IFSSO Board Members have decided to have the 24th IFSSO General Conference in Sanliurfa Turkey, with the collaboration of Harran University, on the dates of 12-13 October 2019. The conference will be on “Global Migration” and the call for papers will be published in Jan 2019. Here you can see some information about the city of Şanlıurfa.
We have received some questions regarding the registration fee of the 23rd IFSSO General Conference “Global Connectivity, Cross-Cultural Connections, Social Inclusion and Recognition: The Role of Social Sciences”, which will take place at Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia at the dates of September 11-12, 2017. We would like to make it clear as follows;
Account number: 0535023611
Account address: jl. terompong No. 24 denpasar bali indonesia
Bank name: PT. Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) TBK
Bank address: Jl. raya puputan renon No. 27 Denpasar bali indonesia
SWIFTCODE: BNINIDJARNN or BNINIDJAXXX
Due to the holding of the IV International multicultural festival – competition of “Pereyaslav dyvogray” between children, creative youth and adults in age from 6 to 60 years which will happen 26-27 April 2017 in Pereyaslav-Khmelnitsky, Ukraine, the organizing Committee invites You to participate of this festival. Festival will take place distantly, that is participant are not required to come to Ukraine to participate in the competition, only on a voluntary basis. All materials of festival-competition will be posted online and free to access.
Organizing Committee of the IV International multicultural festival – competition of “Pereyaslav dyvogray”
Call for Papers: 23rd IFSSO International General Conference
Theme: Global Connectivity, Cross-Cultural Connections, Social
Inclusion and Recognition: The Role of Social Sciences
Date: 11-12 September 2017
Venue: Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Center for Bali Studies
Postgraduate Program on Cultural Studies of Udayana University
Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Jakarta
CALL FOR PAPERS
In recent years, humanity has witnessed huge numbers of people forced to leave their homes due to war, conflict, poverty and destruction. We have witnessed the dislocation and displacement of individuals, families and children; the power of governments to shut borders; and people bravely making life threatening journeys across land and sea in search of safety and the possibility of a better future. We have also witnessed private individuals, informal groups and organizations at local, national, and transnational levels, bravely helping and mobilizing for social justice and the well-being of all. How has this happened? Mass communications are all-encompassing, but relations with family and neighbours are minimal. News channels have multiplied, but truth and reliability have diminished and disappeared. Information technology has been developed to an astonishing degree, but psychological problems, social injustices, global crises, and ecological disasters have also increased. As the world grows smaller, the problems grow larger so that they now clearly threaten the future of humanity.
Social Science should have brought greater understanding of the human being and its connections. Was it that social sciences were misunderstood or misused? What is the role of cross-cultural connections? Is there a cut of communication both physical and nonphysical levels? What is the role of Social Sciences in the societies?
These questions need close study, for only then may the answers be found and human beings live with the dignity they deserve. The 23rd IFSSO General Conference at Warmadewa University in Bali will provide a vital platform for social scientists to interrogate, debate, and dialogue on the “connections, social inclusion, and recognition” as well as build and strengthen a global Social Sciences that can contextualize, envision, and engage in the struggles for a better world that we live in.
Subthemes: (Related to the Global Connectivity)
- World Citizenship
- Intercultural Capital
- Social Inclusion
- Cross-Cultural Connections
- Social Networks
- The Contemporary World and Current Situation
- Crises Afflicting Contemporary Societies and Suggested Solutions
- The Problems of Racism and Social Injustice, and their Solutions
- The Factors Nurturing a Culture of Violence, and their Solutions
- Solutions for Problems Arising from Multicultural Differences
- Media and Social Sciences
- Transnational Movements
- Global Refugees
- Global Youth
- Gender and connectivity
- Social cohesion
Important Notes and Dates:
Abstracts for the papers, not exceeding 250 words, should be submitted online to the Conference Secretariat at www.ifsso.net not later than the 15 February 2017. Late arrivals will not be considered. The form for the abstract submission is at: https://form.jotformeu.com/70110906643347
Authors will be notified on 20 February 2017 about the results of the evaluation of the abstracts.
Full papers of selected abstracts should be submitted online to the Conference Secretariat at www.ifsso.net not later than 5 June 2017. The paper should be written in Word format and should not exceed 6,000 words. Notes and the bibliography should appear at the end of the text. Papers should be within the framework of the above theme and subthemes.
The accommodation and meals will be provided by the Conference Organizing Committee. Unfortunately, there is no travel grant for the participants.
The registration fee for the Conference presenters and participants is USD 100.
All communication should be sent to Mr. Hakan Gülerce at: email@example.com
Prof. Dr. Nestor T. Castro, Ph.D (the Philippines)
Prof. Dr. Kazuhisa Nishihara (Japan)
Prof. Dr. Yekti Maunati, MA (Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Ketut Ardhana, M. A. (Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. I Made Suwitra, SH., MH (Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Veysel Bozkurt, (Turkey)
Prof. Dr. Morad Moulai Hadj (Algeria)
BALI THINKSHOP, SEPTEMBER 9,2016
THEME: SOUTHEAST ASIAN THINKSHOP: THE QUESTION OF WORLD CULTURE
SSH-Net Thinkshops and IFSSO (International Federation of Social Sciences Organization) have been held in several places including Turkey, Argentina, Mexico and Iran, to mention a few, which have served as venues for three main matters: (1) Lectures on social and humanities theories with the presentation of papers and discussion on relevant contemporary issues in social sciences and humanities in the world; (2) Exchange of information on activities of institution/individual members of SSH-Net; and (3) Initiating and forming collaborations among member institutions/individuals. The themes of the Thinkshops have varied in accordance with crucial topics at the time either in a particular region or the world.
The International Research Conference – Faculty of Arts, under the theme of “Managing Transitions for Empowerment: Sri Lanka Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” , will be held on 12th & 13th October 2016, with the intention of providing a valuable platform for scholars in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences to showcase their research work.
The Editorial Committee for the Annual Research Symposium of the Faculty of Arts, University of Colombo invites abstracts/extended abstracts to be considered for presentation at the International Research Conference (IConArts 2016) in October 2016. The abstracts should be based on original research work. All accepted abstracts will be published in the Proceedings Book of the Annual Research Symposium 2016, University of Colombo.
SSH-NET (SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES NETWORK)
9-10 SEPTEMBER 2016
SOUTHEAST ASIAN THINKSHOP: THE QUESTION OF WORLD CULTURE
SSH-Net Thinkshops and IFSSO (International Federation of Social Sciences Organization) have been held in several places, including Turkey, Argentina, Mexico and Iran, to mention a few, to serve as venues for three main matters: (1) The lecture on social and humanities theories with the presentation of papers and discussion of relevant contemporary issues in social sciences and humanities in the world; (2) Exchange of information on activities of institution/individual members of SSH-Net; and (3) Initiating and forming collaborations among member institutions/individuals. The themes of the thinkshops have varied in accordance with, at the time, crucial topic, either in a particular region or the world.
The theme is “Road to WCF 2016: Culture of Peace: Towards Global Harmony” that will be held in Bali on 3–7 September 2016. The forum aspires to recommend mutual understanding and respect among different cultures, reducing internal and external conflicts and wars, peaceful for existence and building harmonious global society. There will be six sub themes that shall be discussed into six symposia, namley:
1. Conflict and “Glocal” Resolution Mechanism
2. Cultural Foundation in the Participation of Economic Development
3. The Rise of New Cultural Forces
4. The Role of Women in the Promotion of the Culture of Peace
5. Local Wisdom and the World of Peace
6. Local Values and Environment Sustainability: A Necessity of Peace
This event is supported by Ministry of Education Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Indonesia in cooperation with United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
A Social Scientific Approach towards Social Design for the Creation of Multicultural Society
Date: May 29-31, 2015
The Centennial Celebration of Seijo Gakuen
The10th Anniversary of the Faculty of Social Innovation, Seijo University