4. NATIONAL SECURITY

  • Countering corruption through e-governance.
  • Enhancing good corporate governance
  • Combating crime, terrorism and human trafficking
  • Tackling revenue leakages
  • Money laundering and externalisation of foreign currency
  • Controlling invasive species
  • The nexus between food security and national security
  • Improved drought-tolerant crops
  • Cyber-security for sustainable development

 GUIDELINES FOR WRITING ABSTRACTS

Abstracts of not more than 300 words should be submitted in 12 Times New Roman in MS Word format and include the following:  abstract title, author’s names, sub-theme chosen, author’s institution, and contact details (functional email addresses and cell phone numbers). In the case of abstracts for published papers, Authors should give a statement stating that the work has been published elsewhere. Full papers presented by authors whose abstracts are accepted will be published in the 12th ZIRS Book of Papers Presented. Authors of accepted abstracts are expected to make oral or poster presentations.

SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES   

Deadline for submission of abstracts                          30 July 2018

Feedback on reviewed abstracts                                  10 August 2018

Due date for submission of full papers                       15 October 2018

Feedback on reviewed full papers                               15 November 2018

Deadline of receipt of corrected papers                      30 November 2018

Early registration begins                                               1 October 2018

Late registration begins                                                4 February 2019

 

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