2nd International Congress on
People, Power & Politics
26 - 28 September 2019

National Aviation University (Kiev- Ukraine)

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2nd International Congress on


26-28 September 2019

National Aviation University (Kiev- Ukraine)

With the late 1980s, conjunctural shifts in international politics have provided a new type of ground enhanced by the dissolution of USSR, in which borders between nation states have become fluid. This era known as “globalization” provides a broader understanding for international politics which requires a multi-disciplinary vision in political science. Therefore, today it’s impossible to separate International Relations from Economics, or Political Science from Sociology; disciplines have been entwined with one another. Therefore, it is a must to handle Social Science with a broader understanding. As the organizers, it is an honour for us to welcome you to the very 1st International Congress on “People, Power, Politics”. As a multi-disciplinary academic event, main themes of the congress are determined as “Soft Power, Global Economy, Political Sociology and Globalization”. In addition to the aforementioned subjects, International Relations, Political Science, Economics, Business Management, Sociology, Human Rights, Diaspora and Migration studies, Literature, Philosophy, Communication, Law, Social Policy and other sub-fields of Social Sciences are also welcomed. The aim of this gathering is to make a contribution to the society and academia, in the light of the themes covered by the congress. Researchers and specialists are welcome to contribute in the aforementioned fields of Social Sciences. Abstracts outside the main subjects will also undergo an evaluation, and will be included in the congress upon the approval of the Organizing Committee. Papers will be accepted only in Turkish and English languages. Papers not presented in the congress will not be published.

Alessia Chiriatti from Italy

Slawek Kalinowski from Poland

Oksana Shostak, Svitlana Kharvtska, Yuliia Prvshupa, Lesia Konoplianvk, Anna Kolisnvchenko and Tetiana Tarnavska from Ukraine

Dolapo Fakuade from New Zealand



  • Soft Power
  • Public Diplomacy
  • Cultural Diplomacy
  • Smart Power
  • Foreign Aids
  • Nation Branding
  • Digital Diplomacy


  • Turkish Foreign Policy
  • European Union and Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Policy in Latin America
  • Central Asia and Foreign Policy
  • Political Theory & Foreign Policy
  • Current Foreign Policy Issues
  • Foreign aid politics
  • Cross-Cultural Research


  • Globalizing Turkey
  • Central Asia in Global World
  • State and Globalization
  • Global Powers in Middle East
  • Global Cities
  • Social Effects of Globalization
  • Multinational corporations and Global Capital Movements
  • Digital Revolution
  • Governance
  • Globalization vs Localization


  • Civil Society
  • Public Participation
  • Migration & Citizenship
  • Identity & Gender
  • Human Rights
  • Right to the City
  • Urban Movements


  • International Finance and Money Markets
  • International Trade, Regional Cooperation and Economic Unions
  • Sustainable Development and Growth
  • Welfare State, Social Security and Health Economics
  • Political Economy of Culture, Identity, Human Rights and Civil Society Organizations
  • Local Governance and Subsidiarity
  • Public Economics and Public Finance
  • Rural Development Policies


  • Economic policy in a globalizing world
  • World economy
  • Global warm and climate change
  • Global environmental problems and energy politics
  • Information economy and innovation
  • Crypto money
  • Global Consumer
  • Global marketing
  • Global communication and advertising
  • Industry 4.0


  • Emerging trends in 21st-century education
  • Classroom of the future
  • From methodology to practice
  • Multicultural education and politics
  • Special education
  • Education and research management
  • Second language learning and teaching
  • Foreign language teaching methods and approaches


  • The problem of national identity in the context of the polylogue of cultures
  • Interaction of the national languages of the modern world
  • Cultural interpretation of a literary text as a phenomenon for the search for national identity
  • Cultural communication and national identity
  • Anti-colonial measures of national identity in modern literary texts
  • Revaluation of gender values and the search for a national identity in a variety of arts
  • National identity as the fundamental phenomenon of the postmodern world
  • Forms of presentation of national identity in contemporary literature / art
  • National identity as an instrument of social (re)design and reliability

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600₺ / €90 / $100

Gala Dinner

Coffee Breaks

Congress Materials

One Paper prensentation

Late Registration

750₺ / €115 / $130

Gala Dinner

Coffee Breaks

Congress Materials

One Paper prensentation

Second Paper

200₺ / €30 / $35

Participants can present up to two papers

Students or Citizens of Ukraine
300 ₺ / €45 / $50

Gala Dinner

Coffee Breaks

Congress Materials

One Paper prensentation

Training of trainers

700 ₺ / €105 / $120

Congress Participation and Training of Trainers
875 ₺ / €135 / $150


90 ₺/ €13 / $15

Participants can present up to two papers


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