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Aus Mitteln der VolkswagenStiftung kann zum 1.10.2018 an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg das Forschungskolleg „Modellierung von Kulturgeschichte am Beispiel des Germanischen Nationalmuseums: Vermittlungskonzepte für das 21. Jahrhundert“ eingerichtet werden, das der Lehrstuhl für Kunstgeschichte gemeinsam mit dem Germanischen Nationalmuseum (GNM) konzipiert hat.

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25th ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE - SOCIAL SECURITY AT THE CROSSROADS? LEARNING FROM THE PAST, IMAGINING THE FUTURE


Foundation for International Studies on Social Security (FISS)

4-6 June 2018 – Sigtuna, Sweden

Is the welfare state coming to an end? What can research tell us about the ongoing threats to social security in different parts of the world, and the ways forward? The Foundation for International Studies on Social Security (FISS) is pleased to invite paper proposals for its 25th Anniversary International Conference to be held on 4-6 June 2018 at the Sigtunahøjden conference centre in Sigtuna, Sweden (close to Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport). We are anticipating a bumper attendance this year, so please get your submissions in as early as possible.

Few international research-focused organisations that run on a voluntary basis can claim as long a pedigree as FISS. The 2018 anniversary conference celebrates this achievement by reflecting on what we have learnt from the past and what this implies for the future of social security. Financial austerity and recurring economic crises, demographic and climate change, armed conflict and new migration patterns, as well as political unrest and the rise of populist or extremist ideas in political discourse raise new challenges for social security. Is it now the time to introduce moreradical approaches to policy?

The conference will provide a robust but relaxed forum for researchers and policy makers to come together and discuss issues related to the design, financing, delivery and impact of social security.

For this anniversary event, we are pleased to announce an impressive array of Keynote speakers and topics:

- Tim Smeeding (University of Wisconsin) - Child Poverty and Public Policy in Anglo-Saxon Countries

- Tania Burchardt (London School of Economics) - Intra-Household Allocation of Resources: Implications for Deprivation and Poverty Across Europe

- Olli Kangas
(Director of Government and Community Relations, Kela, The Finnish Social Insurance Institution) - What Can We Learn from Large-scale Experiments: Experimenting with Basic income in Finland?

- Qin Gao (Columbia University) - China’s War on Poverty: Will It Succeed?
 
We also offer a special forum session on the research experiences and insights of leading scholars in the field. The theme of this special forum session is “My Brilliant Career: Achievements, Regrets and Mistakes”.

As always, there is a FISS best Paper Prize, awarded in collaboration with the Journal of Policy and Social Justice (Policy Press).

The main program includes submitted papers on social security
(defined broadly). FISS welcomes submissions containing the title of the paper, the author name(s), affiliation(s) and an abstract of no more than 300 words by
30 March 2018.

Submissions should be sent as an email attachment to the FISS Conference organisers at the Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy (University of Antwerp) at the following address: 
Vicky.meys@uantwerpen.be.

Authors will be informed of whether or not their paper has been accepted no later than 20 April 2018.

More information about the conference and conference venue is available at the FISS
website.

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