IPSA Awarded Forty-three Travel Grants

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At every IPSA World Congress of Political Science, IPSA awards numerous travel grants to facilitate participation to the World Congress to scholars who live and work in developing countries, who would otherwise not be able to attend. Forty-three IPSA travel grant recipients from 39 countries across the world received their grants at the 24th IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Poznań.

Third day of the 24th IPSA World Congress of Political Science

Council Meeting: Election of the new IPSA President

At the IPSA Council Meeting, which took place on July 26th, Prof. İlter Turan was unanimously elected as new President of IPSA, succeeding Prof. Aiji Tanaka. Prof. Turan is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at Bilgi University in Turkey. Prof. Turan’s research focuses on Comparative Politics, Turkish Politics, and Turkish Foreign Policy as well as political development, democratization, legislative behavior, political parties, political culture, politics of water and aspects of foreign policy. IPSA is proud to welcome Prof. Turan and we wish him the very best success in his mandate.

Joseph Stiglitz’s Video Presentation: Inequality in the 21st Century: A problem for Politics

During this Plenary Session, Joseph E. Stiglitz (Winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics) addressed the Congress delegates by a video presentation titled Inequality: A Problem of Politics in the 21st Century: A Problem for Politics . The presentation followed by a discussion conducted by Phil Cerny, John Gaventa and Helen Milner and Lourdes Sola.

The Meisel-Laponce Award Ceremony and SAGE Reception

The Meisel-Laponce Award Ceremony took place at Poznan Congress Center (PCC-15 / 1.B) at 17:30 honoring award recipients Lingling Qi and Doh Chull Shin. The award ceremony was followed by a reception organized by SAGE Publishing.

Polish Evening hosted by Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU-Morasko)

IPSA World Congress participants enjoyed a very well-organized Polish evening organized and hosted by the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism of the Adam Mickiewicz University. Alternative blues band Lord & the Liar performed a concert, followed by a cocktail party. Participants experienced "A Foreigner's Guide to Polish Cuisine" and tasted different kind of Polish delicacies including Polish pierogies, Żurek soup, Polish croissants, Polish kiełbasa (sausage), bread as well as Polish beer.

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