General Assembly 2013

The General Assembly of the International Social Science Council convenes every three years. The last GA took place in Montreal October 2013.


Report of the ISSC President
by Olive Shisana

Report of the ISSC Executive Director
by Heide Hackmann

Report of the ISSC Nominations Committee
by Ann Watts

Social Transformations and the Digital Age: 2013, Montreal, Canada
by Chad Gaffield

World Social Science Forum 2013 Secretariat Report
by Mathieu Denis

Transforming Global Relations for a Just World: 2015, Durban, South Africa
by Olive Shisana

The World Social Science Report 2010: Knowledge Divides
by Francoise Caillods

The World Social Science Report 2013: Changing Global Environments
by Heide Hackmann and Louise Daniels

Social Transformations to Sustainability Programme Proposal submitted to the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
by Heide Hackmann

The World Social Science Fellows Programme
by Vivi Stavrou, Charles Ebikeme, Natalie Rosales, Timos Karpouzoglou, Laura Pereira, and Moises Linos e Silva

Global Social Science and Humanities Priority Scanning Initiative
by Mathieu Denis

The Science and Technology Alliance for Global Sustainability
by Heide Hackmann

Global Change and Sustainability: Future Earth
by Frans Berkhout

Human Dimensions on Global Environmental Change: International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP)
by Orla Martin

Disaster Risk Reduction: Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) programme
by David Johnston

Poverty and Inequality: Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP)
by Thomas Pogge and Alberto Cimadamore

Gender, Globalisation and Democratization Network
by Vivi Stavrou

The Trans-Atlantic Platform
by Chad Gaffield

The 2013 World Social Sciences Prizes
by Alberto Martinelli

Communications and Outreach
by Charles Ebikeme

Financial Report
by Michel Sabourin

World Social Science Report 2013 Pre-launch
by Olive Shisana and Heide Hackmann

Report of the Regional Council’s Meeting

Montreal Resolution



Photos from our 29th General Assembly can be viewed via our Flickr page.