30st of September – Submission of the abstract (1 page)
1st of November – Submission of the Chapter (15-20 pages)
April 2020 – the book publication
We invite chapters that deal with any of the following sub-topics along the theme (the list is not exhaustive): gender inequality, social inequality, economic inequality, inequality in health and education, demographic research on wealth distribution at different levels, migration processes, minorities versus majorities group dynamics in different societies, international cooperation on sustainable development, innovations in a sphere of social justice and active citizenship towards solving the inequality problem . The case methodology is welcomed (EU, non-EU countries, the USA and beyond). The best practices from the different parts of the globe, that involve and explore the roles of civil societies, NGOs, national agencies, policy-makers, development agencies, UN Agencies, international organizations, (World Bank, IMF, Development Banks etc.) are considered as preferable, but not exclusively.
The book is expected to unite free thinkers, open-minded scholars and experienced practitioners in their efforts to focus on the sources, causalities and consequences of the different types of inequality.
The aim is not to bring everyone into agreement regarding the inequality but to find new ways and perspectives to get a step forward to solve it.
Please submit one-page abstracts/proposals (500 words, that include Title, Abstract itself and a note on methods and sources) and a short biographical note (150 words max) to Associate Professor Hanna Shvindina, Sumy State University ( email@example.com ) or Professor Medani Bhandari, International Program Director- Atlantic State Legal Foundation, USA, Director Equality Foundation, USA, Prof. Sustainability, Akamai University, ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Every chapter will blindly peer-reviewed for academic quality. The book will be published by the reputed publishing house.