Instructions to Submission

For Whom
Papers are called from university academics, professionals, research fellows and research students in the discipline of related subjects of the Humanities and Social Sciences - Legacies and
Challenges in Development Discourse.
General Instructions
Authors are requested to align papers with the conference theme and indicate under which sub-theme the papers are presented.
Papers should be original contributions and should not be under consideration for any other conference or publication. Each submission must accompany a statement of originality in the covering letter. A soft-copy of this document should be sent with your extended abstract in MS Word format. In a case where there are multiple authors, the corresponding author can submit a statement of originality.
Forward your extended abstracts to in MS Word format. In case of diagrams/ formulas developed in any other software are doubtful to appear properly in MS Word, you may send a PDF version together with your MS Word file.
Extended Abstracts
It is required to submit the extended abstracts to the conference secretariat on or before 15th of January 2017. Extended abstracts (800-1000 words) submitted will be subject to a process of peer review prior to accept as a conference presentation. After the conference the authors of the selected extended abstracts have to send their full papers to the organizing committee. Those full papers will be revised by a reviewing panel before publishing in an edited volume.
Full Paper
Full papers must contain the title of the paper, name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s), abstract and keywords (3-5 keywords organized alphabetically). The main text of the paper must include the introduction, review of the relevant literature, research problem, methodology, data analysis, and conclusion. Full paper must be maximum of 5000 words (including references and appendices) in length.
Extended Abstract Template
Click the following link to download MS Word templates of the extended abstract.

Extended Abstract Templates