World Social Science Forum 2018

Sep, 25-28, 2018 FUKUOKA, JAPAN

Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

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Scientific Program

Parallel Sessions Ⅱ(Open for Papers):

| OP1 | OP3 | OP4 | OP5 | OP6 | OP7 | OP9 | Topical Sessions |

Last updated: 20 April, 2018

OP1. Sustainability and security


Arctic Geopolitics and Climate Change

Incha Aliyeva (University of Wrolcaw / Azerbaijan)


Development Studies and Knowledge Production - Which Way? In search of a transdisciplinary and transformative (research) agenda on equality

Susanne von Itter (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) /Germany)


Research advances in Digital Earth to support human and environmental security

Changlin Wang (Secretariat, International Society for Digital Earth / China), Mario Hernandez (Secretariat, International Society for Digital Earth /China)


Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific

Yoichiro Sato (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University /Japan)

OP2. Cybersecurity, cyberattacks, hybrid warfare

※Paper abstracts on Sub-theme 2 are welcomed. Accepted authors will be part of one of parallel sessions to be newly organized under Sub-theme 2.

OP3. Human security


Climate change and human security

Riyanti Djalante (United Nations University - Institute for the Advanced Studies for Sustainability /Japan)


Reconsideration of the Welfare State in the light of Hibakusha

Reiko Gotoh (Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University / Japan)


Poverty, water and sustainable development in global change: exploring the nexus from a sustainability science and human security perspective

Elma Montana (Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research, IAI / Uruguay), Alberto Cimadamore (Comparative Research in Poverty, CROP / Norway)

OP4. Security and the 2030 Agenda


Transformation in coastal zones: Coping with global change

Silja Klepp (Kiel University, Institute of Geography /Germany), Barbara Neumann (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam /Germany)


Challenges and Solutions to Adolescent Health in Southern Africa

Nicole De Wet (University of the Witwatersrand / South Africa)

OP5. Globalization, diversity, and cultures of belonging


Future of Regional Integration in the Globalized World

Kenji Iwata (EU Center, Kyushu University /Japan)


Sustainable Innovation through Diversity

Reiko Aoki (Science Coucil of Japan and Japan Fair Trade Commission / Japan), Sadao Nagaoka (Tokyo Keizai University / Japan)


Crafting Heritage in Asia: Origins, Issues, Useful Revisions

CyntheaJ. Bogel (Kyushu University /Japan)

OP6. Development and inclusion in urban and rural areas


The Politics of Inclusion : Towards a Secure and Sustainable Future

Alberto D Cimadamore (CROP - Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (ISSC/UiB) /Norway), John Crowley (UNESCO)


Sustainable and inclusive urban communities through urban agriculture

Dona Kostadinova Pickard (the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences / Bulgaria)

OP7. Gender equality and security


Gender Equity in Today’s Complex World: Identity, Context and Personal Security

Reiko Aoki (Science Council of Japan)(Japan Fair Trade Commission), Kellina Craig-Henderson (National Science Foundation/ USA )


Security through Work Life Balance – Historical and Demographic Perspective

Reiko Aoki (Science Council of Japan)(Japan Fair Trade Commission), Linda Grove (Harvard Yenching Institute, Harvard University) (Social Science Research Council / USA)

OP9. Freedom, democracy and security


Freedom in Practice: Governance, Autonomy and Liberty in the Everyday

Moises Lino e Silva (Federal University of Bahia / Brazil)


Addressing Climate Fragility Risks - What works?

Florian Krampe (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) / Sweden), Prakash Kashwan (University of Connecticut / USA)


Democracy and its challengers

Jorge Cadena-Roa Autonomous (National University of Mexico, UNAM / Mexican Council for Social Sciences, COMECSO / Mexico)


Security in the Context of Fundamentalist Violence: Whither ‘the other good things in life’ in Africa

Marie Ndiaye (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) / Senegal)