GRM 2020 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.

Art, Museums and Cultural Initiatives in the Arabian Gulf: an examination of future directions in a shifting political world

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Energy Transition and Climate Change, Challenges and Opportunities for the Gulf Region

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Europe and the Multipolarization of the Gulf

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Foreign Aid and the Gulf States

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Industrial Policies in the Gulf

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Maritime Security and the Gulf States: Changing Strategies, New Political Rationales

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Nationalization of GCC Labor Markets: The Changing Role of Higher Education in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution

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Saudi Youth ‘Policy Relevance’: Dilemmas, Challenges, Opportunities

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Social Remittances and Social Change: Links between Home and Host Communities in the Gulf

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The Gulf, Russia and the Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

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About Workshops

Useful Information

  • February 15, 2020: Deadline to apply as a paper presenter
  • May 15, 2020: Deadline for paper presenters to submit their first draft
  • July 21-23, 2020: Dates of the 2020 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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