International Conference on Iranian Diaspora

International Conference on Iranian Diaspora will be held at Allameh Tabataba’i University on 2018-10-15   Diaspora or being far from the homeland has turned into a familiar and widespread experience in contemporary society and has increasingly attracted diverse discourses (popular, academic, political, etc) or representations. A wide range of environmental, social political, cultural and technological factors and backgrounds have

The Second Conference on Governance and Public Policy

The Second Conference on Governance and Public Policy: Open Policy Making: Interactions among the Government, Society and Elites 5 & 6 February, 2019 Theoretical Fields Investigating the Role of Government from Theoretical Perspective in Various Fields Economy Technology National Security Science Investigating the Role of Government and State from Islamic Perspective Formation of the State

2018 International Metropolis Conference – the only gathering of its kind that brings together leaders and experts to discuss migration, diversity and integration.

Coming to Sydney, from October 29th to November 2nd the Conference will provide a unique platform to debate, discuss and critique policy approaches, practice and research in relation to migration. At a time when migration and its place in the body politic is at a critical inflection point, Metropolis 2018 is set to generate global

Migrated Aback (Maback) event

Iran Knowledge institute held Migrated Aback (Maback) event with the cooperation of Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology at Sharif Research Center of Energy on August the 2nd, 2018. This event brought together more than 160 participants, consisting of Iranian experts and professionals who have returned to the country and public/private senior managers, as well as

2018 QS Applicant Survey: What Drives an International Student Today?

The 2018 QS Applicant Survey Report, published annually, aims to locate university applicant motivations and study decisions in the contemporary political and economic context. Divergences in candidate decision-making are often linked to the cultural, economic and social underpinnings of where they are from. This insight can help universities understand which destinations and subject choices are