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Call for Papers: Cross Border School: Knowledge and Practice on the Border

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Call for papers – Cross Border School: Knowledge and Practice on the Border
 
Date: 24 October 2017
Location: Universidad Extremadura, Cáceres
 
On 24 October 2017, the Association for European Border Regions (AEBR), together with the Nijmegen Centre for Border Research at the Radboud University, will organize the first edition of the “Cross Border School”, as part of the Annual Event of the AEBR in Extremadura. 

As a growing cross-border cooperation community “is haunting Europe and other continents” in terms of researchers, practitioners, and beneficiaries and an important amount of EU funds and national co-financing is devoted systematically to this type of cooperation every year, there is a stronger demand of for showcasing practises, results and impact. 

The “Cross Border School” originates from the frequently perceived communication gap between science and practice, not only in terms of communicating research to professionals, but also in terms of feeding and feedback from professionals to academics. The mission of the “Cross Border School”, therefore, is to create and nourish an environment where academics and professionals are equals, and share and learn from each other’s experiences in a more horizontal, interactive manner. 

For this first edition of this “Cross Border School”, which is scheduled to become an annual event, the chosen broad theme is “Knowledge and Practice on the Border”. The event will consist of plenary lectures and concurrent workshops of different forms such as presentation sessions, discussion sessions poster-sessions. Within the overarching theme, possible topics for the parallel session include, but are not limited to:
•	Cross-border flows
•	Cross-border sustainability
•	Cross-border security
•	Cross-border entrepreneurship
•	Cross-border governance
•	Migrant settlement
•	Overcoming (re)borders
•	Cross-border culture
•	Cross-border health
•	Cross-border water management (and other natural resources)

There are several ways for you to participate in this event. Of course, you are most welcome to join as a (active) participant. Participant registration will start in the near future, whereas this call for papers invites you to send in a contribution to the curriculum. The ways for you to contribute are either by sending an abstract for a presentation in one of the parallel sessions, signing up as a discussant or panellist, or providing a poster presentation. It is also possible to provide us with a full workshop. 

In case of an abstract for a presentation this could be for a:

1.	Regular Lecture
a presentation of a research-project or effective practices for the audience to learn from (proposed duration: 20 minutes presentation, 10 minutes discussion). 

2.	Discussion: Conceptual knowledge
providing a short presentation of potentially useful concepts or methods leading to a discussion on how to implement or apply this in other settings (thus strengthening the applicability of the concept or method (proposed duration: 10 minutes introductory pitch, 20 minutes discussion). 

3.	Discussion: Case-studies
providing a short presentation of a case (either based on academic research results or a practical experiences) leading to a discussion how to approach this case from the perspectives of the audience, with their respective knowledge and experience (proposed duration: 10 minutes introductory pitch, 20 minutes discussion).

You may send in proposals using the link below:

https://www.ru.nl/nsm/imr/our-research/research-centres/about-ncbr/conferences-seminars/call-papers-cross-border-school/

We look forward to your submissions!

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