Early Career Researcher Workshop

Start Date
04 October 2017
End Date
06 October 2017
Pontificia Universidad de Católica de Chile
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The 2017 workshop for U21 Early Career Researchers (ECRs) will be on the theme of “Interculturality and Multiculturalism: the challenges for changing societies”.

The theme for the 2017 workshop will be “Interculturality and Multiculturalism: the challenges for changing societies” and will run from 4 to 6 October 2017, hosted by the Pontificia Universidad de Católica de Chile in Santiago, Chile.

There are at least two major social contexts that bring about challenges regarding interculturality and multiculturalism in changing societies: human migration and intergroup relations involving indigenous - non-indigenous communities.

The ECR workshop will address these concepts by stimulating discussion among participants and distinguished keynote speakers as well as academics that have developed research on these issues from diverse disciplines such as Philosophy, Social Psychology, Economy, History and Anthropology. In addition, there will be the opportunity for participants to learn about specific methodological tools involving quantitative and qualitative approaches and the opportunity to present their research via poster or Pecha Kucha presentations.

Further information about the workshop can be found in the outline programme attached below.  


Nominations are now closed for this workshop. Please only register if your place has been confirmed by your institution. 



Colleagues in Santiago have secured rooms at the Crowne Plaza Santiago at a rate of US$110 per night (single occupancy) or US$119 per night (double occupancy), this includes breakfast and wifi. The hotel is within walking distance of the University. Rooms need to be booked by 25 August 2017 at the latest.  

Please use the booking form attached below to reserve your room. The competed form should be emailed directly to the hotel using the email addresses on the bottom of the booking form. 


Dr Christina Mellor, Researcher Engagement Manager