Young people’s well-being, resilience and enterpise: Critical perspectives for the Anthropocene

We are recirculating our Call for Papers (CfP) for the conference titled

Young People’s Well-being, Resilience and Enterprise: Critical Perspectives for the Anthropocene

to be held in Bilbao, Spain September 5-7, 2019

The CfP closes March 15th 2019.

Advice on the conference and submitting an abstract is contained in the call: Bilbao Conference-September 2019-FINAL CfP

The link here is to the research program and conference blog:
To date the following invitees have committed to our attempts to develop a multi-disciplinary, international collaboration that will be ‘kick-started’ by the conference:

Diego Carbajo, UPV-EHU, Bilbao, Spain

Peter Kelly, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Olatz Abrisketa UPV-EHU, San Sebastian, Spain

Peter Kraftl, Birmingham (UK)

Kate Tilleczek York University Canada  

Isabell Lorey, Institute for Political Science at the University of Kassel.

Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Western University, Ontario, Canada

Nicola Ansell, Brunel University, UK

Amparo Serrano, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Anoop Nayak, Newcastle University, UK

Aviva Reed, Visual Ecologist (Aviva has generously given us permission to use some of her stunning artwork on the revised flyer and as a banner on our blog- check her website out!)

Planning is also under way for a concurrent exhibition to be held on both nights of the conference at
And, for a planning morning on the 7th for future international collaborations, research projects/applications and events

Please consider the call, the contribution you might make, or circulate to your colleagues/networks


To download the call click here: Bilbao Conference-September 2019-FINAL CfP