You are now welcome to submit your abstract to one of the Thematic Panels presented below.
The Thematic Panels are organized within a certain theme and are hosted by the Convenor(s) who has suggested the theme. Once the Call for Papers is closed Jan 31st 2018, the TCC Organizers and the Convenor will select 4 papers to be presented at the conference and 2 papers to be contributed.
Please read through the presentations of the Thematic Panels in order to identify which panel you would like to participate in. There is also the option of submitting your abstract to an open session.
Once you have identified the Thematic Panel which is relevant for your abstract, you submit your abstract to a particular Thematic Panel via the Call for Papers. Click here to view the Call for Papers.
The TCC Organizers will be responsible for finally distributing the papers to the various Thematic Panels.
Please note that the paper must be submitted to the closed conference site June 1st 2019 at the latest.
Thematic Panels 2019:
- Managing care priorities in practice: leadership dilemmas in different contexts
- Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities
- Reablement as a mechanism for sustainability and active long-term care
- Technology for care and living: Solutions and challenges
- Technologizing Care: Conflicts, Paradoxes and Priorities
- The intergenerational mutual interdependence in aging societies
- Marketisation of care: Strategic policy approach or unintended corollary?
- Institutional violence and protect human rights of older people: Quality procedures
- Making the informal formal. Incentivizing the role of family care givers and migrant care workers in the provision of long term care within the home
- Childcare, equality and wellbeing for all: Is it possible?
- Care as a labour market: Care occupations and professions between quality and contractual arrangements
- After Austerity Policies: Trends for Care and Gender Equality
- Challenges to ageing in place: Potential risks of isolation and abandonment for frail older people living at home
- Priorities for quality of care and user-centred care – implications for formal and informal care workers
- Changing Cultural Ideas and Care Policies across Welfare States and Policy Levels
- Care regimes and task division – comparative evidence
- Men, work and care in contemporary families
- Comparative perspectives on live-in care migration
- Social and Health Care Policies for Elderly Migrants in Europe
- Transforming care work: Impact on working conditions and job quality
- Inequalities and care needs in old age
- What ECEC services in the context of rising child poverty?
- Care in South America: Challenges and tensions in research and public policies
- Changing priorities of disability policies and care/assistance for disabled people in different care regimes
- Collaboration with Volunteers and NGOs to Tranform Care: Valuing Unpaid Care Work