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Please make sure that you submit your paper by 6 June to allow your other panel members time to read it in advance of the conference. You will find the option to upload your paper on your personal schedule page. Additionally, regarding the presentations, each panel session is 90 minutes. There should be at least 30 minutes reserved for questions (and ideally 40). You will thus need to time your presentations accordingly depending upon the number of papers on your panel, giving equal time to the discussant. 
Joel Davis posted in Human Rights (HR) on April 16, 2014
We are currently electing a Secretary and two individuals to the At-Large positions in the EXCOM.
All ballots must be returned by April 29th.
The Human Rights Joint 2014 Conference will be held in Istanbul, Turkey on June 16-18, 2014. The theme of the conference is Human Rights and Change. Please visit HR 2014's Program and Events page for additional details. We look forward to seeing everyone in Istanbul!

Thank you again for your interest in the Human Rights and Change conference. There has been an additional short delay in processing the large number of paper and panel proposals. We will release the program and send out acceptance letters on 6 February 2014. Registration will also open at that time. We appreciate your patience.

ISA Headquarters posted in Human Rights (HR) on January 15, 2014

Thank you for your overwhelming interest in our conference. With more than 300 individual papers, our volume of proposals far exceeded our expectations. We are delighted with this outcome though it presents us with the monumental task of carefully reviewing each and crafting our program. We plan to release our program on 30 January 2014. We will send out acceptance letter and also open our registration at that time. 

Submissions are open for the 2014 joint Human Rights conference in Istanbul. We're now  accepting paper and panel proposals. This year's conference theme is Human Rights and Change. Check out the Call for more information. We hope to see you there!
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