Braga 2010

The programme, a book with the collected plenary addresses, and the more than 1,200 abstracts of the papers presented at the 2010 IAMCR conference held in Braga, Portugal are available from the following links.

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With support from UNESCO, IAMCR has been able to offer five travel grants of USD 2,500 to defray the cost of participation of researchers from Least Developed Countries and Small Developing Island States at this year's conference in Braga, Portugal. The awards offered to researchers from Bangladesh, Cuba, Ethiopia, Nepal and Yemen who will prepare and present...
departureIAMCR has awarded six travel grants worth up to US$2,000 each to members who will be attending and presenting papers at the 2010 Conference in Braga, Portugal, 18-22 July 2010. The grants will go towards offsetting the cost of participating in the conference.
All of the awardees are from low-income countries, and have abstracts accepted for presentation at the conference.
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The deadline to register at the early registration rate for IAMCR 2010 Conference has passed but you can still save 50 euros off the late fee if you register before 25 June. Whether or not you have registered, early booking of accommodation and flights are strongly advised....
megaphoneHaving received numerous requests from authors and from Heads of Sections and Working Groups, IAMCR has decided to extend the deadline for submission of full papers for its July 2010 conference in Braga, Portugal. The additional time will facilitate the submission of higher quality papers for Braga while leaving time for Heads of Sections and Working Groups to receive and process the submissions,...
braga_2010Almost all of IAMCR's Sections and Working Groups have completed their evaluation of abstracts and either invited authors to submit full papers or communicated their regrets that the papers will not be able to be presented at the Braga conference in July.
Nevertheless, we are aware that a number of authors have not yet received responses. In most cases the problem appears...
University of Minho, BragaPreparations are in full gear for what promises to be one of IAMCR's  most diverse and well attended conferences. IAMCR 2010 gets underway in the picturesque Portuguese city of Braga from July 18-22.
There has been a robust response to the Association's Call for Papers, with over 2000 scholars from some 85 countries applying to make academic presentations....
March 15 was announced as the date for communicating information regarding abstracts that are accepted or declined for Braga.
Several Section and Working Group heads have announced their decisions, consistent with this time-frame. However, some heads have requested more time due to the one week extension at the front end of the submission process and the fact that an exceptionally large number of abstracts...
departureThe deadline for applying for these travel grants to defray the cost of attending IAMCR's 2010 conference has past.
IAMCR is offering 6 travel grants worth US$2,000 each to offset the cost of participating in the 2010 conference in Braga, Portugal. The deadline for applications was 15 April 2010.
The grants are available to current IAMCR members residing in low income...
unesco_logo_smallCLOSED - The deadline was 1 April 2010 - IAMCR is pleased to announce that UNESCO has agreed to provide US$12,500 to support the participation of researchers from Least Developed Countries and Small Island Developing States at IAMCR's 2010 conference in Braga, Portugal.
UNESCO's support will provide for up to five travel grants of $2,500 for...
uminhoPreparations continue for IAMCR's 2010 Conference to be held in Braga, Portugal, from 18-22 July 2010.
The deadline for submitting abstracts has passed. Two thousand abstracts were submitted and the review process is now taking place. Announcement of acceptances will be made on March 15 and full papers are due on April 30.
Registration is now open on the ...