THE CONFERENCE IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT ATTENDED AND MADE IT A SUCCESSFUL EVENT.
PROGRAMME IS NOW AVAILABLE
The first call for participation is open and we invite researchers and practitioners to submit original work for presentation at the Second Annual International Conference on Sustainable Human Development 2014 (iSHuD 2014). The special theme for this year is Sustainable Cities.
The conference will be held in London, UK April 2nd to 3rd 2014.
Brunel University campus, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH.
Scholars are encouraged to submit theoretical, empirical and practice oriented papers on the themes of the conference. We welcome high quality submissions in any of the cognate areas listed below in an international context with potential application to policy for improving the quality of life for citizens. The main criteria for acceptance are originality, relevance and scientific merit.
The chair invites original high quality contributions in the following broad thematic areas:
Please see the Themes page for more details.
Through this conference we aim to provide the leading forum for debate on issues of importance to society at large. Through a structured programme of research presentations, seminars, posters, demonstrations and exhibition, it is intended that participants will gain new insights, knowledge and competencies of relevance to the betterment of life in a sustainable way. Scholars and policy makers will have the opportunity to engage in discussion on the pressing problems facing long-term viability and sustainability of societies, including considerations for diversity and well-being of local communities in reaction to the challenges posed by growing globalization and development.
Further details are available from the conference chair firstname.lastname@example.org.