Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane - Sixth Annual International Conference on Social Sciences
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Sixth Annual International Conference on Social Sciences

Hosted by: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
The event will start on: 25 May 19 08:00
And will end on: 26 May 19 20:00
Location : Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco

Conference rationale

The sixth annual conference on social sciences in Morocco organized by Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane is scheduled for 25-26 May 2019. The conference aims to expand on concerns in Morocco and elsewhere regarding the multifaceted issue of migration. Migration is one of the unavoidable issues of our times. According to the UN’s International Migration Report, 258,000,000 individuals, or 3.5% of the world’s population, were living in countries other than their own in 2017. 25,000,000 of these were refugees. Migration is a constant thread in the otherwise erratic news cycle. It figures on the agenda of countless international organizations. The issue takes center stage in every election in the West. Populations are concerned about how it impacts national identity while policy-makers worry about its intersections with security issues. Meanwhile, social scientists the world over are studying every facet of migration, how it contributes to development and women’s empowerment, how it transforms family relations, and how it intersects with that other unavoidable issue of our times, climate change.

Call for Papers: