SEWF 2018 Academic Symposium ‘Call for Papers’

SEWF 2018 Academic Symposium ‘Call for Papers’

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 02 February 2018

We invite you to attend and take part in the very first Social Enterprise World Forum Academic Symposium: Advancing Social Enterprise Research, Teaching and Engagement, which is being held at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK on Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th September 2018, prior to the main Social Enterprise World Forum 2018 in Edinburgh.

The key role of universities in the transformation of societies has long been acknowledged, and there are many examples of universities engaging with, supporting, and learning from, social enterprises to develop and transform communities throughout the world.

The Social Enterprise World Forum 2018 is an international event for social enterprises from all over the world to come together, share wisdom, build networks and discuss how to create a more sustainable future. This is the first time that a symposium has been dedicated to the role of academia under the auspices of the SEWF, and we invite papers on the following topics:

Stream 1: Advancing social enterprise research.
Empirical, theoretical and methodological papers focused on developing scientific knowledge of social enterprise

Stream 2: Advancing social enterprise teaching.
Developments, approaches or pedagogical challenges in teaching social enterprise

Stream 3: Advancing social enterprise engagement.
Reflections on lessons learned from universities and social enterprises working together in partnership, whether locally or internationally.


Guidelines for authors

Please send your 250 word abstract to stating ‘Call for Papers’ and the stream for which you wish to be considered in the subject heading. Please send one email per submission. The deadline for submissions is Friday 30 March 2018 and you will be notified of the outcome by the end of May 2018.

If you have any general queries relating to any scientific aspect of the symposium, please do not hesitate to contact the event Chair, Dr Michael Roy, Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health, Glasgow Caledonian University, at