The impact of COVID-19 crisis on diverse democratic perspectives through gender perspective
Project HEARD - 101080161 (CERV)
We warmly welcome you to the international scientific conference, which is organized as part of the implementation of the CERV HEARD project entitled »The impact of COVID-19 crisis on diverse democratic perspectives through gender perspective«. The conference will take place in MS Teams virtual environment on 30th of January 2024, 9 AM CET to 3 PM CET.
Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto (SI), CBE SUD Luberon (FR), Associazione Inco-Molfetta (IT), Nordic Diaspora Forum (SE), FAJUB (PT), The Institute Of Entrepreneurship Development (GR), FECE (BG), Commune di Vimercate (IT), Cardet (CY) and Municipality Mislata (SP),
invite you to the international scientific conference with the title “The impact of COVID-19 crisis on diverse democratic perspectives through gender perspective”, which will be held virtually on 30th of January 2024 in MS Teams environment (ON-LINE).
The main purpose of the conference is to comprehensively analyze and clarify the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on democratic systems, human rights, and the balance between work and personal life for women, with a particular emphasis on gender-related issues. This requires a thorough examination of the impact of the crisis on fundamental aspects of democracy, such as civic participation, political representation, and processes of government. Additionally, it involves evaluating the degree of human rights violations, as demonstrated by limitations imposed on the freedom of movement and assembly. Particular emphasis will be given to the distinct obstacles faced by women in attaining a harmonious relationship between their professional and personal lives amidst the pandemic.
This call is an invitation for contributors/discussants who conduct research in the areas covered by the conference panels. Our intention is to engage into a meaningful discussion between the moderator, the contributors themselves and the audience. Therefore, contributors will be asked to present short communications of approx. 5-10 minutes to showcase outcomes of their research and/or to turn attention to important challenges and developments.