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:
- Intersectionality in Care
- ECEC services after covid-19: searching to combine sustainability, safety, quality
- Time in disability policies and in support for disabled people in different care regimes
- Transforming Care Policies in Light of Global COVID-19 Pandemic: Different Welfare Regimes, Different Paths?
- Conflicts and compromises between temporalities of care work and temporalities of employment
- Professionalizing or de-professionalizing care work embedded in the changing institutional setting of elderly care
- Inequalities and care needs
- Imagining an Alternative Future: Aging and Caring in a Co-housing
- Long-term care in life course perspective: novel theoretical and empirical findings
- Care Work in the Household under Time Pressure: Coping Strategies and Precarious Time Frames?
- Time to care: critical perspectives on “fast policy regimes” and anticipatory techniques in care policy
- Negotiating and arranging care during the COVID-19 pandemic and shifting grounds: the effectiveness of policies in shaping a responsive and resilient care system
- How to measure care? Innovative reflections and proposals with quantitative and qualitative approaches
- Comparing long-term care policies in time and space: Historical developments and cross-country variations
- The changing meaning of informal care
- COVID-19 and Long-term care for older people – international policy responses and learnings
- Open Panel – (Grand)parenting time and temporality
- Open Panel – Long-term care time and temporality
- Open Panel – Migrant care work
- Open Panel – Technology and care
- Open Panel – Work-life balance