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Call for papers & best paper award on the concept of ‘dialogue of civilisations’

The aim of DOC RI is to analyse major social, economic, and political trends and to suggest alternative models for regional and global sustainable development.
This call for papers is based on the theme ‘dialogue of civilisations’. The accepted papers will be published on our website and in the 2018 Rhodes Volume, which will be presented at the 16th Annual Rhodes Forum in Greece, October 5 th to 6th, 2018. Authors of the top two papers will be offered financial support to attend in the Forum.
Papers should aim to answer the following questions at the theoretical and methodological levels from various disciplinary perspectives:

What is ‘dialogue of civilisations’?
Why is ‘dialogue of civilisations’ important (within certain areas of study and more broadly for humanity)?
How can ‘dialogue of civilisations be practically applied in ‘real world situations’? (Empirical studies are welcomed.)

If you would like to submit a research paper, please send your submission to editor@doc-research.org by June 15, 2018. Papers should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words.
DOC RI experts will review and award the top two papers:
First Prize: Travel and accommodations for the 2018 Rhodes Forum covered by DOC RI
Second Prize: Accommodations for the 2018 Rhodes Forum covered by DOC RI
* All other accepted papers will be published on the DOC RI website and in our 2018 Rhodes Volume. *
Participants will be informed about the decision before August 1, 2018.
 
 

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