The Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network (ICRN) is happy to announce the 5th edition of the ICRN Forum, which will take place virtually.
Thanks to the kind partnership with Global Integrity we are able to have a Forum this summer!
If you have questions about the event please first check out the event's FAQ section below before sending an email.
We look forward to virtually seeing you soon!
The ICRN team
The ICRN Forum aims to bring together international junior researchers from all disciplines (including, but not limited to, psychology, economics, political science, sociology, law, anthropology, history) working in the fields of (anti-)corruption and integrity to present their current research, discuss working papers and initiate collaborative research projects.
The ICRN Forum is especially aimed at junior researchers (PhD, Post-Docs), but advanced Master students can also apply. We also encourage practitioners working in the field of (anti-)corruption to apply and attend the Forum.
Forming a network of junior researchers working on (anti-)corruption is key to Forum activities. The Forum will additionally host several keynote speeches and a panel debate that will be open to the public.
If you applied and were accepted you received the program with hyperlinks to the Zoom rooms via email.
If you just want to know what the Forum is about you can check out the program without Zoom links here
Yes, there is a Roundtable discussion that features a mix of researchers and practitioners to discuss what academia and journalism can learn from each other.
If you are interested in joining, please register here.
Yes, it is necessary to register via the Eventbrite session in order for us to know how many people attended each session. Also, each session has limited spots, so once it is full, you may not be able to attend.
Please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have networking virtual happy hours and regional get togethers as well as an online jamboard