Panel track #3 Microfinance to Start-up Bottom-up Social Changing Initiatives
the panel aims to gather researchers in the social sciences to discuss the following themes around Sustainable Development Goals no. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 17:
Financial inclusion and women empowerment (including sexual and reproductive rights)
Access to credit and social cohesion
Microfinance and right to education, health, housing and adequate standard of living
Microfinance and minority rights
Microfinance for climate change adaptation and mitigation actions
Drawbacks of financial inclusion: “financialisation of poverty”, debt trap, socio-economic vulnerability of borrowers, among others.
A call for papers is open to human rights scholars, researchers as well as Ph.D candidates up to 16 September 2018
Notification of acceptance will be sent by 10th October.
For accepted abstracts, the submission of a working paper before the Conference is strongly encouraged. This will also help the opportunities of publication.
There is no Conference fee.