The 4th Global Conference on Women's Studies
Following the success of the third edition of the Global Conference on Women’s Studies, we are excited to announce the 4th edition of this premier academic event. Attended by scholars, researchers, and scientists from around the world, WOMENSCONF is more than an academic event. It’s a community and a knowledge platform. The connections that you make at the event and the memories from learning and networking sessions will last you long after the event is over.
This women’s studies conference will zoom in on pressing challenges in the field and the barriers that communities face on a global, regional, and local levels in their fight for gender equality. WOMENSCONF 2022 will take place in the lively city of London, United Kingdom, on the 24th– 26th of November. While we are looking forward to meeting our attendees at the venue, if you can’t travel to London, make sure to register as a virtual participant.
Mark WOMENSCONF 2022 on your calendar – this is a must-attend event on women’s studies.
Conference Key Information
Be an oral presenter of the 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies 2022 and present your research to a truly international audience. Presentation slots are limited, so early submission is strongly encouraged. Send your abstract today.
Send your research paper to be a poster presenter at the women studies conference 2022 and show your research work to the audience throughout the conference days.
If you can’t attend the conference in person but want to share your research with our international community, join as a virtual presenter.
Attending the 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies 2022 will provide an opportunity to network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in the same or similar fields.
The Organizing Committee will offer all participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about London’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide.
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Special Panel Session
Women and the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic caused unprecedented disruption to the lives of millions of people around the world and left disproportionate and devastating impacts with far-reaching consequences on women. Such impacts and responses to them have to be addressed and analyzed elaborately today to transform them into proper responses in times of crisis.
Proposal Submissions of an interdisciplinary nature focusing on the main theme of “Women and COVID-19 Pandemic” are highly encouraged to join this panel session. Topics may include but not limited to Domestic Violence, Women’s Health, Economic Shocks, Unpaid Care Work, Health Care Workers, Women’s Education, Young Women and Girls, Women in Conflict Areas, Migrant Women, Women in Leadership, Justice for Women, Politics and Women.
- Activist Art
- Challenging Male Dominance
- Climate crisis and Environmental activism
- Cyber Feminisms—Blogs, Zines, and Reproductive Rights
- Disabled women
- Economic developments and the legal system
- Equity and equality
- Family history
- Family policies
- Feminism and decolonial praxis
- Feminism and Nationalism
- Feminist pedagogy and writing
- Feminist theory
- Gender and communication
- Gender and Intersectionality
- Gender and Migration
- Gender and Sexual Diversity
- Gender Equality and Educational Systems
- Gender equality policies
- Gendered and Sexual Diversities
- Gendering the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Humanities relating to women and to gender
- Implementation of gender equality
- Implementing law
- Inheritance rights
- Law and accountability
- Laws and Policies
- Legal remedies
- Men as allies in the struggle
- Motherhood and Work-Life Balance
- Popular and Folk cultures
- Resocialization of Men
- Social justice
- Socialization of boys
- Standpoint theory
- Toxic Masculinity
- Trafficking and Prostitution
- Transgender Rights and Sexual Diversity
- Transnational feminist theory
- Women and Islamic Sharia
- Women and Religion
- Women Empowerment and Social Change
- Women in Politics and Public Administration
- Women, Climate Change and Inequality
- Women, Media and Technology
- Women’s history
- Women’s Human rights
- Women’s human rights
- Women’s Spirituality and Religion
- Women’s Success Stories
- Women’s vulnerabilities
Please send your abstract for evaluation by the Scientific Committee and if abstract is accepted, submitter must provide full text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding. Read More
Full paper Format
We accept the submission of high-quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research in all of the topic areas mentioned. Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Read More
Women’s Studies Conference Peer-reviewed Journal Publication
The Journal of International Women’s Studies
Plagiarism Policy & Publication Ethics
The 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies follows strict anti-plagiarism policies and, as such, checks every submission for plagiarism using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate. All articles submitted to the conference first undergo a plagiarism check before being sent to our scientific committee for review. The submission will be automatically rejected at any time if found plagiarized. If you’d like to find out more information about the iThenticate software, click on the following link: https://www.crossref.org/services/similarity-check/
First Visit London?
One-Day city tour free of charge
London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. The city is diverse in nature, with over 230 languages spoken and a wealth of different cultures and communities. London is an academic hotspot, with the most universities in any UK city. It is home to 18 universities in total. With Europe’s largest concentration of higher education institutions, it includes Imperial College London in natural and applied sciences, the London School of Economics in social sciences, and the comprehensive University College London. London is not exactly a cheap option for students. Despite the high costs, London has claimed the title of the best student city in the world for two years in a row.
Get inspired in London with the conference free City Tour!