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2020 4th Networking Workshop for Early and Mid-Career Women

17 June 2020 to 17 June 2020
Ljubljana, Slovenia
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The Workshop is organised as a side event to the 2020 Annual Conference, which will be held from 17th – 20th June 2020 at the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. However, attendance of the Annual Conference is not a requirement to join this workshop.


Due to the RSA’s financial support, the workshop is free to attend, but a current RSA membership is a requirement. If you would like to take part but are currently not a member, please join the RSA at or contact the RSA’s Communication and Membership Manager Alex at


Attendees will need to organise their own travel and accommodation. Suggestions for accommodation are provided at and we encourage you to book this early as Ljubljana is rather popular in June.


Registration process

The Network is intended to provide an open platform and applications are welcome from everyone who is interested in this network.


The registration deadline is 28th April 2020. Places are limited to a maximum of 25 and are given on a first come first serve basis.


To register, please use the RSA’s online registration system and provide the following details in the Abstract section in the field ‘Body’:


- First Name and Surname:

- Career stage: Early Career (within 5 years after finishing the PhD) or Mid-Career

- Current job title:

- Institution:

- Telephone number (preferably a mobile):

- Email Address:

- Keyword research interests (up to five areas):

- Your motivation to join this network (max 500 words):


You are welcome to contact Franziska Sielker ( or Sally Hardy ( with any questions regarding this workshop.


Social Functions

No functions have been associated with this event.


Travel Discounts

No hotels have been associated with this event.

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About the RSA

The Regional Studies Association works with its international membership to facilitate the highest standards of theoretical development, empirical analysis and policy debate of issues at this sub-national scale, incorporating both the urban and rural and different conceptions of space such as city-regions and interstitial spaces. We are, for example, interested in issues of economic development and growth, conceptions of territory and its governance and in thorny problems of equity and injustice.

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