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Date: 2018-11-21
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Catégorie: Call for Papers
Sujet: CPRA Call for Papers - Deadline Extended - December 21, 2018



CALL FOR PAPERS

2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE CANADIAN PEACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (CPRA)

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (UBC)

VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA

 JUNE 5-7, 2019    

   

DEADLINE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS / ABSTRACTS EXTENDED TO  FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 2018

 

We are pleased to announce that the CPRA has received an enthusiastic response to its initial Call For Papers. In the spirit of welcoming a greater number of proposals/abstracts, the submission date has now been extended to Friday, December 21, 2018. 

 

The following is the list ofCONFIRMED SESSIONS' KEYNOTE, SPECIAL AND OTHER SPEAKERS:

 

REETA TREMBLAY, PhD,MA., PhD (Chicago), MPhil (JLU), MA (Kashmir); an iconic academic and Full Professor of Comparative Politics and Global South in the Department of Political Science, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada. Former Vice President Academic and Provost, University of Victoria; Vice President  Academic and Pro Vice-Chancellor, and Dean, Faculty of Arts, Memorial University of New Foundland; Past- President, Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA), Canadian Asian Studies (CASA), and, the Canadian Council of Area Studies of Learned Societies (including Canadian Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies); Member of editorial boards of PS Political Science (APSA), Pacific Affairs, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, Politics and Governance. Authored 6 books including Modi's Foreign Policy (2017); Contested Governance........Kashmir Beyond Intractability (2017); Kashmir's Contemporary Politics: The More Things Change, the More They Stay  the Same (2015); Beyond Parochialism and Domestic Preoccupation: The Current State of Comparative Politics in Canada (2013); and Labour Migration, Citizenship, and Social Welfare in China and India (2013). In 2015, Dr. Tremblay was recognized as one of the top 40 prominent Indo-Canadians and was profiled in 'The Indian Diaspora' A-list. 

 

DR. M. V. RAMANA, FSc., PhD,Nuclear Physicist and Social Scientist; Full Professor and Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human Security, the Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Earlier, he spent many years at the Program on Science and Global Security at Princeton University, U.S.A.; Author of  The Power of Promise: Examining Nuclear Energy in India  ( Penguin Books, 2012); He is the Recipient of the Leo Szilard Award from the American Physical Society (2014); and the Guggenheim Fellowship (Germany). A member of the International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM);  the Canadian Pugwash Group; A frequent contributor to the BULLETIN OF ATOMIC SCIENTISTS. 

 

DR. PARIN DOSSA, PhD,Full Professor of Anthropology, and Associate Member, Department of  Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada.  She is a Member of the Advisory Board of Anthropologica, the Journal of the Canadian Anthropology Society; Co-editor of Transnational Aging and Reconfiguration on Kin Work ( Rutgers University Press, 2017); Author of the following books: Afghanistan Remembers: Gendered Narrations of Violence and Culinary Practices (University of Toronto Press, 2014); Politics and Poetics of Migration: Narratives of  Iranian Women from the Diaspora (Canadian Scholars Press, 2004). Dr. Dosa's ethnographic research on Muslim women in the diaspora has resulted in several interrelated projects: Racialized bodies and the disabling world; Policy implications of storytelling; Politics of displaced care; Testimonial narratives and social memory, Social suffering, Violence in war and peace.   Her work has been published in Medical Anthropology Quarterly; Social Science and Medicine; International Journal of Mental Health; and, International Journal of Rehabilitation Research.

 

DR. MICHELLE BONNER, PhD,Full Professor of  Political Science, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada. Author of four books. Policing Protest in Argentina and Chile  (Lynne Rienner, 2014); Recipient of the 2015- 2016 CPSA (Canadian Political Science Association) Book Prize in Comparative Politics and available in Spanish (Ril Editores);  Author of Sustaining Human Rights  ( Penn State University Press, 2007); co-editor of Police Abuse in Contemporary Democracies (Palgrave, 2018). Her forthcoming book is  Constructing (In) Security: Media, Human Rights and the Rise of Punitive Populism  (Pittsburgh University Press). 

 

DR. FRANKE WILMER, PhD,Full Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Montanna State University, U.S.A.Author of three books on human rights including one on Indigenous peoples political activism, one on the 1990s wars in former Yugoslavia, and a textbook on international human rights. Currently engaged in research projects in Palestine and Israel. 

 

DR. NOEMI GAL-OR, PhD, LL.B.PhD (IUHEL, Geneva), LLB (UBC, Vancouver); retired Full Professor of  Politics and International Law, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada; Former Chair of the National Section on International Law (NSIL) of the Canadian Bar Association, and Editor-in-Chief of its journal, Canadian International Lawyer.; Research Director of the International Law Association (ILA)-Canada, representing it on the Use of Force, Feminism, Complementarity, and Procedural Law of International Courts and Tribunals Committees; and board member, International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (IAJLJ). She participated in CBA interventions (e.g. in SCC  Estate of the Late Zahra Kazemi et al v. Islamic Republic of Iran, et al) and submissions (e.g. Bill C-51, Anti-Terrorism Act 2015). Dr. Gal-Or has publishedextensively in various areas including international law (trade and investment, dispute settlement, responsibility, anti-corruption, humanitarian, human rights, criminal law, and the non-state actor's status),international organisations (UN, WTO), international political economy, regional integration (EU,NAFTA, draft FTAA, TPP): security, terrorism, conflict resolution, public policy, migration, and gender.

 

DR. KATHLEEN MANION, PhD, LLM,Dr. Manion is the Program Head for the BA in Justice Studies at Royal Roads University, Canada. Focused on social justice, international  humanitarian issues, interdisciplinary perspectives, collaborative processes and applied research, she melds her scholar-practitioner experience into a variety of teaching, research  and community development projects drawing on child rights, international social work, child protection and wellbeing, right to housing, environmental protection, tackling family violence, supporting child refugees, and youth justice. She has lived and worked on six continents.  

 

DR. SIOBHAN BYRNE, PhDDr. Byrne is Associate Professor and Associate Chair (Graduate Studies) in the Department of  Political Science and Director of the Certificate in Peace and Post Conflict Studies at the University of Alberta, Canada. Her teaching and research focus on the post-conflict transitions to peace, feminist anti-war activism, and feminist interventions in International Relations. 

 

DR. SUNERA THOBANI, PhD,A renowned feminist, Sociologist, academic, and activist. Associate Professor, Department of Asian Studies, and The Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Socal Justice; Director, Centre for Race, Autobiography, Gender and Age (RAGA), University of British Columbia, Canada. 

 

DR. COLLEEN BELL, PhD,Assistant Professor of  Political and International Studies, Department of  Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Author of The Security of Freedom: Governing Canadain the Age of Counterterrorism; Co-editor of  War, Police and Assemblages of Intervention. Dr. Bell's research investigates the contemporary and historical politics of Western warfare and how modes of war, including counterinsurgency and counterterrorism intersect with nonmilitary technologies of governance. 

 

DR. ROBERT HARDING, PhD,Associate Professor of Social Work, the University of Fraser Valley (UFV), B.C., Canada. He ledthe UFV in partnering with the Stolo Nation to develop an Indigenous social service program based on traditional principles of healing and helping. He has presented his research in Canada, the US, Costa Rica, Scotland, Finland, Austria, Germany and Italy, and has published in journals including the Canadian Review of Social Policy, Discourse and Society; Canadian Journal of Native Studies, and the American Indian Culture and Research Journal. He is the co-editor of a textbook on social work and social policy. 

 

DR. ALEXANDER LAUTENSACH, Dip. Bio., MScT. PhD; AND DR. SABINA LAUTENSACH, PhD;Alex is an Associate Professor in the School of Education and Sabina is on the faculty of the University of Northern British Columbia, B.C., Canada. They edited the textbook, Human Security in World Affairs (Caesarpress, 2013). Sabina is also Director of the Human Security Institute Canada, and Editor-in-Chief and Founder of the Journal of Human Security. They are working on a second edition of the text. 

 

DR. SAUL  ARBESS, PhD,A Cultural Anthropologist and Futurist, and former professor at McGill University, York University and the University of Regina, Dr. Arbess is National Director of Canadian Peace Initiative. He is Co-Founder of Restorative Justice Victoria. 

 

DR. ROSE DYSON, EdD,Independent researcher and commentator on media violence. Author of  MIND ABUSE: Media Violence in an Information Age (2000); co-author of 11 other books, and editor of The Learning Edge of the Canadians Concerned About Violence in Entertainment; chair of the National Advisory Council of CPRA, and member of the Global Ecological Integrity Group, Just Earth, and The Climate Action Network. 

 

DR. CHIN BANERJEE, PhD,Full Professor Emeritus, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. 

 

DR. KAWSER AHMED, PhD, A graduate of the Defence Services Command and Staff College, Bangladesh, MPhil in peace and conflict, the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; PhD, the University of Manitoba, Canada. Dr. Ahmed served in the Bangladesh Army, the Turkish Armed Forces and as a peacekeeper to the United Nations Missions for the referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO). He is currently an SSHRC post-doctoral fellow in the University of Winnipeg, and Executive Director of  Conflict and Resilience Research Institute Canada. 

 

MR. ED LEHMAN, MEd., M.A.,General Secretary, CPRA. A former educator in Poland, Kazakhstan, The Republic of Georgia, and Libya; Editor of Saskatchewan Peace News; President, Regina Peace Council; and, Executive Council Member, Canadian Peace Congress. 

 

DR. ROGER DITTMANN, PhD,A Nuclear Physicist, author and Professor, California State University, formerly, Consultative Status 'A' Observer, United Nations ECOSOC, Member of the Executive Council of the World Federation of Scientific Workers (Paris, France), and former General Secretary of California Universities Union. 

 

DR. ABU BOCKARIE, PhD,Associate Professor of  Education, University of Regina. He recently completed a 3.5 million dollar, higher education project in Africa. 

 

MR. AJAY BHARDWAJ, M.A., M.A., PhD Candidate,A UBC Public Scholar, MA; MA ( Jawaharlal University, and MCRC, Jamia Milia Islamia University, India; PhD Candidate, Department of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia.He is a documentary filmmaker from India and was associated with the aqit-prop theatre or the street theatre movement in Delhi. Since 2002, he has been cinematically engaged with documenting stories of the northwestern state of Punjab, India which resulted in a trilogy of documentaries located at the intersection of Dalit religiosity, performance traditions and memories of the partition of British India. 

 

MR. ADAN SUAZO, PhD (ABD)M.A. (Peace and Conflict Research), Upsala University, Sweden. He is an environmental security analyst currently in his final year of doctoral research at the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, New Zealand. Co-editor of the forthcoming Handbook of Positive Peace. Formerly the founding coordinator of the Loyola Sustainability Research Centre , Concordia University, Montreal,  where he collaborated on sustainability and peacebuilding projects with the International Secretariat for the Convention on Biological Diversity of the International Institute for Sustainable Development and Future Earth. 

 

MRS. ANNE VENTON, M.A.A former Head of Library of the Toronto District School Board and former member of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. She is currently a member of the Global Ecological Integrity Group, an executive member of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Alumni Association, and Communications Chair of C-CAVE (Canadian Concerned about Violence in Entertainment). She has given papers nationally and internationally on ethics and media.  

 

MR. PETER VENTON, M.A.MA (Economics), Queen's University, Canada. For 24 years, he worked in the Ontario Government's Ministry of Finance as an economist, senior economist and senior policy advisor. He was Vice President, Administration and Finance at Wilfrid Laurier University (1979-1984) and Bursar, University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto (2001-2009).  

 

DR. ABRAHAM WEIZFELD, PhD.BSc. (University of Waterloo), MA, PhD (University of Quebec at Montreal), Author and University Lecturer, Palestine; Long-time peace advocate for Palestine. 

 

DR. SATISH SHARMA, PhD.Full Professor, University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV), USA. Author of eight books and numerous articles. Former Director, School of Social Work, UNLV.  

 

DR. SHREESH JUYAL,  F.Sc., Drs., D.Litt., F.C.I.I.A.,Author/editor of nine books, published in the U.S.A., Canada, the U.K., India, and the United Nations.He is a former Dean of the Faculty of International Studies and Distinguished Professor of International Law and Political Science, Himgiri Zee University, India; former Full Professor of Political Science and Director of the United Nations and International Affairs Institute, the University of Regina, and current Vice President of the World Federation of Scientific Workers (Paris, France). Biographed in the Canadian Who's Who;  the recipient of the United Nations Association (Canada) Global Citizen Award, and the Peace Medal of the YMCA Canada.

 

 AN INVITATION TO PRESENT ACADEMIC PAPERS

We are pleased to cordially invite proposals/abstracts from Social Scientists, other academics with cognate expertise, and independent Peace Researchers for presentation at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Peace Research Association (CPRA). This conference is a constituent of Congress 2019. Organized by the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CFHSS) and hosted by the University of British Columbia, Congress 2019 will bring over eight thousand scholars from Canada and other countries 'to share findings, refine ideas, and build partnerships that will help shape the Canada of tomorrow'. They will gather under the aegis of 70 academic associations representing a rich spectrum of disciplines in the Social Sciences, Law, the Humanities, Education, Social Work, Peace Research, and other academic disciplines. Congress represents a unique showcase of scholarly excellence, creativity and leadership. 

 

The CPRA conference, as part of Congress 2019, hopes to offer a welcoming milieu for peace researchers and other social scientists/ natural scientists to present their research and influence future Peace Studies. CONGRESS 2019 THEME:  "CIRCLES OF CONVERSATION" With this theme, Congress 2019 in Vancouver 'will open up space for dialogue, debate, and dissent, and will manifest creative critical engagements -  in Social Sciences, literature and arts- with topics as diverse as sustainability, accessibility, global mobility, health, culture, and, of course, education. Congress 2019 will foster and encourage circles of conversation among scholars, educators, students, political leaders, and activists.'  BIG THINKING LECTURES, and..... 'The Federation (CFHSS) and the UBC are organizing a number of open events during Congress, which will be free for all registered attendees and the general public. These events include the BIG THINKING LECTURE SERIES, Career Corner workshops, Congress Expo and a variety of interdisciplinary sessions and cultural events led by the UBC. Federation (CFHSS) - led and university-led will be advertised at    http://www.congress2019.ca/program and in the CONGRESS ESSENTIALS guide given to all attendees on site. 

 

The CPRA seeks to bring together academics, researchers, educators and peace advocates from Canada and abroad to examine and discuss current and emerging issues and challenges in the field of Peace Research. Individual papers and panels in Peace Research, especially the ones that have national and international significance, are invited from ALL DISCIPLINES and PROFESSIONS. The CPRA would encourage those proposals and abstracts which help demonstrate or lead to the foundation of critical thinking and concepts.

 

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS/PROPOSALS/PANELS:  DECEMBER 21, 2018

The deadline for individual/panel paper abstracts/panel proposals is  DECEMBER 21, 2018

 

REGISTRATION:

Will open in January 2019   

 

TERMS FOR SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS/ PROPOSALS:

 

ALL SUBMISSIONS FOR ABSTRACTS/PROPOSALS MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING EIGHT ITEMS. PROPOSALS/ABSTRACTS SUBMITTED WITHOUT ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EIGHT ITEMS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. 

 

Please submit your proposal/abstract bearing in mind that your paper [following acceptance of the proposal/abstract] would contain a) a significant research issue in Peace Studies, b) the review of relevant literature, c) methodology and research design, d) empirical/qualitative and evidencial data and findings, e) a comprehensive analysis, and e) succinct conclusion/s.

 

  1. Title of the paper/panel.

   2. Each presenter's full name with title, if applicable (e.g. Dr. Smith Jones, Research Associate, the National Physical Lab. and Professor of Applied Physics, University of London, U.K.).

   3. Full Institutional and Departmental/Organizational affiliation.

  4. E-mail addresses, office and residence telephone numbers and THE USUAL CONVENIENT CONTACT TIME; complete postal address including Postal Code/Zip Code/PIN.

  5. A  200 - 250-word abstract/panel proposal with its hypothesis, methodology, its empirical and or qualitative synopsis of analysis and conclusion

  6. A 100-word biographical note about each presenter.

  7. PLEASE NOTE THAT SOMETIMES ATTACHMENTS DO NOT OPEN. AND, THEREFORE, PLEASE SEND THE WHOLE TEXT OF YOUR PAPER'S ABSTRACTS/ PROPOSALS ALSO AS PART OF YOUR MAIN E-MAIL TO- Dr. Shreesh Juyal, President, CPRA:  ShreeshJuyal@ymail.com;  and Mr. Ed Lehman, Interim General Secretary, CPRA: edrae1133@gmail.com

8. An indication by the paper presenter that s/he intends to attend a substantial segment of the CPRA conference. Please note that faculty members presenting papers may be asked to serve as chairs and discussants.

 

AUDIO/VIDEO (AV/TV) ARRANGEMENTS:

The CPRA conference room's AV package will have a projector, screen or video display; PC computer with internet and DVD playback.

 

REGISTRATION AND CPRA FEES;

 

The Congress fees are set and administered by the Federation (CFHSS / CONGRESS 2019 ). The CPRA neither sets nor administers the Congress fees.

 

THE PAYMENT OF CONGRESS 2019 REGISTRATION AND ASSOCIATION (CPRA) CONFERENCE FEES ARE MANDATORY FOR ALL ATTENDEES OF ASSOCIATIONS, INCLUDING SPEAKERS, PRESENTERS OF PAPERS/ PANELISTS, ASSOCIATION STAFF, SPECIAL GUESTS, ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZERS AND THOSE CHAIRING OR ATTENDING/OBSERVING A SESSION.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THOSE WHOSE ABSTRACTS/ PROPOSALS ARE ACCEPTED MUST REGISTER BY  March 15, 2019. PLEASE SEND ME < ShreeshJuyal@ymail.com >A COPY OF THE INTERNET PURCHASE RECEIPT OF YOUR REGISTRATION ISSUED BY THE CANADIAN FEDERATION OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (FEDERATION) BY MARCH 15, 2019. NON-REGISTERED PRESENTERS WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAMME OF THE CPRA CONFERENCE.

 

 CPRA REGISTRATION FEES:

 The fees for the CPRA conference are based on TWO CATEGORIES OF PARTICIPANTS (DELEGATES):

 

 1. CPRA REGULAR / FULL MEMBERS /DELEGATES will include FULL-TIME FACULTY

 MEMBERS / RESEARCHERS / STAFF MEMBERS in universities/colleges/research centres and similar educational or professional institutions/ governmental agencies:

 The CPRA registration fee for this category is: $135 ($165 if received by Congress 2019 after March 31st).

 

 The CPRA  ASSOCIATE MEMBERS / ASSOCIATE DELEGATES will generally include doctoral degrees' candidates/ABDs/PhD students and others with a similar standing in educational and research institutions/organizations). Associate members / Associate delegates are entitled to observe the meetings of the CPRA General Council WITHOUT VOTING RIGHTS.

 

Registration Fee for Students in the above category/ Retired and Low-waged / Non-waged / Non-members and other Attendees: $75 ($100 if received by Congress 2019 after March 31st).

 

 All attendees including paper presenters/panelists and other participants must also pay the general Congress 2019 registration fees.

 

ATTENDEES CAN REGISTER FOR THE 2019 CONGRESS (includes CPRA conference) ONLINE.

 

HOW TO REGISTER?

Register to both the CPRA and Congress by using the following website starting in January 2019:

 Online............ www.congress2019.ca/register

 

ACCOMMODATION:

Please visit the following website: www.congress2019.ca/ accommodations              

As there will be several thousand attendees at the Congress, it is highly recommended that your accommodation is reserved, as soon as possible.

 

TRAVEL, TRANSPORTATION and LOCAL AMENITIES:

 Please visit the website:

www.congress2019.ca/plan-your-trip

 

NO TRAVEL SUBSIDY:

The CPRA is a registration fees-generated conference. IT IS, THEREFORE, REGRETFULLY, UNABLE TO FINANCIALLY ASSIST ANY ATTENDEE FOR TRAVEL OR ANY OTHER CONFERENCE RELATED EXPENSES.

 

INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS:

International attendees (paper presenters/panelists) are welcome to participate in the Congress and the CPRA conference; however, each international attendee should individually confirm for himself/herself whether a visa is required for entry to Canada PRIOR TO REGISTERING. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) provides a list of countries for which visa restrictions apply, as well as all other pertinent information the attendees may require before making travel plans. The Congress website provides general information and links to the CIC website at www.congress2019.ca/register/ international-attendees.

 

Your name will appear in the CPRA's printed Program if you REGISTER BY MARCH 15, 2019.

 

IF THE CPRA PRESIDENT IS REQUESTED IN WRITING BY FEBRUARY 1, 2019, THE CPRA MAY CONSIDER WRITING AN ELECTRONIC LETTER OF INVITATION FOR AN INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEE WHO HAS ALREADY MET ALL THE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMISSION OF PAPERS AS DETAILED ELSEWHERE IN THIS CALL FOR PAPERS. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF WRITING AN ELECTRONIC (EMAIL) LETTER OF INVITATION TO A QUALIFIED PROSPECTIVE ATTENDEE, THE CPRA REGRETS IT WILL NOT BE INVOLVED IN THE VISA OR ANY OTHER TRAVEL DOCUMENTS/ARRANGEMENTS.

 

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CPRA GENERAL COUNCIL AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS' MEETINGS (2019):

 

NOTICE OF THE 2019 CPRA GENERAL COUNCIL AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS:

A notice is hereby given to all those attendees of the CPRA conference who will have paid their FULL / REGULAR MEMBERSHIP registration fees by 31 March, 2019. Please be advised that the CPRA General Council will meet on  June 5, 2019 at 15:30 (3:30 PM) at the site of the CPRA conference. If needed, the CPRA Board of Directors will meet on June 6, 2019 at 15:30 (3:30 PM). A provisional agenda of the CPRA General Council will be sent by March 31, 2019. All REGULAR/FULL MEMBERS of the CPRA are invited to submit agenda items and resolutions for the General Council including nominations for any of the following positions for the period of June 1, 2019- May 31, 2021: President, First Vice President (proposed), Second Vice President (proposed), General Secretary, Associate General Secretary (proposed), Treasurer, Director of Communication, Director of Public Relations, International Representative/s, Director of Membership, and for the membership/s of the CPRA Board of Directors, by April 15, 2019.

 

CONTACT PERSONS FOR CPRA CONFERENCE:

 

Dr. Shreesh Juyal, President and Programme Chair, CPRA: 

ShreeshJuyal@ymail.com >                  

                                            and

 Mr. Ed Lehman, General Secretary, CPRA:   <  edrae1133@gmail.com  >

                                           and

Dr. M.V. Ramana, Local Arrangements Coordinator, LAC, CPRA:   <  m.v.ramana@ubc.ca  > 

 

 

Dr. Ramana, Mr. Lehman, and I look forward to welcoming you at the annual conference of CPRA.

 

 

With most cordial greetings,

 

Dr. Shreesh Juyal, F.Sc., Drs., D.Litt., Fellow CIIA

President, & Program Chair, CPRA;

 

 



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