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General Conference

30 August – 3 September 2021, Virtual event

  #ecprgc21

Participating in the capacity of Chair/Co-Chair, Discussant or Paper Presenter? Register by 26 July!

Our 2021 General Conference will be held as a fully virtual event from 30 August – 3 September. 

What to expect

  • Extended five-day timetable For more flexible scheduling
  • Bespoke online event platform For in-depth discussions, debates and fruitful scholarly exchanges
  • Option to pre-record your Paper presentation For showcasing your research to participants in any time zone
  • Recorded headline events For making sure you don't miss a beat
  • Observer registration For experiencing our flagship event to the full, even if you don't have an accepted proposal
  • Registration fees fixed at the 2020 level, plus a range of funding opportunities For greater accessibility to a wide audience
  • A series of exciting bonus sessions For staying connected, motivated and engaged

Registration fees

Standard

This is for individuals who have a participating role in the Conference in the capacity of Chair, Discussant or Paper Presenter.

ECPR Member £100.00
ECPR Member Student £50.00
ECPR Non-Member £200.00
ECPR Non-Member Student £100.00

Standard registration is now open. Registration deadline is Monday 26 July, midnight BST.

Observer

ECPR Member £50.00
ECPR Member Student £25.00
ECPR Non-Member £100.00
ECPR Non-Member Student £50.00

Observer registration opens on Thursday 29 July.

About our General Conference

As a leading industry event, the General Conference continues to facilitate and nurture the development of political science across Europe; delivering an interactive and engaging platform for discussion, debate and innovative thinking. With around 500 Panels across c.70 Sections, the academic programme covers the breadth of political science; developed and delivered by high-profile members of the profession. 

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