The 6th Conference on Human Development in Asia- COHDA 2019
Abstr. due: 05.11.2019
Dates: 21.12.19 — 22.12.19
Area Of Sciences: Humanities;
Organizing comittee e-mail: email@example.com
Welcome to the 6th Conference on Human Development in Asia (COHDA 2019) to be held in Hiroshima, Japan on Saturday and Sunday, December 21-22, 2019 at the Bunka Koryu Kaikan in Hiroshima City. COHDA 2019 is being jointly held alongside the 6th Conference on Sustainable Tourism in Asia (COSTA 2019).
The 6th Conference on Human Development in Asia is an annual, international, peer-reviewed event that has been held every year in Hiroshima. This year’s event will coincide with the start of winter in Japan, which is actually an ideal time of the year for visiting Hiroshima. All attending participants will have an opportunity for travel around Hiroshima, including its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Peace Park and the Shrine Island of Miyajima (Itsukushima). The venue site overlooks the Honkawa River with a riverside walking path that leads directly to Peace Park.
Please note that the number of oral and poster time slots is limited. The organizers will close submissions and registration when the event has reached its capacity.
About COHDA 2019
Welcome to the 6th Conference on Human Development in Asia (COHDA 2019). With the theme of People, Planet, Profit, the aim of this event is to draw attention to both the progress and challenges facing an increasing globalized Asia. The economic, industrial and political developments among the nations that are located within the continent have brought about dramatic social change. Within a span of just over a century, Asia has been a major site of colonialism and decolonization, global warfare, political upheaval and regime change, the rise of new nations, ongoing ethnic and religious conflict, economic boom and recession, population explosion, cultural diasporas, viral epidemics, technological advancement, and severe environmental pollution and disasters.
While commentators and analysts have recognized the vast changes that have shaped the Asian continent, it is also crucial to understand the continuities that are maintained even in the face of such impetus for change. Apart from change, what constants still resist change? In addition, what factors contribute to such ongoing resilience? Although it may be argued that the forces of globalization and development have set in motion a number of positive changes in the ways we live our lives, this has also been counterbalanced by the continuities of inequality and suffering of many others. The tide of change often exists in a state of tension with the forces of continuity. Hence, in order for us to comprehend the forces of change, we must also engage other opposing forces.
At the same time, attempts to mediate the tension between change and continuity have given rise to growing diversities. Driven partly by the forces of migration within a global economic order often guided by transnational markets of production or consumption, new political and social-cultural fragmentation and intersections within nation-states in Asia have emerged. In the face of such developments, the implications of and challenges to efforts at sustainability are numerous. While it is increasingly recognized that sustainability entails dimensions far beyond the ecological sphere, the next step is to examine and understand the impact of change and continuity and the resultant diversities that are contained within.
COHDA 2019 Streams
- Education for Sustainable Development
- Sustainable Business, Production & Consumption
- Sustainable Energy
- Sustainable Urban Development
- Sustainable Water Management
- Other Areas (please specify)
We welcome proposals of 250 words in English by Friday, November 1, 2019. Click on the Link Below to Submit your Proposal Today!
Conference Web-Site: http://intesda.org/human-development-conference/
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