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The organisation of the International Human Rights Conference: emerging challenges invites those authors who wish to share their projects, experiences or academic-professional reflections on the following themes, to participate via oral presentations:
• Assessment of the International Law of Human Rights from its birth to the present time
• The International Law of Human Rights in the face of the challenge of terrorism
• Human Rights and management of diversity
• Human Rights in the face of the refugee challenge
• The future of Human Rights
• Human rights, economy and labour market
• Human Rights and Peace
• Human Rights and health
• Human Rights and gender
• Human Rights, art and culture
• Human Rights, communication and liberty of expression
• Right to private and family life
• Education for Human Rights
• Human Rights, science and technology
• Human Rights and democracy
• Other Human Rights challenges
Oral communications must be made up of:
Summary: 150 words
Keywords: five maximum
Language: english, spanish or basque
Deadline for presentation of title and summary of the oral communications: from 1 September to 21 October 2018.
Mailing address: email@example.com
Template to fill in: Download here
Duration of oral presentation of papers: 10 min.
A maximum of 2 oral communications per person are admitted.
Simultaneous interpretation service will not be available for oral presentations.
The Scientific Committee of the International Human Rights Conference: emerging challenges reserves the right to select those oral communications proposals that it considers have the necessary quality for their oral presentation at the Conference.
Notification of the oral communications accepted in the Conference website: 28 October
All oral presentations will be candidates for the prize for the best Oral Communication International Human Rights Conference: emerging challenges 2018 in each of the previously mentioned categories.
1.- The International Human Rights Conference: emerging challenges will grant the following prizes:
Category of Degree/Master Student Certificate and €150
Category of PhD Student/Pre-doctoral researcher Certificate and €150
Category of PhD researcher/Professor/Lecturer Certificate and €250
Category of Other professions linked to Human Rights Certificate and €250
2.- The prizes may be declared vacant.
3.- All oral presentations will be included in the contest.
4.- The Jury will be comprised of Professors and Researchers of the University of Basque Country (UPV/EHU) and University of Deusto.
5.- Prize-giving will take place during the last day of the Conference.
In addition to the presentation of oral communications during the celebration of the Congress, participants may opt to present papers in writing based upon their oral communications in accordance with the model format provided (Download here the Guidelines for papers). Contributions will be published as chapters of a monographic book published by Tirant lo Blanch, following selection by the Scientific Committee. Unlike the oral presentations, which may be delivered in any of the three languages of the Conference, the papers must be written in Spanish.
Contributions will be sent before the 16th December 2018 to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org