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INTEC Center for Gender Studies invites researchers to submit their papers for a conference

INTEC's Center for Gender Studies has held the Dominican Conference on Gender Studies since 2003, which has become an academic space for exchange, dissemination and debate on gender studies in the country

INTEC Center for Gender Studies invites researchers to submit their papers for a conference

SANTO DOMINGO. - The Center for Gender Studies Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (CEG-INTEC) will carry out the eleventh version of the Dominican Conference on Gender Studies, the days 8 and 9 of December of 2021, with a concentration on the subject of “Human Mobility a gender perspective at the challenges and inequalities in the new migratory contexts; trafficking in persons, nationality and refuge in the Dominican Republic ".

The CEG summons Dominican and foreign researchers to postulate their articles or research on the subject to include them in the book "Triggers look " which is published by the INTEC editorial, once the Conference ends.

The articles, which can be submitted through the link https://formularios.intec.edu.do/view.php?id=221958  In their structure they should have the following elements: title (Spanish and in English), abstract (Spanish and English): between 150 and 200 words, introduction, development: background, theoretical framework, discussion of results (if it is applied research), conclusion and references.

The columnists or researchers must include a bibliographic file (no greater than 8 lines) with name, academic training, institutional affiliation, publications made and email.

About the Conference

The Dominican Conference on Gender Studies is a permanent space for academic debate, which brings together members of the scientific, artistic and social movement communities to present the most relevant contributions to gender studies in the Dominican Republic.

Its objective is to develop an academic debate on the reality of gender relations in the Dominican Republic, disseminating research, studies and social interventions that make evident the expressions of discrimination based on gender in the country, revealing the disadvantageous consequences for women in the social, economic, political and cultural spheres to help uproot the causes that generate these inequalities.

The Center for Gender Studies of Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo CEG-INTEC has held the Dominican Conference on Gender Studies since 2003: "Building Knowledge for Equality." The Conference brings together members of the academic, scientific, artistic and social movement communities, women's and feminist organizations to analyze and disseminate the most relevant contributions of gender studies in the Dominican Republic.

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