15th ESA Conference: Abstract Submission

Barcelona/Spain: 31 August – 3 September 2021.
We live in a globalised world where emergencies and
hybridities arise from several challenges posed by climate
change, sustainable development, violent conflicts, forced
mass migration, and now also new health threats. Social
inequalities (gender, class, age, ethnic, racialised, religion,
territorial, embodied, etc.) are constantly reshaped by those
challenges. Sociological research is analysing them as well as
the actions designed to overcome such inequalities. Younger
generations especially mobilise and develop solidarities,
engaging in social movements focused around topics such as
climate change and human rights. Those social movements
are being studied and reflected upon in sociological
research, contributing to other ways of seeing and building