If you wish to participate, please fill out the registration form provided.
Students can participate as Guests or through the submission of a Abstract for oral or poster presentation or by submitting a photograph for the Photography Competition. More information on the review process, how to write and submit a paper can be found under How to apply.
Paper submissions will be accepted from students currently on an undergraduate course or students who have graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor's degree.
Participation is open to ANYONE, UK and non-UK students.
We welcome written papers as well as other forms of presentation such as short documentaries and photo exhibitions.
All accepted works will be presented, having been reviewed by a panel consisting of academic experts.
For those that are still studying, papers in the region of 2000-5000 words will be accepted.
We welcome coursework and other papers. A maximum word limit of 6000 words has been put in place for those who would like to submit their dissertations.
Papers should addresss one or more of the following themes:
- War, Conflict and Migration
- Power and Gender Inequalities in Society
- Governance, Institutions and State Building
- Civil Society, Social Movements and Grassroots Organizations
- Importance and Influence of the Third Sector
- Population Growth, Resources, Environment
- Sustainable Development, Energy, Climate Change
- Food and Agriculture, Food Security
- Cultural and Social Transformation, Role of Social Media
- European and International Human Rights Law / Theories of Justice
- Tourism Impact
- Sustainable Development Goals
30th September 2016 / Abstract submission DEADLINE
21st October 2016 / Delegates informed if abstract has been accepted
28th October 2016 / Papers to be submitted in electronic form
20th November 2016 / Delegates informed by email of amendments or corrections to paper