government of South Africa and UAPS between 30 November and 4 December 2015 on the theme “Demographic Dividend in Africa: Prospects, Opportunities and Challenges”. Submissions are invited for research papers, assessments of best practices, proposals for workshops, posters and exhibitions under the sessions grouped across the 16 sub-themes listed here.

The online submission process is explained on the conference website. The deadline for submitting papers or abstracts is 31 July 2015.

 

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2 Responses to “Call for Papers: 7th African Population Conference”

  1. Burunde Hannington

    This is a very interesting and appropriate topic at this time when many African countries are faced with the challenge of a youth bulge and the the socio-economic implications it comes with. I would like to be part of this exchange of ideas, experiences and good practices since my country Uganda is facing the same challenges. I request that I get registered both as a participant and a presenter of a paper that shares my country’s experience in setting the stage for harnessing Uganda’s Demographic Dividend.

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    • BrendonB

      Hi Burunde,

      Thanks for your interest. Please contact the conference organisers directly to register.

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