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Rostock Retreat
Mon Jun 21 - Wed Jun 23

The Rostock Retreat is organized annually by the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

UCL Event
Tue Jun 22
As the Covid-19 pandemic has progressed, mounting evidence has highlighted its marked impact on children and young people’s mental health. Now that lockdowns are gradually easing across the UK and classrooms are re-opening, young people are having to adapt once again.
Logo of Tranforming Care Network
Thu Jun 24 - Sat Jun 26
Time is a key dimension that structures the social organization of care, care relations and interactions, and care experiences. Time is also inherent to the institutionalization and change of care regimes. As such, the analysis of care policies and practices cannot do without the incorporation of a temporal perspective. The Transforming Care Conference 2021 will provide an empirical and theoretical investigation and understanding of how time and temporality affect and are affected by care policies and care practice.
Event: 18th IMISCOE Annual Conference
Wed Jul 7 - Fri Jul 9
Crossing borders, connecting cultures Originally, the IMISCOE Conference should have taken place in Luxembourg in July 2020. However, due to the COVID-19-Pandemic, the conference had to be rescheduled to July 7-9, 2021. We warmly invite you to sent in your abstract or proposal and join us, face to face in Luxembourg for the 18th Annual Conference on July 7, 8 and 9, 2021.
Event: Summer School in Survey Methodology
Wed Jul 28 - Fri Aug 20
Lecturers and participants from all over the world and from many different fields come to Cologne to take part in Europe's leading summer school on survey methodology, research design, and data collection.
Event: ECPR General Conference 2021
Tue Aug 31 - Fri Sep 3
Following the unprecedented postponement in 2020, we are planning to bring the next ECPR General Conference to the University of Innsbruck, from 31 August – 3 September 2021. The celebration of our Golden 50th year, like most things in 2020, has not turned out the way we envisaged – in the ‘golden-roofed’ city of Innsbruck. Instead, what seemed like overnight, we found ourselves with a mammoth task at hand: to transition our flagship event and the largest gathering of political scientists in Europe into a virtual environment.