5th International Conference "For World Balance" in Cuba

23. 09. 2022

The 5th International Conference For World Balance "With all and for the good of all", Dialogue of Civilizations, has been convened by the World Council of José Martí Project for World Solidarity and will be held in Havana from January 24 to 28, 2023. The Conference will culminate the International Commemoration in tribute to the 170th Anniversary of José Martí's birth, which is celebrated on January 28 next year.

Since 2003 this project has been supported by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), and other international platforms.

The previous meeting has achieved a massive presence, with over a thousand delegates from all continents, including former presidents, parliamentarians, a personal envoy of Pope Francis and other prominent personalities from politics, intellectuals, academia and religion.

The upcoming edition of the event aims to encourage solidarity and peace and revive the civilization's dialogue. Fundamental issues will be addressed through commissions, panels, workshops, symposiums, youth spaces, keynote conferences, special interventions, and other forms of reflection and debate.


VENUE AND LANGUAGES: To be held at the Havana Conventions Center, Cuba, the official languages of the Conference will be: Spanish, English and Portuguese. There will also be simultaneous translation in French and Russian in the plenary.  

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS: Delegates who wish to participate as Speakers must send their work to the Organizing Committee before November 30, 2022, with the title of the presentation, the author's data and a summary of no more than 100 words (Arial 12) specifying what audiovisual media they require for their presentations.

Delegates USD 120.00
Undergraduate students USD 70.00 (present supporting document)
Companions USD 50.00

You can find more information and topics for discussion here.


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The primary mission of the CAS is to conduct research in a broad spectrum of natural, technical and social sciences as well as humanities. This research aims to advance progress of scientific knowledge at the international level, considering, however, the specific needs of the Czech society and the national culture.

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Prof. Eva Zažímalová has started her second term of office in May 2021. She is a respected scientist, and a Professor of Plant Anatomy and Physiology.

She is also a part of GCSA of the EU.