Submission

Papers can be submitted in Turkish, English, German, Italian and French.

Abstracts and full text papers must be submited to info@childcongress.org.

Submission Guidelines

Participants can submit maximum 2 papers (two oral presentations or one oral presentation and one poster presentation).

Our congress meets the necessities of the Academic Promotion of Turkish Council of Higher Education

Abstracts must be between 150 and 500 words and there must also be 5 keywords

Papers must be submitted in Microsoft Word format

Main body 12 point, footnotes 10

Right and left margins must be 3 cm

Title must consist of uppercase letters

Authors must provide institutional affiliation and contact information in the first footnote with * icon. (For other authors, use **, *** etc.

Full text of congress papers must be arranged in accordance with the GUIDE

Publications

Congress papers with abstracts will be published soon after the Congress in a proceedings book within 2018.

Those who would like to have a chapter in an edited book that will be published by a UK-based international publisher can send us their full text submissions by developing and elaborating them.

 

AWARDS

Achievement Award
The Best Presentation Award

The Best Method Award

 

ASSESSMENT BOARD
Professor Pasquale Peluso, University of Marconi, Italy
Assoc. Prof.  Katri Havu, University of Helsinki & E-Journal of Law, Finland

Assist. Prof. Mustafa Çakır, Kocaeli University, Turkey

 

AWARD REGULATION
1- The achievement award is presented to academicians who contribute to science.
2- To be nominated for the Achievement Award, academicians are welcomed to submit their updated CVs (YÖKSİS 2017 Incentive Report) to the board via info@childcongress.org  no later than 1 December 2018.
3- The Board awards the nominee based on her/his  latest academic activities during the previous academic year (2017).
4- For the Achievement Award, the committee takes also into consideration  the citations earned from the nominee’s academic activities.
5- These awards are only  presented to those who attend the award ceremony during the congress. Those who do not attend the ceremony are considered to have given up their rights.