Third ARAB-TURKISH CONGRESS OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (ATCOSS)
State, Society and Justice
25th 27th April 2013
ATCOSS III is gathering in a critical period for the region as the year 2013 will witness the works of rebuilding institutions and democratic transition in many Arab countries such as Egypt and Tunisia. In the context of major global developments such as the financial crisis and the Arab Spring, this process will also open new horizons for cooperation among Arab and Muslim countries. Issues of relationship between state, society and justice are brought to the forefront of discussions in the academia as well as policy-making.
In this context ATCOSS III will focus on the relations between the state, society and justice. These relations will exceed political aspects and concern economic, social, cultural and scholarly aspects in realities of the Arab and Muslim worlds. These discussions carries an additional significance in the current world that is witnessing major economic crisis and changes in balances of power and in the region where we witness serious political, social and cultural changes. In this framework, the third Congress will focus on the following themes:
Relations between religion and politics
Issues of transition between state and society
New social movements and alternative media
Relationship between domestic, regional and international settings
Urbanization and immigration
Other related issues
Sending Abstracts: December 1st 2012
Sending Papers: March 1st 2013
Congress Dates: 25-27 April 2013
Registration fee for participants $50.
Please send abstracts (200-300 words) via this form.
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SDE - Stratejik Düşünce Enstitüsü - Institute Of Strategic Thinking
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