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ABSTRACT (100 words): AUTHOR'S SURNAME, First Name (Affiliation), Title. Followed by text.
Check Here if Your Astract Addresses Policy Engagement
(Have a direct focus on the policy making process, where policy makers and those who participate in the process are central to what is being reported. This might include ethnographic accounts of how policies are made;
Have a focus on how communities organize and participate in a policy process;
Have a focus on how social science research findings have been used to inform the development of policies, including taking policy relevant research beyond the academic audience to the policy community.)