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Fostering and Sustaining
ICCP 2020 built on previous conferences and was based in Melbourne and the broader Asia-Pacific region. This location was originally and continues to be home to many Aboriginal communities.
The conference sought to celebrate and interrogate the ways solidarities are fostered and sustained within community contexts, across borders and boundaries, digital and non-digital spaces, and through process of knowledge production. ICCP2020 wanted to give a critical platform to the ideas and work emerging from coalitions with practitioners, artists, educators, activists, and diverse communities. It was interested in exploring and showcasing scholarship, activism, practice, and critical scholarly engagement, from around the world that seeks to bring about sustainability, inclusivity, and wellbeing for all.
To test the waters for a fully online conference, two pre-conference webinars were held and were a great success (you can watch them here). These were are great encouragement for the organising team to progress with the conference to be held in November 2020. The format for the conference was to have both live elements (roundtables, symposia, plenaries, workshops) and pre-recorded submissions (individual papers, ignite presentations, creative, and posters).