Young People's Politics - Call for PSA2024 Conference Papers
We are pleased to announce that the call for papers for the 2024 PSA Annual Conference in Glasgow is now open. 

The 74th PSA conference will be convened by the University of Strathclyde and will be held in person in Glasgow from 25-27 March 2024. 

Specialist groups can submit papers before the open public call for papers, so this is your opportunity to submit your paper directly to the Young People's Politics Specialist Group and have it accepted before the public open call for papers. 

We welcome proposals from researchers of all career stages, especially postgraduate and early-career researchers, on one of the following topics:
  • Young People’s Politics and the role of place in political participation
  • Young People’s Politics, activism, protest, people’s futures and intergenerationality
  • Young People’s Politics, electoral (non)participation, voting, youth wings and youth representation
  • Young People’s Politics, (in)equalities and (in)justices
  • Young People’s Politics, methodological and ethical challenges of doing research with young people on political engagement
  • Young People’s Politics - open traditional panel
Please use this form to indicate which panel you would like to propose a submission to and submit your proposal no later than Saturday, 2nd September. Please note that we do not accept submissions via email this year.

We only accept one proposed submission per person and reserve the right to make the final paper allocation. We may accept your paper for a different panel. Please also note that the PSA2024 will be held in-person only - there won't be an opportunity to participate online in 2024. If travelling to Glasgow presents an issue for you, please email us and we'll be able to let you know of other opportunities to present your research that are coming up soon.

Ana, Chika, Dena, Katherine, Sarah, and Christine 
On behalf of the PSA Young People's Politics Specialist Group 
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