The ecological transition is one of the EU's strategic lines of action to address present and future environmental problems. The aim of the conference is to reflect on how to face the challenge of ecology without forgetting the place of the human being.
The European Association of Free Faculties (AEFLib), the Catholic University of Avila (UCAV), the Institute of Comparative Philosophy (IPC), the Catholic Institute of Higher Studies (ICES), the Catholic Institute of Rennes (ICR) Universitat Abat Oliba CEU and the Katholische Hochschule ITI (ITI) invite the global community to the International Conference on Humanism and Ecological Transition to be held on 21-22 October 2022 in Ávila (Spain), both in person and virtual.
Over the last two decades, a number of international meetings have taken place which have highlighted the need to address environmental problems jointly.
As a result of these meetings, legislative initiatives have been approved that seek to achieve various environmental objectives for the years 2030 and 2050.
In this firm commitment to sustainability, the question arises as to the place of the human being, who is in danger of being blurred. In this sense, the International Conference on Humanism and Ecological Transition aims to reflect on how modern societies can develop fully in harmony with the natural environment and, at the same time, to vindicate the centrality that the human being should have in this process.
The Conference is structured around 5 topics and themes that seek to bring together the different dimensions of the challenge of an ecological transition centred on the person: Economy, Science, Education-Psychology, Law and Philosophy-Theology.
Attendance and presentation of a research paper.
The registration and payment fees includes: – Access to the Conference. – Certificate of participation. – The right to present a maximum of one paper online or in-person. – Certificate for each paper submitted. – After review and selection by the Scientific Committee, the best texts presented at the Conference may be published by Comares (Q1 Ranking General SPI). The papers that were not selected by the Scientific Committee, may be published by the Catholic University of Avila with an ISBN.
Registration fee: 60 euros (*) (*) In the event that a paper has several co-authors (up to a maximum of 3), each of them will have to register and pay the corresponding registration fee.
The registration and payment fees includes: – Access to the Conference. – Certificate of participation. – You may not submit papers. Registration fee: 30 euros
We invite all researchers from all over the world to attend the Conference and to submit a paper proposal along the lines of the above-mentioned topics.