Dear Student Participants,
Within the context of International Conference on "Successful Transformation toward Land Degradation Neutrality (Future Perspective), we would be very happy to welcome you in the youth forum on " Land Degradation Neutrality from Local to Global Scale” that will be held in the last day of Soil Congress 2019 Ankara on June 19th, 2019. We do hope that collecting and connecting your “local” (country or regional level) evaluations will gain us a special insight to give a “global” message for all societies and countries suffering from land degradation problems and will also help us to consolidate the outcomes of the Soil Congress 2019, especially in the respect of “LDN Future Perspective”. All participants of the Soil Congress 2019 would be welcome to join youth forum as listener but utmost 20 participants (preferentially students and the researchers younger than 40 years at the day of the application deadline) would be accepted as youth forum speakers due to the time limit.
Please click here “YOUTH FORUM APPLICATION” form
Submission Guidelines for Youth Forum Application:
All applications must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another conference. *A YOUTH FORUM APPLICATION FORM explaining how the topic of the present research or thesis is suited to the theme of the youth forum-SOIL CONGRESS 2019 as well as **a recommendation letter of the present or a former supervisor shall be included. A committee will determine the youth forum speakers by evaluating the scientific achievements and the quality of the submissions. Please note that this application is in addition to the regular abstract submission via the homepage of the SOIL CONGRESS 2019. Please download the “YOUTH FORUM APPLICATION” form and fill it up properly. The application form and the recommendation letter should be submitted to the congress e-mail address, email@example.com, by 15th March 2019. Applications accepted will be notified to the applicants no later than 15th April 2019. Final declaration of the youth forum will be published and distributed per USB.