international conference


Kinnaird College for Women University (KC) will host the 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities on 17th – 19th May 2022.

More than 300 papers from about 35 National and International Universities on topics of Economics, Education, Political Science, Human Geography, Demography, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Archeology, Jurisprudence, History, Linguistics, Culture, Media & Communications, Human Rights, International Relations, Political Economy, Business Management, Finance & Commerce, Technology Management, Innovation, Commercialization, Social Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property And Inventor, Globalization And Trends are going to be presented at the conference.

Invited keynote foreigner speakers are Dr Evi Eliyanah: Associate Prof & Director, Office of International Affairs – Universitas Negeri Malang (UM), Indonesia, Dr Cristina Menegazzi: Heritage and Sustainable Tourism – Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), Andrew Whaley: Specialist in Social and Behavior Change Communication – Film & TV, Radio, Electronic and Print Media – South Africa.

A number of prominent academicians from Pakistan, including Dr Syed Irfan Hyder: Vice Chancellor Zia Uddin University (ZU), Ambassador Nadeem Riyaz: President-Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Dr Zulfiqar Umrani: Director ORIC, Sustainability Office, Zia uddin University, Dr Niels Hegewisch: Country Director Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Pakistan, will also speak on the occasion.

The conference will provide a platform for national and international researchers and scholars to discuss and share their latest research. For registration and more details kindly visit the ORIC website.

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Habib University held an international conference on February 1 and 2 titled ‘Questioning South Asia’. The conference invited contributions from scholars willing to think beyond the construct of South Asia as a territorially bound space with discrete nations. Both days of the conference saw attendance by large numbers of people including academics, students, and civil society representatives.

Already known for being one of the top educational institutions in Pakistan, the historic Government College University (GCU) Lahore is taking various initiatives to become one of the top bastions of intellectual discourse on various issues. In this regard, GCU will be organising three international conferences over the course of November 2017 to hold deliberations on several key problems of the present age.