Vasileia Papadaki

Hellenic Mediterranean University,

Title: “Experiences of Discrimination among Trans People in Greece”

Thulasini Balachandran

University Tunku Abdul Rahman,

Title: “Attitude towards Homosexuality: A Study among Medical and Health Sciences Students of a Private University, Kajang”

Sultana Zakia Rahman

State University of Bangladesh,

Title: “Burdens of Triple Marginality: Investigating Exclusions and Empowerment of Dalit Women in Dhaka, Bangladesh”

Amal El Haimeur

University of Kansas,
United States.

Title: “Gender Stereotypes in Arabic Videoclips”

Carol Liebler

Syracuse University, United States.

Title: “Self-Sexualization among Asian Women in the US: The Roles of Media Preference, Celebrity Culture Engagement and Ethnic Identification”

Matthew Phillips

Curtin University, Australia.

Title: “A Woman Like Me: Exploring Women’s Academic Identity in Australian Higher Education using Foucauldian Discourse Analysis”

Dr. Shanaaz Hoosain

University of Cape Town, South Africa.

Title: “Men’s Narratives of Gender Based Violence during Covid-19: A Social Work Perspective”

Amna Hafeez Mobeen

Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan.

Title: “Understanding Micro-Foundations of Power: Intra-Group Politics and Culture of Middle Class Punjabi Women”

Bunga Aprillia

University of Padjajaran Bandung, Indonesia.

Title: “Readiness of the Indonesia Government to Responds Shadow Pandemic for Protection of Female Migrant Workers”

David Kwok Kwan Tsoi

The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong.

Title: “Technologically Mediated Emotional Labor of Gay Masseurs in Hong Kong”

Dr. Malieka Farah Deeba Malik

Bahria University Islamabad,

Title: “Law, Policy and Institutional Design as Tools for Women Empowerment in Pakistan”

Alex Siu Wing Chan

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong.

Title: “Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Impacts of Psychological Well Being among Older LGBT Adults”

Tshepo Bethuel Maake

University of South Africa,
South Africa.

Title: “Who’s The ‘Man’: An Exploration into the Uses of Homophobia and Heterosexism in Shaping the ‘Real Man’”

Megan Jean Harlow

Southern New Hampshire University,
United States.

Title: “Wanda Vision’s Hex: The Gendered Nature of Temporal Space”

Andreas Ntiken

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

Title: “Experiences of Discrimination among Trans People in Greece”

Tyrone Ali

The University of the West Indies,
Trinidad and Tobago.

Title: “Using Current Feminist Qualitative Enquiry to Debunk (Mask)culinity in Canonical Works of Caribbean Literature”

Dr. Evi Eliyanah

Universitas Negeri Malang,

Title: “Islamizing Neo Ibuism: Representations of Ideal Wife in Marriage Self Help Books in Indonesia”

Erika Miyamoto

University of Barcelona, Spain.

Title: “Seeking Tailor-Made Support for Victims of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: The ICC Reparations and the Trust Fund for Victims”

Dr. Priscilla Gutura

University of Pretoria,
South Africa.

Title: “Social Work and Covid-19: Responding to Domestic Violence in South Africa”

Dr. Meha Pant

IILM University,

Title: “The Changing Role of Gender Dynamics in the Pandemic World”

Angeliki Pantzartzidi

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,

Title: “The Road of De-Pathologization of the Transgender Identity”

Antik Bintari

Universitas Padjadjaran,

Title: “The Politics of Religion-Based Women’s Movement in West Java”

Eha Saleha

Padjadjaran University,

Title: “Women Lead Open and Distance Higher Education from Home”

Angom Nandima

University of Sussex, United Kingdom.

Title: “We Are Doing It For The Nation”: Ema Keithel (Mothers Market) and Indigenous Nationalism in India’s North East”

Sinethemba Sidloyi

University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Title: “Intombi Zinecebo: Economic Action through Dependency, Instrumentality and Vulnerability”

Dr. Letitia Smuts

University of Johannesburg,
South Africa.

Title: “‘No Girls Allowed’: Policing Women’s Bodies, Choices and Behaviours – A South African Perspective”

Prerna Singh

Tata Institute of Social Sciences,

Title: “Fair, Lovely and Affluent? Examining Beauty Constructs as Marker of Class Locations”