Journal of Depression & Anxiety is running successfully seventh volume with quarterly issue release on depressive and anxiety disorders and is providing an opportunity f
In two days of multidisciplinary programming, we’ll cross perspectives from several fields. From Geriatrics to Sociology, Law, Psychology, Sports, Nutritions, Religions, among many others, believing that the articulation of their contributes and experiences may enhance the knowledge about a cross and timeless interest.
We have just launched a business, Academic Consulting Services, which, alongside other work, offers a range of copy-editing services for Humanities and Social Sciences research.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is excited to announce that the 2019-2020 competition for the Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship is now open. The Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship provides opportunities for early- and mid-career professionals and practitioners to serve in professional placements in a foreign government ministry or institution.
In collaboration with the journals Frontiers in Sociology & Frontiers in Public Health (www.frontiersin.org) we are bringing together a selected group of international experts to contribute to an open-access article collection on:
Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. MDT at the University of Calgary
This is a call for papers/presentations for the panel FADE TO GREY. EXPLORING AGEING AND OLD AGE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES, that will be held as part of the 5th International Conference of the Romanian Sociological Society: Living in a Liquid Society, to be hosted by the West University of Timișoara, Romania, between September 14-15, 2018.
Constructive Resilience as Faith-Based Nonviolent Activism in the Face of Repression
Nonviolent responses to injustice and oppression, and nonviolent approaches to social change, have deep roots in religious thought and practice. Commitments to nonviolence can be found in virtually every religious tradition, even though such commitments have not always averted expressions of violence in the name of religion.