The World Conference on Research in Social Sciences was hosted on the 21st-23rd of February in the stunning city of Rome, Italy. We picked Sapienza University as the venue for the event because it is one of the oldest universities in the world, and, as such, made for the perfect backdrop for this prestigious academic event.
Participants came from all over the world – Russia, Japan, Spain, Georgia, Turkey, Bangladesh, Uganda, Nigeria, India, and others. The conference was a premier opportunity for cross-border learning, which is why it was attended by all members of the academia – researchers, scholars, doctorate students, etc. On top of that, the topics attracted numerous representatives of for- and non-profit organizations as well as government agencies.
We are grateful to the scientific committee of the event. Their hard work reviewing each paper submission resulted in the superb quality of presentations. Topic covered included: relationship between human and livestock in the nomadic life, artistic research in Georgia, the effectiveness of moratorium policy on the establishment of the private higher education institutions in Malaysia, and many others. Research was presented in the form of both oral and poster presentations.
Networking was further facilitated by the free guided tour, which we organized for the attendees of the event. We got to explore much of what Italy’s capital has to offer – historical architecture, delightful atmosphere, and mouthwatering cuisine.
We are accepting paper submissions and registrations for the 2021 edition of the event. Make sure to add important dates to your calendar as this is the one academic event of the year you don’t want to miss out on!