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Calls for Papers



We are pleased to let you know that the deadlines for the 15th International Symposium in Management (SIM 2019 - have been extended as below. In order to participate to the conference, please register here and afterwards submit your paper following the instructions here


The new deadlines are as following:



Submission of full paper

May 26th- extended to June 30th

Special session proposals

May 26th- extended to June 30th

Notification of acceptance

June 25th- extended to July 15th

Final paper submission

July 25th- extended to July 31st

Early payment deadline

September 1st


Please contact if you have any questions!




Please click here to read the Call for Papers for a special themed issue of the Journal of Nonprofit Education & Leadership on the use of High-Impact Practices (HIPs) in undergraduate philanthropic and nonprofit studies (e.g., internships, service learning, study abroad, capstones, first-year seminars, eportfolios, undergrad research, etc). This is a great opportunity to contribute to the national conversation about HIPs and teaching and learning in our field. 




Public Management, Governance, Civil Society Organisations and Political Sciences, Public Economics, International Affairs and other related topics will also be considered.

Call for Papers

By Marmara University and Istanbul University Collabration, ISTANBUL

To read the full call, please click here.




International Journal of Management Reviews:   Special Issue Call for Papers –

“The Management and Organisation of Philanthropy:

New Directions and Contested Undercurrents “

 IJMR is pleased to announce a call for papers for the upcoming special issue 'The Management and Organisation of Philanthropy: New Directions and Contested Undercurrents'. Submission deadline 25 August 2019

This Special Issue aims to:

• provide an informed understanding of the importance of the study of management and organisation in philanthropic institutions;

• articulate and critique the directions in which management and organisational research perspectives on philanthropy in its institutional settings are heading and 

• explore the implications of organisation and management literatures for philanthropy’s developing and future roles and conceptualisations in societies and communities, whether as resources benefactor, bridge or barrier. 

 For further information on this Special Issue, please go to the IJMR website and scroll down to the ‘News’ section:


The Guest Editors are:

Professor Jenny Harrow, Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy, Cass Business School, City, University of London, London, UK,

Dr Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 

Dr John Healy, Genio, Dublin, Ireland,

 Dr Filip Wijkström, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden,

From the IJMR Editorial Board, the Associate Editor is Dr Marian Iszatt-White, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster, UK; and the Consulting Editor is Professor Charles Harvey, Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.







Call for Submissions
Philanthropy & Education is pleased to announce a call for submissions for the inaugural November 2016 publication. The journal is sponsored by Teachers College, Columbia University and published by Indiana University Press.
The journal’s mission is to promote scholarship and inform practice around philanthropy, which is broadly defined as including, but not limited to: fundraising, volunteerism, civic engagement, alumni relations, corporate social responsibility, prosocial behavior development, and the professionalization of the field of practice. Thus, Philanthropy & Education seeks to publish empirical and scholarly studies that are accessible to practitioners with clear implication for implementation.
The Editorial Board will welcome papers from all aspects of education (K-20+), both domestically and internationally, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including but not limited to: anthropology, economics, history, law, management, political science, psychology, public administration, religious studies, social work, and sociology. To further the journal's mission, Philanthropy & Education encourages submissions from scholar-practitioners, particularly those who have recently completed their dissertations.
More information about Philanthropy & Education, as well as detailed submission guidelines and instructions, can be found here: Question can be directed to:
We look forward to reviewing exciting submissions in the coming months



Design thinking

·         Regional and geographical aspects of social innovation

·         Ageing demographic

·         Social Innovation and Complexity 

·         Alternative economic organising for social innovation: Ecologies of context and relations 

·         Social Innovation, Employment and Migrants/Refugees and Asylum Seekers

·         Open stream

For more information about how to submit a paper or proposal and the ISIRC 2019 conference please visit our website:



West Africa Civil Society Series (WACSeries) 

WACSeries are analytical periodic write-ups on topical themes and issues relevant to West Africa. It emphasises the contributions of civil society organisations (CSOs) and actors to the promotion of democracy, good governance and the socio- economic development of West Africa by deepening discourse on matters affecting civil society in the region. The write-ups provide experts, researchers and practitioners a space to reflect, develop and share analyses and posit views and recommendations on emerging issues and debates.

WACSI has four platforms through which we document knowledge to educate and inspire civil society actors and organisations. These are:

1) Blogs: short articles with a maximum of 1000 words which are published on WACSI's blog hosted on the website.

2) Editorials: a compilation of several (up to 5) blog articles published by the same author and focusing on the same topic.

3) Op-Eds: More detailed and structured articles of between 1500 to 2000 words. These are well designed and published on the website

4) Issue Papers: In-depth research papers on topical issues in line with our strategic themes and other topical issues in the region. Issue papers can be in the range of 4000 to 6000 words. They are well designed and published on the website. 

More details can be found by clicking here. 



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