CHAC (Centre of History of Contemporary Asia) – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and
GRIC (Group of Research on Identities and Cultures) – Université Le Havre Normandie
THE RISE OF ASIA IN GLOBAL HISTORY AND PERSPECTIVE:
Global Crises – what impacts and what perspectives for Asia and the world?
Offline and online international and inter-trans-disciplinary conference, Paris and Le Havre, France, February 8-10, 2023
The conference is open to the public with registration for free at
PLENARY SESSIONS IN PARIS, February 8, 2023
PLENARY AND PARALLEL SESSIONS IN LE HAVRE, February 9-10, 2023
The Plenary Sessions are dedicated to THE OUTCOME OF G20 SUMMIT IN INDONESIA:
– What perspective for the global crises?
– What perspective for the developing world?
– What perspective for BRICS and NAM?
– What perspective for the unification or polarisation of the world?
With the participation of renown scholars from diverse countries as speakers: Bruno Drweski (France), Hans Köchler (Austria), Wolfgang Pape (EU), Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (Greece), Amzat Boukari-Yabara (Benin/Martinique), Connie Rahakundini Bakrie (Indonesia), Marco Ricceri (Italy), Marina Shilina (Russia), Noël Magloire Ndoba (Congo Brazzaville/France), Didik Sasono Setyadi (Indonesia), Manoranjan Mohanty (India), Beatriz Bissio (Uruguay/Brazil), Annamaria Artner (Hungary), Tapio Varis (Finland), Arlt Herbert (Austria), Rityusha Tiwary (India), Jean Cedric Obame Emane (Gabon), Istvan Tarrosy (Hungary), Dhananjay Rai (India), Pedro Paez (Ecuador), Paolo Motta (Italy), Darwis Khudori (Indonesia/France)…
The parallel sessions deal with: GLOBAL ISSUES; ASIA-GLOBAL CRISES; INDIA-CHINA-PACIFIC; SOCIO-CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION; HALAL MARKET AND INDUSTRY; BUSINESS WITH ASIA; MIDDLE EAST; BRICS; AFRICA (ENGLISH AND FRENCH SPEAKING SESSIONS).
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