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Call for Papers: Lagos, Nigeria
The call for papers is only open to undergraduates and recent graduates of the pre-NYSC program. The selection of papers will be coordinated and conducted by WillFran consulting and World Institute on Disability. The selection panel will only select 20 papers and the authors of these papers will be the ones to participate in the workshop.
Papers should address one of the following topics (full topic explanations available in the full PDF): Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Resilience, Accessibility Solutions, Digital Systems and Tools, Human Rights, Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3: Health and Well-Being, SDG 4: Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education, or Peace Building and Security.
The 20 selected papers with a focus on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and that adhere to the language guidelines will be prioritized and published on the World Institute on Disability website. The 20 authors will participate in a socially distanced 2 day workshop.
A requirement for publication of a selected paper requires that the author is fully available and present to attend all the sessions of the 2 day workshop.
Important Notification: If a paper whose author does not reside in Lagos is selected, no additional financial provisions will be made available to cover trans- port and accommodation. The individual will have to make personal provisions to cover their expenses. The consultancy will only make provisions for writing materials, lunch and tea break for participants during the 2 day workshop. The organizers will be adhering to ALL health precautionary measures as it relates to COVID-19.
(a) Abstracts should be not more than 250 words.
(b) Abstracts should be set out: the title of the paper, a short description of the topic to be addressed, a brief overview of the issues to be explored and the conclusion that will be reached from the research paper.
Abstracts should be submitted by 23rd July 2020 as email attachments to email@example.com, copying firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
All submissions must follow the above instructions in sending in their abstracts.
Please direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full details: Link to PDF Call for Papers
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