Thematic Panels

Thematic Panels are parallel sessions hosted by Panels’ convenors that, within the general conference theme, address a specific topic. Thematic Panels are parallel sessions hosted by Panels’ convenors that, within the general conference theme, address a specific topic.

List of Thematic Panels:

  1. Family transitions: rethinking care in the face of changing household constellations
  2. (Out of) Care in Crisis – Analyses and activist initiatives in the post-pandemic period
  3. Digital Technologies and Care in Crisis Contexts: Re-drawing Boundaries
  4. Pushing the boundaries of ECEC: New actors, practices, and technologies
  5. Care, surveillance and vulnerability: boundaries and limits of care
  6. Boundaries of inclusion and benefits? Assessing the generosity of long-term care systems worldwide
  7. Whole system reform in social care
  8. Social care and disabled people: Geographical and social boundaries
  9. Inequalities and care needs
  10. The Care-Migration Systems Nexus: De-centring ‘global north’ perspectives
  11. Transforming Masculinity and Care: gendered boundaries and carers’ lives in transition
  12. Ageing, disability, care and (inter-)dependency
  13.  Pathways into and across care
  14. Contemporary maternity and paternity in Latin America: transitions and boundaries towards shared care
  15. Exploring innovative collective care practices in housing and communities
  16. Boundaries of belonging in older people’s care networks
  17. Public administration reforms in long-term care service organisation: de-bureaucratizing, democratising, and improving labour conditions.
  18. Labour market, working conditions and employment relations in the care sector: old and new challenges and new solutions in crisis contexts
  19. Commercial actors and care entrepreneurs in elderly care markets
  20. The Role of Cultural Ideas in the Development of Childcare Policies and Long-Term Care Policies 
  21. The (changing) involvement of civil society in elderly- and disability care
  22. Climate crisis and long-term care: where are the links, boundaries and transitions?
  23. ‘Educating communities’ in times of multiple crises. Pursuing social inclusion, equal opportunities and contrast to (educational) poverty of children
  24. Access barriers to early childhood education and care (ECEC): spatial, temporal and structural challenges