Int. Scientific Conference on "Human Rights: Achievements and Challenges"Conferences 20.11.2018
Caucasus International University is pleased to invite you
to participate in the International Scientific Conference dedicated to 70 Years Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
Tbilisi, Georgia, December 14, 2018
The theme of the conference is: Human Rights: Achievements and Challenges.
- To gather scientific innovations;
- To facilitate the establishment of strong scientific connections between Georgian and foreign scientists and doctoral students;
- To promote interdisciplinary studies.
The papers presented at the conference may refer to individuals’ rights and protection mechanisms recognized by the declaration, its effect on the legislation of various countries and international law and challenges 70 years after adoption.
Note: Please note that you are not confined to the list above and papers dealing with other issues connected to the theme are also welcome.
Conference working language: English
Conference registration – (deadline for submitting conference materials – conference paper and CV) November 30, 2018;
Conference results – December 1, 2018;
Conference date – December 14,2018.
Academic personnel and doctoral students with an active status of any accredited university are welcome to participate.
An author can submit only one paper;
Each paper can have one or two authors.
The presented conference papers must meet the following requirements:
Paper length: 7-10 pages;
Font of the main text and footnote: Sylfaen;
Font size of the main text – 11, footnote: – 9;
Line spacing – 1.15;
Margins – 1.9 cm.
The interested individuals should send their papers and CV to the following email address: email@example.com
Please, indicate the title of the conference: Human Rights: Achievements and Challenges in the subject line of email.
The submitted papers will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
- Correspondence between the content and title;
- Significance of the topic;
- The style of forming and expressing opinion;
- Author’s assessment of the subject (individual viewpoint);
- Compliance with technical requirements;
- Proper citation techniques;
- Extensive bibliography.
The selected conference papers will be published in conference proceedings; Therefore, Caucasus International University reserves the right to edit the papers in agreement with the author.
Khatuna Burkadze – Doctor of Law, CIU Associate Professor;
Marine Kvachadze – Doctor of Law, CIU Associate Professor;
Mindia Ugrekhelidze – Doctor of Juridical Science, Supervisor of Doctoral Program in Law;
Mariam Jikia – Doctor of Law, Head of International Law Laboratory;
Ketevan Jincharadze – Doctor of Law, Associate Professor of Georgian-American University.
Sesili Gogiberidze – Head of Scientific Research Department;
Tamar Nadirashvli – Deputy Head of International Relations Department;
Anuki Tsivtsivadze – Head of Public Relations Service;
Tamta Tsirkvadze – Coordinator at the Faculty of Law.