Part of Arab NGO Portal, covers call for abstracts, papers, participation and proposals where it basically mean an invitation by different organizations asking people to submit original, scholarly articles for review, consideration and possible publication or presentation in a conference workshop, meeting, seminar, or a journal, for civil society in or for the Arab World.
Subjects vary depending on the event, the publication and the country.
There are currently 19 calls listed.
Lexis organizes the experts meet of the cardiology field to bring the eminent persons of cardiology from all over the world on one plat form through which the new innovations
Lexis organizes the experts meet of the cardiology field to bring the eminent persons of cardiology from all over the world on one plat form through which the new innovations and research will be explored and reached in front of the world which is a huge benefit to every cardiac disorder survivor and every individual in the world to stay healthy
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
- Interventional Cardiology
- Cardiac stem cell therapy
- Cardiac Pharmacology
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Pulse rate management
- Stroke Prevention
- Cardiovascular Complications
- Recent Heart disorder diagnosis
- Heart beat and pumping
- Paediatric Cardiology
- Veterinary cardiology
- Cardiac Nursing
- Clinical Cardiology
- Adult Heart disease management
- Diabetes and cardio metabolic disease
- Heart failure
- Obesity and cardiovascular disorders
- Innovations in cardiovascular system management
- Cardiac risk benefit analysis and dosing
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Applications are accepted from August 10th, 2019 (00:01 GMT).Entries to the competition must be submitted before October 1st, 2019.The shortlist of finalists will be
Applications are accepted from August 10th, 2019 (00:01 GMT).
Entries to the competition must be submitted before October 1st, 2019.
The shortlist of finalists will be defined by November 20th, 2019. The finalists will be notified accordingly.
Winning projects in each category will be revealed at the award ceremony on January 22nd, 2020.
The total prize fund is 520,000 CHF. Three winners in each category share a monetary prize of 130,000 CHF (including taxes, as stipulated by the legislation in force):
The first prize winner receives 100,000 CHF.
The second prize winner receives 20,000 CHF.
The third prize winner receives 10,000 CHF.
No submission fees are charged.
Rules of Entry
Applications submitted only by representatives of professional journalism organizations are accepted for participation in the contest.
Maximum of 3 (three) journalists from one journalism organization can be nominated for participation in the contest.
A submission form must be filled out by a representative of a registered organization.
Publications participating in the contest must have been published in printed media and/or posted on media websites and media outlets from June 1st, 2018 to May 31st, 2019.
One publication must be attached to the application form in accordance with the instructions on the website. The attached file must be in PDF format and must not exceed 10 Mb.
The following details must be indicated in the form:
Personal details referring to the representative of a journalism organization:
- Surname and first name;
- Professional journalism organization you are representing;
- Country where professional journalism organization is registered;
- Contact details (phone number, e-mail)
Personal details referring to the author of the publication:
- Surname and first name;
- Citizenship or country of residence;
- Author’s place of work (name of an organization and address);
- Author’s position;
- Contact details (phone number, e-mail);
- Contact details of one or more organizations for requesting references and feedbacks in relation to the authors;
- Author’s written consent to participate in the contest (in free format) in case the application is submitted by the third person
Data referring to the publication
- Category of the competition;
- Information on the publication (title and media platform where the reporting was published, country of publication (for printed publications);
- Original language of publication;
- Link to the publication, date of publication;
- Reasons for nomination in brief (a few statements)
For inquiries please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
No submission fees are charged.
Requirements to Publications
All publications must be provided in English. Publications in languages other than English will be accepted provided that they are accompanied by translation into English. The translation must be provided in the same file as the original publication. The translation must be carried out by a professional translator and be of high quality. The translation must be accurate and complete; it has to be carried out in line with the norms and standards of the English language. Translation through an automatic engine is not valid. Word-for-word translation is not allowed.
Materials published in printed media, posted on media websites and media will be accepted for participation in the contest.
Publication Assessment Criteria
The following criteria are taken into account in assessment of publications: veracity of facts, visibility, transparency and completeness of the description. “Loud” facts, analytical approach, expertise in politics and economy as well as ethical principles are considered by the Jury of the contest.
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3rd International Conference on Entrepreneurship studies, Business, Economy, and Management Science (ESBEM)
3rd International Conference on Entrepreneurship studies, Business, Economy, and Management Science (ESBEM) CALL FOR PAPER! ALL PAPERS have PUBLICATION opportunity in VARIOUS INDEXED INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL: SCOPUS,ISI/THOMSON REUTERS,GOOGLE SCHOLAR,and many more. SCIENTIFIC OPPORTUNITY and PROJECT will be offered ONLY for participants who attend 3rd ESBEM. October 28-29, 2019 Venue: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Culture Resource is pleased to launch the open call for the 2020 round of the
Culture Resource is pleased to launch the open call for the 2020 round of the Production Awards program which supports artists and writers from the Arab region, under the age of 35, by offering grants to enable them to produce their first creative projects.
This round offers 20 grants of up to $10,000 for projects in literature, music, performing arts and visual arts and of up to $15,000 for projects in cinema and video.
The program helps give young people the opportunity to create original works and develop new forms of artistic expression, and it has provided around 300 grants since it was first launched in 2004.
Applications are accepted until 24 October, 2019 at 4:00 PM Beirut time.
For more information, please visit the Production Awards page.
The C3 Social Impact Accelerator program addresses key milestones in the journey of a social entrepreneur and focuses primarily on helping entrepreneurs
The C3 Social Impact Accelerator program addresses key milestones in the journey of a social entrepreneur and focuses primarily on helping entrepreneurs maximize their social and environmental impact on the community.
Up to 20 finalists from the UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Egypt, Algeria and Turkey will be selected to participate in a week-long program in March 2020 in Dubai with impact investors and experts from the social enterprise world. All participants have to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (such as health, education, etc.).
The program’s participants will benefit from a two-month program of training and one-on-one support, aimed at getting them investor-ready. Once in Dubai, they will benefit from customized lectures and interactive workshops on topics such as Theory of Change, Business Modeling, Social Impact Measurement, and Governance as well as tailored expert sessions where participants will receive one-on-one support from business and social impact experts. The program will also feature a board simulation and a pitch competition. The winner(s) of the program will receive equity-free cash prizes.
For more details on the selection process and program timelines of past edition please scroll down.
Applicants to the C3 Social Impact Accelerator Program have to meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Being based in one of the following countries: UAE, KSA, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey
- Being operational for at least two years and already generating revenues
- Contributing to at least one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- Having founder(s) committed to their enterprise on a full-time basis and fluent in English (the program will be in English)
Applications for the new edition of the program are now open: APPLY NOW!
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The Secretary-General’s Task Force on Digital Financing of the Sustainable Development Goals wants to hear from experts, thought leaders, and citizens from around the world. Input will be
The Secretary-General’s Task Force on Digital Financing of the Sustainable Development Goals wants to hear from experts, thought leaders, and citizens from around the world. Input will be shared with the Secretary-General and other world leaders, and will shape a concrete, actionable agenda for closing the $2.5 trillion annual gap in financing the SDGs.
The digital revolution is transforming every aspect of financing. How citizens manage their household finances. How businesses manage their processes. How investors analyze financial data, weigh and mitigate risk, and make decisions. How regulators approach their work. How capital markets move. The Task Force, a cross-section of 20 global leaders from diverse sectors and geographies, is exploring how the financing revolution being driven by digital technologies—blockchain, mobile, artificial intelligence, machine learning, Big Data, the internet of things, among others—might be shaped for the benefit of the planet and its people.
The key questions we seek to explore:
- What is the current experience in harnessing the digitalization of finance in pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs?
- What are the high-impact opportunities–now and in the future–for digital financing of the SDGs?
- What are the barriers and risks, and how might those best be overcome?
- Who needs to do what—including within the United Nations—to overcome the risks and barriers, and to seize the opportunities, to put the digitalization of finance to work for the SDGs?
Click here for a glossary of terms (e.g., “sustainable development” “digitalization”) which can also be found in the downloadable version of this Call for Contributions. More detailed information on the Task Force’s analysis may be found in its Framework Document.
Short Contributions may be opinions, observations, or ideas. These may be submitted to the Task Force’s Secretariat by web form. (800 word limit)
Longer Contributions provide an in-depth consideration of one or more areas within the Task Force’s field of inquiry. These longer contributions may be original (written expressly in response to this Call for Contributions) or may have been previously published elsewhere. These may also be submitted by web form or by email to email@example.com . (6,000 world limit, or ten pages single spaced, in either PDF or MS Word format)
We also welcome other media (e.g., infographics, motion graphics, video, PowerPoint, etc.) via web form or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions made by 30 April will be considered for inclusion in the Task Force’s Interim Report to the Secretary-General. Authors may be contacted to develop a final paper or presentation to be showcased during the United Nations General Assembly Week in September 2019.
Contributions close on 31 October 2019. Contributions received by this date will be considered for inclusion in the final report to the Secretary-General.
All Day (Thursday)
all for Papers - Conference Special Issue 3rd International Conference on Advances in Business and Law (ICABL) 23-24 November, 2019 Dubai, UAE Hosted by the University of Dubai Deadline: October 1, 2019 https://www.ud.ac.ae/ud-conference/icabl-2019 You are cordially invited
all for Papers - Conference Special Issue
3rd International Conference on Advances in Business and Law (ICABL)
23-24 November, 2019
Hosted by the University of Dubai
Deadline: October 1, 2019
You are cordially invited to submit your abstracts or papers for presentation consideration at the 3rd International Conference on Advances in Business and Law (ICABL). The conference will take place on November 23rd and 24th, 2019 at the main campus of the University of Dubai located in Academic City, Dubai, UAE. The conference aims to bring together a diverse cohort of distinguished academics and researchers from all over the world. Participants will find opportunities for presenting new research, exchanging information, and discussing current issues. The conference will cover the latest research findings, current practices, and theoretical developments in economics, finance, accounting, management, marketing, and law. Scholars in other disciplines offering new perspectives relevant to the conference theme are also invited to participate. We invite academics and professionals to contribute to the conference by presenting papers, participating in the forum discussions, and attending the workshops.
Please submit full papers or extended abstracts by October 1, 2019. For detailed submission instructions, please see the conference website: https://www.ud.ac.ae/ud-conference/icabl-2019.
Following the conference, the authors will be invited to submit their papers for consideration for publication in affiliated journals or conference proceedings.
Furthermore, there will be a special issue of the Journal of Research in Emerging Markets associated with the conference.
BEST PAPER AWARDS
The prizes will be awarded in the following areas:
- Best Paper Award
- Best Student Paper Award
Only the authors of full papers submitted to the conference will be considered for the award.
- Paper/Extended Abstract Submission: October 1, 2019
- Registration deadline: October 23, 2019
- Submission for proceedings/ journals: February 1, 2020
Conference administrator: Mr. Shaikh Darab Kapre – email@example.com
Conference chair: Dr. Adam Zaremba – firstname.lastname@example.org
november 23 (Saturday) - 24 (Sunday)
The Middle East Centre invites applications for academic collaborative research projects in social, political, and economic sciences between researchers at LSE and at Arab Universities. These projects may involve collaborative
The Middle East Centre
invites applications for academic collaborative research projects in
social, political, and economic sciences between researchers at LSE and
at Arab Universities. These projects may involve collaborative research
and/or capacity building.
Programme Aims To strengthen long-term academic collaboration and knowledge
transfer between LSE and Arab universities;
To promote high calibre research by scholars at LSE and Arab
To support academic excellence at Arab universities. Eligibility Criteria Projects must involve topics covered by the social, political or
economic science disciplines and must also contribute to Middle East
Proposals involving multi-disciplinary teams are welcome. Eligibility of Principal Investigators, Co-Principal Investigators and
Other Participants Projects must involve a Principal Investigator (PI) from the London
School of Economics and a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) from at
least one Arab university.
LSE PIs must be members of academic staff, research fellows,
research officers, resident visiting professors or resident visiting
fellows who hold a PhD and whose employment or fellowship at LSE runs
for the duration of the proposed project.
The PI is expected to direct the research and the management of the
project and has responsibility for the overall project reporting
Co-PIs must be permanent members of academic staff at their host
university who hold a PhD and are employed by their university in
teaching or research positions.
PIs and Co-PIs who have previously been awarded funding through the
programme cannot reapply in the same academic year in which the previous
An Arab university is defined as a university which is based in a
member state of the Arab League. Universities that are subsidiaries,
branches or departments of non-Arab League member state universities are
ineligible as hosts for Co-PIs.
Other universities and organisations as well as individuals employed
by other universities and organisations may be involved as sub-partners
engaged under the direction of the project leaders. Projects may
involve more than one university.
Applications are limited to one application per person per year.
Preference will be given to new applicants over previous grant
holders from the MEC.
Applicants who have previously held a grant from the MEC should note
that the success of their former project will be taken into
consideration by a selection committee.
At least two awards will be reserved for projects which involve
collaboration with universities in the United Arab Emirates. UAE
universities that are subsidiaries, branches or departments of non-UAE
universities are ineligible. Duration and Value of Awards Individual projects may request a total budget of up to £120,000,
though the full amount requested will not always be granted.
There is no minimum budget for projects.
Projects should run for a minimum of 12 months and maximum of 36
months. Any extensions to the project beyond 36 months will not be
The budget should be divided into (at least) two key segments: (1)
LSE costs and (2) Arab university costs. It is expected that the LSE
segment will be larger than that of the partner.
Eligible project expenses: salaries, conference attendance and
organisation, travel, publications, research assistance, administration,
consultancy fees, translation, and small equipment and consumables.
Salary costs are eligible for LSE PIs who are not full members of
faculty and for consultants and research assistants. PI salary costs may
amount to no more than 40% of the total budget.
If salary costs are requested for other individuals, these should be
restricted to a small proportion of the total budget.
A proportion of all salary costs requested will go towards employer
on-costs incurred by LSE.
Ineligible project expenses: Co-PI salaries, physical
infrastructure, rent, permanent resources and large equipment.
It is anticipated that the Co-PI will be a full member of faculty
and will therefore not require paid research leave from their
MEC administration costs will be added to each budget.
An overhead of 10% of LSE costs will be added to the LSE's share of
Partner institutions may claim an overhead of up to 10% of their
share of the budget. Proposals are invited for projects which would commence on 1 August
2020. These should be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word format
to Sandra Sfeir (email@example.com).
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