Call for papers

Authors are invited to submit an abstract in English by 5 March 2021.

Official Languages
The official language of the conference is English. The copy must be presented in English to a publishing standard. If your work is being translated please ensure that it is thoroughly copy read prior to submission.

A translation service will not be provided at the Conference, therefore, presentations must also be made in English.

– 5 March 2021 – Deadline for submission of abstracts
– 26 March 2021 – Notification of acceptance of abstracts (Issued by email)

An abstract condenses a proposed paper by summarising and highlighting its major points into 200 – 400 words. The abstract should be a written summary of work done on the project, what conclusions have been drawn and recommendations made as a result of the project.

Submitting an abstract
Please ensure that your abstract is displayed in the following order:

– Title
– Authors and Affiliations
– Abstract / Written Summary
– Conclusions / Results / Recommendations

It is important that the work is not of a commercial or advertising nature.

Please click on the link below to submit your abstract:

Papers & Presentation
Accepted authors are required to present a 30 minute presentation in English, in person, at the conference.
All participants including authors and speakers are expected to pay the registration fee.

If you have any queries please email