CFP: The Virtual International Conference on Freedom, Human Rights, Global Crises, Solidarity & Values

Submission deadline: May 20, 2023

Conference date(s):
May 20, 2023 - May 28, 2023

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CFP: The 17th bi-Annual International Virtual Conference on

Freedom, Human Rights, Global Crises, Solidarity & Values at, May 20-28, 2023

Incentive: Every Society needs to be bound together by common values so that its members know what to expect of each other and have some shared principles by which to manage their differences without resorting to violence. The values of peace, freedom, social progress, equal rights, and human dignity, enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and many other endeavors of same fabric, are no less valid today than when, over half a century ago, those documents were drafted by representatives of many different nations and cultures. Disillusioned with globalization, many people have retreated into narrower interpretations of community. This, in turn, leads to conflicting value systems, which encourage people to exclude some of their fellow human beings from the scope of their empathy and solidarity because they do not share the same religious or political beliefs, cultural heritage, or even skin color...

Harold G. Koenig, Duke University (USA); Stephen David Edward, University of Zululand (SouthAfrica); Christoph Stückelberger, President (Switzerland); Marc Schmitz, Union Européenne des Huissiers de Justice (UEHJ - Belgium); Patrick Gielen, (UEHJ), Brussels; Guillaume Payan, University of Toulon (France); Oğuzhan Tan, University of Ankara & Osman Murat DENIZ, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi (Turkey) - will deliver this year’s keynote address

Possible topics included into the following Panels:

I. Ethics and Values facing Law impositions 

II. Human Dignity in War and Crises. The Impact on Law and Society

III. The Influence of Values and Value Systems on Social and Legal Norms

IV. Social and Legal Instruments for Preserving Values in the Current Society

V. Human Values, Smoking Behavior, and Public Health Programs

VI.    Spiritual & Religious values in accordance with Social changes

Presentations should be approximately 15 to 18 minutes in length and will receive attendees' responses. In addition, the entire conference holds online, 24/7 during 20-28 May, 2023 on the virtual platform of conference for discussions, while the Proceedings will be published in Open Online Archive in less then 30 days.

Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you at the 2023 Dialogo Conference: IVC on Freedom, Human Rights, Global Crises, Solidarity & Values at

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#Human Dignity, #Absolute Values, #Women’s and Girls’ Rights, #Coercive measures, Sanctions, embargoes, #Equality & non-discrimination, #Freedom of religion or belief, #Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/equalit, #Minority rights; inclusion; hate speech, #The right to human dignity in palliative and end-of-life care, #Spiritual care integration into Mental Health