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Call for Papers: The Triple Helix Summit

The 15th International conference of the Triple Helix Association (THA) will be held on 20th – 22nd February, 2017 at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. The theme of this THA international conference is “Accelerating the Attainment of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through ICT and Data”. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/topics/sustainabledevelopmentgoals

Presenters are encouraged to submit brief papers on ground breaking innovations, research and best practices in Health, Education, Environment and ICT & Data that can turn around the pace of attaining the SDGs. All papers and innovation and best practice cases will be double blind peer reviewed. Authors of accepted papers and cases will be invited to present their work at the Summit and papers and cases will be included in the programme subject to successful registration of the participating authors. Accepted papers and cases will be published in the conference proceedings that will be made available on the www.triplehelixsummit.org.

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7th AIBUMA Conference: Call for Papers

 28th & 29th JULY 2016
 
THEME:  “LEVERAGING ON TECHNOLOGY IN EXPANDING THE FRONTIERS OF BUSINESS
 
Venue: University of Nairobi, School of Business, Lower Kabete Campus,
Nairobi, Kenya
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
 
sub-themes
1. Technology and SMEs
2. Technology and manufacturing, service, design and delivery
3. Technology and sustainable development
4. Technology and marketing effectiveness
5. The role of technology in strategic management
6. Human Resource Management and Technology
7. Operations management and Technology
8. Insurance and Technology
9. Procurement and Supply chain management and Technology
10.Role of Technology in sustainable business
 

Call for Papers: Pathways to African Feminism and Development the Journal of the African Women Studies Centre

Original articles are invited for issue No 4 of Pathways to African
Feminism and Development on the theme: Merging Theories and Practice:
Theories in Women Studies and Practical Experiences. The theme allows for a wide range of research in:
 
1. Historical development of women studies as an academic   discipline
2. Current theoretical perspectives in African women studies
3. Academic challenges caused by the inter-disciplinary nature of women studies
4. Translating theories into practice in the field
5. Practical experiences at all levels
6. Lessons learnt from practical experiences enriching the theoretical perspectives.