LASA2024 Reacción y resistencia: Imaginar futuros posibles en las Américas

International Political Science Association (IPSA)

SEOUL welcomes you
to the 2025 IPSA World Congress of Political Science

The IPSA World Congress of Political Science provides IPSA members with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network with global scholars and experts.

The 2025 IPSA World Congress of Political Science will be held at the Coex Convention & Exhibition Center in Seoul, South Korea as an onsite event from 12-16 July 2025 under the theme Resisting Autocratization in Polarized Societies.

Mark Your Calendar: Call for Proposals Opens on 10 July 2024!
The call for proposals (open and closed panels) for the 2025 IPSA World Congress of Political Science will open on 10 July 2024.
We welcome panel proposals (open and closed) on any subject in political science and look forward to featuring special events and panels focused on the Congress theme Resisting Autocratization in Polarized Societies. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to share your work with peers and to meet political scientists worldwide.
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2025 IPSA World Congress Information Session

Join Yee-Fun Wong, Senior Director of World Congress and Events, for an informative session. Get your questions answered about the call for proposals, the submission process, travel grants, and more.

Wednesday, 12 June 2024, 14:00 to 15:00 EDT
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LASA2024 delegates enjoy a 25% discount on IPSA membership!
The discount code can be applied to any IPSA membership type purchased via and is redeemable until 30 June 2024.
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We invite you to renew your IPSA membership or join our global political science community for 2024. Your commitment allows IPSA to pursue its mission to support the development of political science worldwide, particularly in the Global South. Last year, IPSA revised its individual membership fee structure to more accurately reflect the diverse financial realities of our global membership.

The IPSA individual membership fee structure was completely redesigned and modernized to better respond to the various financial capacities of our global membership. IPSA individual membership is now branched into four groups (A, B, C and D) based on the country of residence.

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Authors: Kim Fontaine-Skronski, Valériane Thool, Norbert Eschborn
Language: English
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