CALL FOR PAPERS
You are welcome to submit your research papers to the 4th International conference on Poverty and Sustainable development 2017 which is scheduled to be held on 05th – 06th December in Colombo, Sri Lanka.This poverty conference provides the best opportunity to share your valuable research findings, build network and stimulate learning. In today’s context the world is experiencing a wide variety of issues, of which some have been long lasting and are considered a global phenomenon. Poverty is one such issue the world is on the lookout for solutions and solutions that will sustain enabling a consistency in development. The emergence of seventeen aspirational Global Goals to be achieved within a span of a decade and a half was set by the United Nations with the aim of addressing areas that in summary are considered vital for a sustainable living. When considering all seventeen goals, the first among them is eradicating Poverty signifying the importance of the drive to address the issue.
The elimination of a social issue is highly possible only with the active participation of people, and to react the possession of knowledge in the subject matter is of great importance. The 4th International Conference on Poverty and Sustainable Development (ICPSD 2017) is believed to act as that platform which will serve as the bridge for knowledge transfer thus creating awareness among its stakeholders contributing to a guaranteed future witnessing sustainable development.
The International Conference on Poverty and Sustainable Development (ICPSD 2017) invites you to submit Abstracts of your research work under any of the below mentioned tracks but not limited to ,to be eligible to be able to reserve a slot to present at the Poverty Conference 2017.
- Refugees and Poverty
- Governance and Poverty
- Secularism and Poverty
- Modern Agriculture Practices and Poverty
- Technological Advances and Poverty
- Cashless Society and Poverty Implications
- Poverty Eradication Success Stories
- Poverty Eradication Disasters
- Immigrants and Poverty
- Middle East Labour Contribution to Poverty Eradication
- GDP and Poverty
- Sufficiency Economics and Poverty
- National Happiness Index and Poverty
- Circular Economics and Poverty
Find out more: http://povertyconferences.com/