As the world’s largest continent continues to develop, so do its educational and academic needs, and as the global economy recentres towards the Asia-Pacific region, the relevance and significance of IAFOR as an interdisciplinary think tank for both Asia and the West grows.
IAFOR's Asian Conference Series, held in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe (Japan), Singapore and Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR), is the ideal forum in which to discuss emerging regional and global issues, and to keep up to date with the latest interdisciplinary research across a range of academic fields.
Browse IAFOR's Asian conferences below.
Europe has long been a creative centre of global development. The classical inheritance, voyages of discovery and advances in all fields of science that have occurred throughout its history have cemented its status as a definitive region of world civilisation and a reliable source of collective wisdom and understanding. However, Europe must engage on a global level more and more, particularly with Asia as the Pacific Ocean grows equal in importance to the Atlantic.
Held in the cultural centres of London (UK) and Barcelona (Spain), IAFOR's European Conference Series facilitates this encounter between Europe and the rest of the world, offering opportunities for new international connections and cross-cultural research partnerships.
Browse IAFOR's European conferences below.
IAFOR's North American conference series was first held in 2014 in the heart of New England, in Providence, near Boston, and now takes place in Honolulu, Hawaii. IAFOR's events in the United States have featured Keynote Presentations by faculty from Harvard University, MIT, Brown University, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and representatives from the World Bank and Boston Children’s Hospital, among other institutions.
A rich crossroads of peoples and cultures, Hawaii has strong indigenous Pacific island roots as well as European and Asian historical influences. IAFOR's conference venue near Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, is situated on Oahu, a tropical island abundantly rich in flora and fauna, dramatic in landscape, and surrounded by beautiful turquoise seas. Oahu is known locally as “The Gathering Place”, and the IAFOR Hawaii Conference Series sees academics from across the world gather together to exchange the latest interdisciplinary research and ideas.
Browse IAFOR's Hawaii conferences below.