The ESRC-funded Welfare conditionality: sanctions, support and behaviour change project is pleased to announce a major international conference on welfare conditionality. It will be of interest to a broad range of academics, policymakers and practitioners with interests in welfare conditionality and its role as part of wider ongoing welfare state reforms.
Bookings are now open.
12 March: the deadline for abstracts has now passed. Many thanks to everyone who has sent an abstract: it promises to be an excellent event.
We’ve become aware that some academic colleagues may have had difficulty meeting our conference abstracts deadline of 28 February, because of the current industrial action. So we’ve extended the deadline to 5pm on Friday 9 March. Find full details of our call for papers here. Send your abstracts to the conference email address firstname.lastname@example.org. The dates for the international conference are 26-28 June 2018.
Our project has extended the deadline for abstracts to our international welfare conference until Wednesday 28 February. Please send us your abstract by the end of that day for inclusion. The conference email address is email@example.com
The conference is being held on 26-28 June, 2018, at the University of York. Full details of suggested topics for conference papers are here.
Delegates to our international conference next year can get a bargain by booking early. The early bird rate will now be available until Wednesday 7 February, giving plenty of time to send in abstracts for papers first. The conference runs from 26 to 28 June 2018 and delegates attending the full three days can save more than £30 with an early bird booking. Read More
We welcome proposals for papers from those working within and beyond the social sciences on any aspects of welfare conditionality and associated debates
An early bird discount applies to bookings made before 7 February 2018. Read More