The purpose of the Conference is to create a forum for debating topics of great interest to society, thus, trying to expand the network of interested stakeholders and extend the ground for best practice exchanges from different institutions and various domains.
The Conference aims to bring together already involved key actors as well as engaged participants, representatives of academic, economic and social partners to discuss and exchange their experiences and research results on different aspects of Social and Humanistic Science. Based on the multi-field methodology-encompassing, inter-disciplinary character of the Conference, we strongly encourage potential participants and stakeholders with background and research interests in the fields of Sociology and Social Work, European Studies, International Relations and Security Studies, Political Sciences, History and Philosophy to apply. Therefore, international participation is mostly welcomed and appreciated – researchers, PhD candidates and professionals are gladly invited to submit articles that focus on the topics presented.
The papers must be unpublished work.
The abstracts and full papers should be submitted for review in electronic format: MS Word
Papers are to be submitted in the official language of the Conference, English, containing a title, a short abstract (between 200 and 300 words), six key words as well as a 6 row bio note about the author(s).
Please provide the full names, affiliations, mailing addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of the authors, indicating the contact author.
Please include in the e-mail containing the paper the session topic for which you are submitting the article and also the partner journal in which you want to publish.
Please double-check spelling, syntax, composition and layout.
One author can submit two papers, but only one as first author.
Remember: The editorial board, reserves the right, upon review by the referents, to publish or reject any of the received papers and to suggest changes that may be considered necessary, based on a blind peer review procedure.
4.International Relations and Security Studies
5.Law and Criminology
6.Politics and History