Application Due Date: October 13, 2019
The Land and Hardship conference 2020 provides the current research study and developments in policies and great practice on land governance around the globe. This conference has actually turned into one of the biggest worldwide occasions on land governance, drawing in over 1,400 individuals from federal governments, academics, civil society, and the economic sector.
Submission guidelines for paper abstract
- Please send abstract for oral discussion of an private paper, poster, or MasterClass by October 13, 2019 by means of ConfTool(Please see standards on how to develop a brand-new user account and how to send an abstract Propositions for a panel are declined.
must be in between 800 and 1,500 words, confidential, composed in American.
English, and sent online in Word format. Abstracts less than800
words will not be examined.
- Abstract choice for.
discussion is through a double-blind peer-review procedure. Requirements are.
( i) importance to conference thematic tracks;; (ii) ingenious and brand-new;.
( iii) evidence-based and methodological suitability (iv).
significance for policy, interventions or research study program; and (v).
clearness of proposition.
- Abstract approval for oral discussion, poster and masterclass will be interacted by December 3, 2019.
to area constraint, signed up individuals will be appointed max. one.
slot for an oral discussion (for accepted abstracts just). If an.
extra abstract was accepted, it will be consisted of in the poster.
discussions. Replacement of accepted speaker by co-author or.
associate will not be accepted, if leading to more than one oral discussion.
- Kindly keep in mind that addition of an accepted discussion in the last conference program is conditional on (i) prompt conference registration and (ii) uploading of complete paper
- Due date conference registration: January 31, 2020
- Due date submission complete documents, posters and Masterclasses: February 15, 2020
- Due date submission PowerPoint: March 9, 2020
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