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6th International Conference on Human Sustainability (INSAN 2020)

Nakhonsitammarat, Thailand

TH

August 19, 2020 – August 22, 2020

The 6th INSAN Conference is part of the planned activities with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between UTHM and the Institut Sosial Malaysia, KPWKM, Universiti Lancang Kuning (UNILAK) Indonesia, and the Board of Higher Education Services of Territory X Indonesia. The organization of this conference also obtained the cooperation and participation from University of Walailak Thailand. The conference location is planned to be held in Nakhonsitammarat, Thailand; it is a strategic location and accessible to institutions of higher learning in this country, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and other countries. PPUK estimates about 200 participants and paper presenters will participate in this INSAN conference with participation from educational institutions, research, non-governmental organizations and related agencies.

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5th International Conference on Human Sustainability (INSAN 2018

Thailand

Johor Bahru, MY

November 7, 2018 – November 8, 2018

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4th International Conference on Human Sustainability 2017

The Mudzaffar Hotel

Lot 5509, Jalan Wisma Persekutuan,

Malacca International Trade Centre,

75450 Ayer Keroh, Malacca, Malaysia


Melaka, MY

November 1, 2017 – November 2, 2017

The notion of organizing the International Conference of Human Sustainability (INSAN) came from the realization of the need to discuss issues, challenges and the future related to human sustainability from a wide array of social science and humanistic disciplines.The 4th conference is organized to encourage academic discussions with human sustainability through social innovation approach at its core. This approach has been seen to be able to strengthen the development process and the building of future civilisation.

INSAN 2017 THEME

«SOCIAL INNOVATION BASED ON MAQASID SYARIAH FOR UMMAH SUSTAINABILITY»


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3rd International Conference on Human Sustainability (INSAN 2016)

Grand Jatra Hotel, Pekanbaru

 


Riau, ID

November 1, 2017 – November 2, 2017

International Conference on Human Sustainability is held to discuss the issues, challenges and the future related to human well-being in various social science disciplines. Hence, the Department of Islamic Studies and Social Science (JPSS), Faculty of Science, Technology and Human Development (FSTPi) took the initiative to hold the third conference to promote academic discussions in order to strengthen the process of development and civilization in the future.

This conference is in line with the United Nations (UN) agenda in maintaining development and civilization for future generations, by following the leads of other conventions such as the Brundtland Commission, the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future, the Kyoto Protocol and so on. It is related to the creation of social awareness through attitude, behaviour and relevant action in preserving and enhancing future sustainable development.

The success of this conference is very important for academicians and researchers to share their knowledge and expertise along with their colleagues from various institutions. Sharing of knowledge, skills and experience will further strengthen the human capital of each member of the faculty, including a better prospect and relationship.


Objectives
 
1. To expose the participants on the issues and challenges related to sustainable development in the context of social development in the nation.

2. To provide opportunities for participants to do research in various new dimensions to be used for the common good.

3. To increase affection and appreciation of cultural knowledge through the sharing of information and expertise in their respective fields among presenters and participants.

4. To create a network of expertise between academicians and professionals in a wide range of social science disciplines at local or international level.

5. To strengthen the relationships with other institutions such as the Social Institute of Malaysia (ISM) and others by organizing more programme in the future.

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