The call for proposals to host the 17th Annual Conference of the Young Academics Network from the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) in 2023 is now published.
As a part of its remit, each year, the Association of European Schools of Planning Young Academics (AESOP YA) network invites AESOP member schools to host the annual YA conference. We are now opening the Call for Proposals for hosting the 17th YA conference, which will take place in
As the Coordination Team, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the funds made available by AESOP, supporting our efforts for geographical inclusion and diversity being reflected in all YA activities. These funds are intended to cover the entire conference budget for the host institution located in Eastern and South-Eastern European countries.
We therefore highly encourage proposals from young academics affiliated with AESOP member schools located in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia as potential hosts of the next round of the YA conference.
YA conferences have been very beneficial for the former host institutions and members of the local organising committees since they provide the hosts with exposure to a broader network and have long-term effects such as new institutional partnerships, better local and international connections, and more influence. Moreover, it is an extraordinary opportunity for the under- and postgraduate students enrolled at host institutions, as the conference will introduce an international and interdisciplinary platform of knowledge sharing and exchange to their everyday environment.
Organising and hosting a YA conference is, therefore, a great responsibility and an equally rewarding and fulfilling professional experience.
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We are looking forward to receiving your proposals!