The Sub-Saharan African Research Society, based at Newcastle University, UK, is holding its 2nd Annual Research Conference on “Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Sub-Saharan African Region”. Currently, the region is severely lagging behind in most indices of sustainable development. Thus, the annual conference provides a platform for national and international researchers, scholars, practitioners, policy makers and students to discuss contemporary challenges militating against the achievement of SDGs in the region. This year, the theme of the conference is investigating development strategies in providing long-term, sustainable clean energy and in methods to ensure long-term food security.
This event registration page is open to both presenters and audience members. If you are wanting to register as a presenter, please check our website on http://sarsnewcastle.org/events/conference.html for details on how to contact the society and for preparing your submission.
The conference registration is free to all those wishing to attend and light refreshments (i.e. tea, coffee, biscuits, etc.) are provided. You can upgrade your ticket to include lunch at a charge of £5. There is also an optional end of conference social and networking event, which includes a buffet dinner and glass of wine or juice on arrival, that is available to anyone wishing to attend at a cost of £6 per person. The social event will take place from 17:30pm until 22:00pm and will be held on the main campus.
Please note that details of the room will be provided closer to the time.