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Standing Group on Citizenship: Early Careers Lounge

Get talking. Get inspired!

Next session

Thursday 19 October, 12:00 – 13:00 BST / 13:00 – 14:00 CEST


Alrun R. Vogt, Leibniz University of Hannover
Maarja Hallik, Tallinn University 

Our Standing Group on Citizenship is thrilled to continue its series of free virtual meet-ups for PhD students and early career scholars who share a passion for exploring citizenship, civic education, political participation, migration, and related subjects.

About the series

Proudly presented by our Standing Group on Citizenship, the Early Career Lounge series aims to create an inspiring space for regular sessions that enable researchers in the field to exchange ideas in an informal and supportive environment.

During each session, we are privileged to host remarkable speakers who offer brief insights into their current research, followed by a Q&A session, allowing participants to delve deeper into their work.

Following the speaker segment, you will have the opportunity to join breakout rooms centred around research and PhD-related topics, You will have the chance to talk through a challenge you are currently facing and receive valuable feedback and support from fellow attendees.

Secure your FREE space to become a part of this enriching learning experience!

Stay tuned

Questions? Contact our Events Team.

Our speakers

Alrun R. Vogt
Leibniz University of Hannover


Maarja Hallik
Tallinn University


About the Standing Group

The Standing Group on Citizenship investigates citizenship and its personal, cultural, social, economy and political implications through interdisciplinary research from multiple theoretical perspectives.

It addresses how citizenship continues to formulate relations between polities and individuals through rights, duties, participation and identities. In the context of increased diversity, less participation and growing political distrust, the Standing Group also explores and researches how schools prepare citizens for their civic life in citizenship education.

Find out more

How to join

The event is FREE and open to PhD students and early career scholars interested in research addressing the various branches of citizenship. 

Registration is required but you will only need to register once for the entire series.

You will need a My ECPR account to register. Don't yet have one? You can create it here, even if you are not affiliated with an ECPR Member institution.

  1. Register for the series
  2. All forthcoming sessions will be automatically added to your Itinerary
  3. Access the session through My Events in My ECPR
  4. A link to join will appear in your itinerary 15-minutes before the start of the session

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