GRM 2022 Workshops

This year’s GRM workshops cover a wide range of topics in the fields of politics, economics, energy, security and the wider social sciences as they relate to the wider Gulf region (GCC countries in addition to Iraq and Yemen). You can click on each workshop to read its full description and instructions on how to register as a paper presenter or listening participant.

Carbon Neutrality in the GCC: Between good-intentioned pledges and the harsh reality

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Gulf States and the Indo-Pacific: Agents or Objects of Geopolitical Competition?

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The Dimensions of Saudi Arabia’s Soft Power

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Economic Statecraft, Coercion, and Resilience in the Gulf

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Women in the GCC Socio-economic Contributions to the Urbanisation of Gulf Countries: Status, Challenges, Aspirations.

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Challenges of Change and Transformation in the Gulf During COVID Times: Social, Economic and Political Dimensions

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Living Together Separately: social and cultural implications of migration to the GCC countries

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Tourism, economic diversification and economic diplomacy: Lessons from the Arabian Gulf

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Challenges in the COVID Environment: Lessons for Higher Education Reform in the Gulf

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Gulf State donors across the humanitarian-development-peace nexus

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About Workshops

Useful Information

  • February 10, 2022: Deadline to apply as a paper presenter
  • July 14 – 16, 2022: Dates of the 2022 Gulf Research Meeting
  • Note there is no deadline to register as a listening participant. However, seats are limited in each workshop and registration for non-paper presenters will be allowed on a space available basis.



Workshop

Directors

This year’s GRM workshop directors come from a variety of esteemed institutions from both within and outside the Gulf.

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Programme

Each workshop has its individual agenda, which run concurrently alongside the main conference programme.

Programme

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