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RGS-IBG call for sessions to be sponsored by the participatory geographies research group

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Ruth Raynor <[log in to unmask]>

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Ruth Raynor <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 10 Dec 2018 11:58:43 +0000

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Dear all (apologies for cross posting) 


The Committee of the Participatory Geographies Research Group (PyGyRg) would like to invite proposals for sessions to be sponsored by the PyGyRg at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) (RGS-IBG).
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019, which will be chaired by Professor Hester Parr (Glasgow University), will have as its theme “ Geographies of Trouble/ Geographies of Hope.” PyGyRg members and those of the geographical and related communities are invited to propose sessions. We would welcome joint sessions with other research groups. Proposals should relate to our general interest in participatory geographies (http://www.pygyrg.co.uk), linking this in some way to the 2019 conference theme, although this is not absolutely necessary. We have listed the core aspects of our research group below.
Sessions may take the form of presented papers, panels, practitioner forums, discussions or workshops. Innovative sessions and formats are encouraged.

Date of RGS-IBG Annual Conference: Wednesday 28th to Friday 31st August 2019

Location: Royal Geographical Society, London 

Submitting Proposals for PyGyRg sponsored sessions: Proposals for, or questions about, PyGyRg sponsored sessions should be sent to  [log in to unmask] Proposals should be submitted on the RGS Session Proposal form (available here: https://www.rgs.org/research/annual-international-conference/programme-(1)/guidance-for-session-organisers/) by *Monday 7th January 2019* and should comprise:
 
 (i) Title of session;
 (ii) Name of Co-sponsoring groups, if applicable
 (iii) Name and Contact Details for Session Convenors
 (iv) Abstract, outlining scope of session  – 200 words max.
 (v) Number of session timeslots that are sought – this year session may not normally    occupy more than 2 time slots.
 (vi) Indication, if known, of preferred organization of session, e.g. 4 x 20min       presentation, plus 20min discussion or 5 x 15min presentation, with 5min question   for each, we  would   encourage you to be creative in your use of the format. Sessions   last 1 hour 40 mins
(vii) Indication, if known for any non-standard arrangements.

The PyGyRg can sponsor a total of 12 conference sessions.

As per previous years, the RGS is able to provide a limited number of passes for those who would be otherwise unable to attend due to the costs involved. As such we encourage you to think about the inclusion of non-academics in your session.
We will confirm whether we can sponsor your session by *Monday 21st January 2019*
If your session is accepted for sponsorship you must secure participants and complete the required paperwork by *Friday 15th February 2019* at the latest (preferably earlier).
Best wishes,
PyGyRg

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