Organization: Cultures Conference
Since its foundation in 2017, the Cultures Conference has acted as a learning platform for academic and educational institutions, research centres, institutes, organisations and industry, enabling presentation, discussion and education on key issues, trends and recent developments in the social sciences, humanities, arts, education, business and management fields. Scholars, researchers, practitioners, consultants, trainers, professionals and policy makers from across the world are invited to share their expertise, research results, new ideas, solutions and valuable experience. The conference is an opportunity for attendees to establish academic and business relations and find global partners for future collaboration.
CTICDS 2021 encourages interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research, and theoretical and empirical papers!
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
IDENTITY AND CULTURE
INTERCULTURALISM AND MULTICULTURALISM
GENDER AND SOCIETY
LANGUAGE AND EDUCATION
NGOs AND HUMANITARIAN AID
ORAL PRESENTATION: Specific allocated time will be given to presenters and additional minutes will be added for Q&A (questions and answers), which will be moderated by the session chair. The required technical equipment will be provided for PowerPoint presentations.
POSTER PRESENTATION: Each poster must include text in a large enough font to be read easily on an A1 poster (594 x 841 mm). Material should be displayed in logical sequence (introduction, development, conclusion). We strongly recommend avoiding glossy or heavy material when printing your poster.
WORKSHOP: You are welcome to organise a workshop relevant to the theme of the conference if you prefer to give your audience a first-hand learning experience.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Suggested topic "Global impact of the Coronovarius COVID-19".
Under the Auspices of the Cultural Centre of Chania and the Region of Crete-Regional Unit of Chania
An event organised by Cultures Conference in collaboration with AZM University (Lebanon), Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University (Romania), SIETAR Italia (Italy) and Filomathia Greek Language Centre (Greece)
Contact Person and Programme Chair: Dr Eirini Daskalaki
Dr Eirini Daskalaki