Human Rights Conferences

Human Rights Trade Shows & Conferences by Country

Memory: Forgetting and Creating

Date: 11-Sep-14 to 12-Sep-14
Location: Gdansk / Poland
Memory: Forgetting and Creating Interdisciplinary Conference in Gdańsk, Poland 11th – 12th September 2014 Website address: http://memoryforgetting.ug.edu.pl Deadline for paper proposals: 15th June 2014 Venue: University of Gdańsk Organizer: University of Gdańsk (Poland) – Research Unit for Dream, Memory and Imagination Studies Co-organizers: Jagiellonian University (Poland) Federal University of Paraná (Brazil) University of São Paulo (Brazil) McGill University (Canada) In our increasingly fast-paced societies, where information is abundant and its reception is superficial, human memory appears to be an endangered phenomenon. This is why we would like to take a closer look at the complex processes of memory. These include forgetting, neglecting, negation, and ...

2014 International E-Conference on Economy under sanctions

Date: 22-Sep-14 to 22-Sep-14
2014 International E-Conference on Economy under sanctions is the premier forum for the presentation of new papers and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Issues such as sanctions and economy, trade, international law, political science and sociology, social sciences, etc. The conference will bring together leading researchers, scientists, economists, lawyers, sociologist, etc. in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to: Theme and sub-theme: - Explain the economic conditions of sanctioned countries (China, Libya, India, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, South Africa, Syria, Sudan, Afghanistan, North Korea, etc.) from the perspective of macro-Economic variables (exports, imports, ...

Bucharest Conference in Applied Ethics 2014 5th Edition “Ethical Challenges in the New Business Environment”

Date: 23-Oct-14 to 24-Oct-14
Location: Bucharest / Romania
The current economic and social crisis is generally considered a solid proof that ethics is rather optional for businessmen and companies than a normal way of doing business. The scandals that affected the banking sector since 2000, for example, have been taken as illustrating the loose moral standards in the business environment in general and many have accused a complicity between the business and public sectors. Others blamed a so-called “savage Capitalism” for providing the setting for unethical behaviour. The 5th edition of the Bucharest Conference in Applied Ethics will bring together both academics and professionals from various disciplines and industries in order to explore the trends and propose new ways to think about the ethical limits of business.