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IPSA Newletter, November 2019

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IPSA NEWS - November 2019
 
 
We are excited to announce that we received over 7,000 paper and 600 panel proposals for the 2020 IPSA World Congress in Lisbon.
 
We would like to thank all those who submitted proposals and our session chairs.
 
The review process has begun and the Proposal notifications will be sent by email as of 22 January 2020.
 
Visit the Congress website for details on visa requirements, accommodation and information on sunny Lisbon!k
 
 
UN DAY CELEBRATED AT CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 
 
In commemoration of United Nations Day on 24 October 2019, the United Nations Association of Canada of Greater Montréal, in partnership with the Montréal Institute of International Studies IEIM-UQÀM, IPSA and Concordia University, has organized an event on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.ink
 
 
PROF. CHRISTOPHER ISIKE AT ANGOLAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION WORKSHOP
 
IPSA Vice President and Executive Committee Member Prof. Christopher Isike represented IPSA at the "Teaching Practices and Models of Political Science Courses Across Southern Africa and Beyond” workshop organized by the Angolan Political Science Association on 30 October 2019 and delivered a keynote titled “Political Science for whom? Reflections on Teaching and Learning Political Science in Nigerian and South African Universities”.
 
BECOME AN IPSA MEMBER FOR 2020
 
Explore the many advantages and services of becoming an IPSA member and renew your membership for 2020 now. Your involvement with IPSA is crucial to furthering our mission to promote the advancement of political science throughout the world.
 
IPSA Membership Benefits
1. Register for IPSA World Congress 2020 in Lisbon, on 25-29 July
2. Connect with the IPSA Community
3. Promote your Work
4. Take part in IPSA Research Committees
5. Access to Online Publications
6. Past Conferences Proceedings Library
 
 
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Events, Jobs, Call for Proposals
 
Events
3-4 Feb 2020
Lucerne, Switzerland
 
Call for Papers
11-14 August 2020
Reykjavik, Iceland
Deadline: 15 Dec 2019
 
Jobs
Lund, Sweden
Deadline: 2 Dec 2019
 
 
MEMBERS' BOOKS
IPSA Members' Latest Releases
 
Edited by
Selma K. Sonntag
Mark Turin
 
WORKSHOP ON PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES
Organized by RC08 - Legislative Specialists
 
IPSA Research Committee 08 - Legislative Specialists organized a workshop on the role of parliamentary committees at Universidad de Valencia in Spain on 23-24 October 2019.
 
Twelve scholars from various countries presented and discussed a common framework for analysis together with papers on parliamentary and legislative committees in Arab countries, Australia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Norway, Spain, Turkey, and the UK.
 
What’s New on the IPSAportal?
 
1. Recently released, the 2019 World Happiness Report confirms the positioning of Gallup's World Poll as a primary source of global data behind life satisfaction rankings. Widely published and shared by the news media - The EconomistCNN and Bloomberg among others - the report discusses happiness and communities, how happiness has changed over a dozen years and how information technology, governance and social norms influence communities. Research Institute on the IPSAPortal
 
2. Every three or four years since 1999, Chapel Hill has conducted surveys to analyze how national parties in diverse European countries position themselves on European integration, ideology and priority political issues. The number of countries and parties included in the database has increased significantly over the years. Countries have doubled in number, from 14 in Western Europe in the first wave, to 24 in the third in 2006, and reaching 31 in the latest 2014 survey. Parties have also increased from 143 in 1999 to 268 in 2014. Reports and data are available on the website.
 
3. Founded in 2004, the Global Barometer Survey coordinates five regional barometers: The Afrobarometer for Africa, the Asian Barometer for Asia and South East Asia, the Latinobarómetro for America Central and South America, the Arab Barometer for the Middle East and Eurasia Barometer for the countries of the former Soviet Union. The complex operation has the main goal of improving data comparability, starting with the elaboration of a common agenda and the pursuit of standardization of the methodology. The starting point is the questionnaires, inspired by the rigour of the translation and the safeguarding of regional specificities regarding the proposed items. Methodological indications, questionnaires, objectives, themes, as well as technical information, can be found on the website site, together with some indications of the results.
 
 
 

 

Опубликовано: 20.11.19