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Call 12: Intergenerational Inequalities
CEPS, Brussels, Belgium

Scholarship / Financial aid: reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs

Date: 3-5 November 2014

Deadline: 1 September 2014

Open to: policy makers, practitioners, PhD students and early-stage researchers

Announcement follows

General information
Inequality has become one of the biggest social, economic and political challenges of our time. Yet, policymakers remain reluctant to confront it head on. We therefore decided to make it the topic of our 5th InGRID winter school, to create a bridge between the state-of-the-art literature and political perceptions of this issue.

This winter school will bring together scholars, experts as well as policy makers and practitioners to analyse the most pressing issues within the concept of inequality in a cross-country comparative way as well as through country case studies.

Over 2 days we will look at inequality from different angles and in relation to specific topics, such as:

a) intergenerational justice and welfare state,

b) education

c) corruption and politics

d) finance.

We will also look at relationship between social and spatial mobility, with a focus on Roma.

The final half day will provide the opportunity for researchers to present their work to allow on-the-spot discussions and networking.


The Winter School takes place at CEPS, Brussels (Belgium).

Who is eligible to apply?
Participation to the School is free of charge, and participants may be eligible for reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs.

Financial Information

The winter school is aimed at policy makers and practitioners, PhD students and early-stage researchers.

Candidates for the winter school should fill in the application form on our website before 01/09/2014, including a short motivation note. Participants coming from the Academia are also expected to submit the abstract of a paper or research task related to inequality and social mobility. In case of policy makers and practioners, applicants will be asked to send an abstract or a short presentation of the report/policy programme they are willing to present.

Applications will be evaluated by CEPS, Stockolm University and HIVA. Candidates will be informed at the latest 15/09/2014 about acceptance to the school.

Participation to the school is free of charge, and participants may be eligible for reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs.

Applicants should:

For Policy makers and practioners:

_Have experience or interest in challenges related to inclusion and inequality.
_Should be available to present a policy report or discuss how and why inequality did matter/did not matter in their policy programme.

For Researchers:

_Be enrolled in a PhD programme, or have completed a PhD or hold a post-doctoral fellowship.
_Have experience or interest in undertaking interdisciplinary research on social inclusion and inequality.
_Confirm the availability to present a paper or poster during the event.


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