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On November 22-24 2013, the New Zealand Asian Studies Society is hosting their 20th biennial international conference in Auckland, with the theme of “Environment, Dislocation and Cultural Space.” This is an excellent entry point for DFDR researchers. Please see the website INDR colleagues, Jane Singer and Susanna Price, are putting together a panel entitled:

Concepts, Processes, and Case Studies of Development Forced Displacement (DFDR) and Climate Change-induced Displacement and Resettlement in Asia.

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They now invite papers on the topic of Development Forced- or Climate Change- Induced Displacement and Resettlement in Asia – or on both. If you know of others who may wish to contribute, please forward this event.

If attendance is possible, please send an abstract directly to Susanna and Jane by close of business, June 5th. This will enable them to put together the panel(s) and to meet the deadline for NZASIA abstract submissions and panel proposals.

Abstracts should be no more than 200 words. Please also supply the abstract title and the name, institutional affiliation and email address of the researcher/presenter.

Last Updated (Monday, 3 March 2014)