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2nd COST Action CA19103 LGBTI+ Social and Economic (in)equalities Summer School

Researching LGBTQI+ (in)equalities: a life cycle perspective

Venice International University, Isola di San Servolo, Venice – Italy

11th –13th July 2023

This is the call for applications to our 2nd Sunmmer School for CA19103.

Our Second Summer School is designed for PhD students and Early Career Researchers/Academics to analyse LGBTQI+ (in)equalities from a life cycle perspective. This involves analysis of (in)equalities during different life stages, transitions between phases and exploration into long term impact. The school will also cover data and methodologies (qualitative and quantitative) to facilitate research across the life cycle with a focus on impact and the role of stakeholder engagement.

The Summer School is designed for PhD students and Early Career Researchers (normally within eight years of the award of the PhD) in the field. This does not mean that individuals need to have LGBTQI+ topics as the primary focus of their PhD or research, but that they have interests in researching in this field and contributing to the growing body of knowledge and understanding. All disciplinary backgrounds will be considered.

Given the interactive nature of the school and planned group work, the number of participants is limited to 20. COST has allocated 20 funded places to cover accommodation, full board and travel expenses.

To apply, please follow the instructions on the linked Call for Applications Document by April 26th.

Venice Summer School – Call For Applications

Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their applications by May 5th. Successful applicants need to confirm attendance by May 12th.

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