State of the Community 2018: “#ShareYourHumanity”
Paris, France, June 27th – 29th, 2018
Paper and Projects proposals due: April 20th, 2018
The Dhillon Marty Foundation, in partnership with MOST (Management of Social Transformations) and COMEST (World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology), UNESCO, will organize its seventh Annual Conference “State of the Community” in Paris from June 27th to the 29th, 2018. The 7th Annual Conference is entitled #ShareYourHumanity. Thus, the theme asks participants to think about the ways democracy is, and can be, shaped in the every-day with a particular focus on technology, political institutions, global justice, environment, fiscal inequalities, employment opportunities, cultural diversity, identities and gender issues.
In that light, we invite paper proposals and any other related project, such as artistic productions (paintings, drawings, music, poetry); art performance/installation or wide range exposure projects (journal, blog, website, channel, radio or TV show), social sciences, humanities, arts and any other related field.
Submissions can be in English or French.
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