01.06.2016

International SEPT Alumni Conference 2016: Call for Papers

We are happy to announce the upcoming alumni conference, titled "Doing  Good with Business? – Corporate Social Responsibility, Social  Entrepreneurship, and Fair Trade", taking place Nov. 9-11 2016.

The conference is hosted by the Institute of Development Research and Development Policy (IEE) in Bochum (Germany) and organised in collaboration with its partners from HTW Berlin, University of Leipzig, and University of Duisburg-Essen.

Alumni of the MA programme in Development Management (MADM; IEE), the MA programme in International and Development Economics (MIDE; HTW Berlin), the Small Enterprise Promotion and Training Programme (SEPT; University of Leipzig), the MA programme in Development and Governance (Institute of Political Science (IfP); University of Duisburg-Essen), and the MA programme in International Relations and Development Policy (Institute for Development and Peace (INEF); University of Duisburg-Essen) are highly welcomed to submit proposals for participating at the conference.

Selected participants who are international alumni of the cooperating institutions will receive funding for their flight and accommodation. Please find more information in the attached call.

For further questions, please refer to alumni-conference-2016(at)rub.de

 

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