The 14th Annual Loyola University New Orleans Student Peace Conference Presents: Navigating a Fragmented World: Concurring and Dissenting Opinions March 28- April 1
Presented both virtually and in-person, this year’s conference hones in on the divided nature of our globe. We aim to provide a platform to discuss, debate, and critique the differing opinions about some of the most pressing issues of our era: human rights, climate change, politics, economics, medicine, art, literature, and so much more. There is no fee involved for the conference, participation and all events are open to the public.
We are accepting academic papers, artistic projects, creative writings, research posters, and anything else of the sort. All projects, and disciplines are welcomed and encouraged to participate! Non-Loyola students are welcome to submit! The Middle East Peace Studies Program will award the top 3 projects, as decided by a panel of faculty judges. At least one of them will be given to projects on the Middle East & North Africa.
Please send a 250 word abstract of your paper or a description of your project to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Behrooz Moazami