We are proud to announce the 3rd International Conference on Science Culture and Sport, under the theme “Sport and Culture as Powerful Means to Achieve Social Understanding and Peace”. After two successful editions of our international conferences in Ankara (2012) and in Antalya (2013), now we will visit one of the most attracting cities of the world, Sarajevo, a magnificent city, which hosted important civilizations during last few centuries. The participants of the conference will be hosted in the conference venue, Hollywood Hotel, the biggest and one of the most comfortable hotels of the city.
In our conference;
- from Law to Fine Arts,
- from Technology to Health Sciences,
- from Philosophy to Economy,
- from Politics to History,
- from Education to Theology,
- from Public Relations to Literature,
- from Psychology to Sports,
- from Public Administration to Tourism,
- from Linguistics to Folklore,
- from International Relations to Sociology,
- all the disciplines which have influence on the society will be brought into discussion.
All the articles presented in the conference will be published in a special issue of International Journal of Science Culture and Sport (IntJSCS), which is covered by many respectful indexes.
Our conference is ready to receive any kinds of mutual cooperation proposals from internationally reputable organizations to include special sessions or workshops under our conference.
You are welcome to experience our conference, which will be more than a scientific gathering, a real cultural and sportive excitement. Within our conference, a series of parallel events (General Assembly of Balkan Sport for All Association (BSfAA), International Youth Workshop, and International Sport for All and Culture Festival) will be organized. The conference will be open to all disciplines of social sciences and aswell proposals for special sessions, symposiums and panels..
All the participants will also have chance to participate to our FREE cultural tour to magnificent sites such as Mostar Bridge, Blagay Dervish House, and the historical Ottaman village, Pocitelj, which is a world heritage site of UNESCO.