Panels requiring Chairs and/or Discussants

If you are attending the General Conference in Wrocław and would like to act as a Panel Chair and/or Discussant, the Panels listed below currently have positions available.

To find out what's involved, see our Guide to being a Panel Chair or Discussant.

Please confirm by emailing us with the name or Panel number as soon as possible, so we can add your details to the programme.

The following Panels require a Panel Chair

Section/
Panel number

Panel title

S21 P301 Preserving and (Re)telling in Transitional Justice
S21 P342 Seeking Justice in Contexts of Ongoing Violations
S38 P279 Political Theory
S38 P288 Politics in Asia II
S38 P310 Quantitative Analyses Based on States And/or Subnational Levels
S39 P232 Overcoming Injustice
S45 P172 Institutional Challenges for Democratisation
S63 P122 EU Foreign Policy and Autocratic States: Developing New Responses?
S63 P370 The Causes and Impact of Brexit

 

The following Panels require a Discussant

 

Section/
Panel number

Panel title

S04 P091 Digitalisation and its Impact on Learning
S04 P363 Teaching Politics and IR to Non-Subject Students
S08 P013 Aesthetics and Resistance
S08 P377 The Ethics of Political Encounters
S10 P325 Representation by National Parliaments and Parties in Times of Crisis
S11 P223 New Visions of the Welfare State
S11 P255 Policy Change and the Institutional Foundations of Welfare State Regimes
S12 P158 ICTs, Changes in Electoral Politics and Political Parties
S13 P080 Decentralisation and Ethnic Conflict
S13 P400 The Politics of Regional Reforms
S14 P050 Citizens in Plebiscites: Direct Democratic Innovations
S14 P425 The Second Wave of Democratic Innovations: Democratic Renewal or New Tyranny?
S15 P093 Dynamics of Conflict Escalation
S15 P138 Foreign Terrorist Fighters in Syria and Iraq: A Post-Mortem
S15 P165 Identity, Learning and Violent Extremism
S15 P281 Political Violence and the State
S15 P282 Political Violence in Non-Western Contexts
S15 P302 Processes of Political Violence and the Dynamics of Situational Interaction
S15 P464 Women and Violent Politics
S17 P067 Conflict and Cooperation in Natural Resource Politics
S17 P152 Green States?
S18 P068 Connections Between Business and Politics
S18 P154 How Political Parties Raise and Spend Money
S18 P240 Party Funding and its Effects
S19 P329 Researching Security Communities - Causal and Non-Causal Approaches
S20 P153 Heterogeneity of Power in Global Economic Order
S20 P334 Rising Powers in Global Economic Governance
S22 P379 The EU and Hybridity / as a Hybrid Concept
S23 P429 The UK Under Brexit: A Populism Research Laboratory?
S24 P201 Methodical Innovation in the Study of Interest Groups
S27 P315 Reconciliation and Post-Conflict Support
S27 P357 Successes and Failures of Peacebuilding: Policy and Practice
S28 P018 Applications of Global Public Reason
S28 P070 Constituent Power and Public Reason
S28 P438 Traditions of Justification for Human Rights and International Institutions
S30 P072 Contemporary Kantian Political Philosophers
S36 P004 1 The Ideas of a European Defence
S36 P007 3 Addressing Security Challenges in the Baltic Region through Multilateral Cooperation
S37 P101 Electoral Challenges: Inequality, Migration, Globalisation
S37 P184 Issue Voting
S38 P041 Challenges to Gender Sensitive Governance and Policy-Making in Post-Conflict Societies
S38 P205 Migration and Social Policy
S38 P245 Patterns and Determinants of Political Participation
S38 P249 Perspectives on European Union Politics and Policy
S38 P250 Perspectives on International Politics I
S38 P252 Perspectives on Political Parties I
S38 P271 Political Methodology
S38 P279 Political Theory
S38 P287 Politics in Asia I
S38 P288 Politics in Asia II
S38 P310 Quantitative Analyses Based on States And/or Subnational Levels
S38 P469 Corruption: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Studies
S41 P036 Candidate Selection
S41 P190 Legislative-Executive Relations
S41 P234 Parliamentary Scrutiny
S41 P415 The Responsiveness of Legislators
S42 P396 The Political Implications of Media and Journalistic Hybridity
S46 P063 Comparing Political Networks
S49 P378 The Ethics of Religion in Public Space
S50 P084 Democracy, Autocracy, and Paternal Presidentialism in Post-Soviet States
S54 P131 Facilitating Representation: Elite Behaviour and its Restrictions
S56 P219 Neoliberalism and Economic Crisis: Alternatives for Latin America
S56 P444 Turning Right: Political Strategies and Authoritarianism in Latin America
S57 P099 Electoral Behaviour I: Seat Allocation Methods and Territorial Patterns
S59 P230 Out in the Cold? Political Participation and Representation of Emigrants
S62 P274 Political Participation in the CEE Societies: From the Optimism of Accession to EU to Euroscepticism
S62 P388 The Interrelated Dynamics of Urban Environments, Social Media and Political Participation
S62 P420 The Role of Law and Institutions in the Legal Practice and Legal Requirements Dynamics
S63 P069 Consequences of the Freedom of Movement in the European Union: New Perspectives and Prospects
S63 P215 Multi-Level Governance in Europe: New Perspectives and Issues
S64 P407 The Psychology of Grievances and Political Activism
S64 P408 The Psychology of International Conflict and Cooperation
S64 P409 The Psychology of Passions: Emotions, Values and Political Orientations
S64 P410 The Psychology of Perceptions: Information Processing and Issue Preferences
S65 P351 Stakeholder Engagement as Accountability or Autonomy?
S67 P034 Bringing Together VAA Data and Party Research7


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