International Conference on Youth Management Policies: April 19 – 20th, 2017
Call For Papers
The youth, no doubt, constitute the lifeblood of any society. They constitute an untapped reservoir of inexhaustible assets. Depending on the State’s managerial policy adopted, these youth gifts may turn out productive and contribute into their nation’s development. Or else, the youth become trouble makers and destructive agents that curb, hamper or even ruin their nation’s progress when the governmental policy utilized excludes or marginalizes them. Such policy is, therefore, unfruitful and counterproductive. This conference is an occasion for researchers, rofessors, educationists, academicians and State officials to delineate the appropriate managerial policy susceptible to tap into the 21st Century youth’s unlimited potential. The conference is also an auspicious opportunity to investigate how public and private organizations handle their youthful staff in depth and how the latter act inside the former.
This conference aims to discuss the managerial policies susceptible to tap into the unlimited and unexplored 21st Century youth’s potential. This intrigues different actors namely,
- Political leaders who are to sustain dialogue with young people and encourage them in their entrepreneurial, community and political initiatives by preparing a propitious framework for this purpose.
- Teachers and educators are solicited more than ever in the development of creativity and the spirit of innovation among young students to enable them to live in a world in constantflux.
- Professionals are equally invited to accompany and orient young people.
The conference does not seek to expose the issues of both parties. It essentially aims at suggesting unprecedented measures whereby public and private organizations can draw maximum benefit from youth’s infinite skills and talents. The conference aspires also to propose unparalleled solutions and methods most likely to transform present-day public and private organizations into congenial outlets for these youth to contribute their hidden potentials. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
Youth and the world of work:
- Government policy and youth employment
- Generation Y’s requirements and needs in terms of management: how best to handle generation diversity within companies?
- Youth attitudes towards work
- The Young and the recruitment policy (The desired profiles, language roles in the selection process)
- Youth and sustainable development
2. Youth and entrepreneurship
- The role of active teaching in the development of entrepreneurship among young people.
- The entrepreneurial intention among the young
- Young people and the culture of innovation
- Youth and Leadership
- The young and autonomy
- The young and the digital enterprise
3. The position of youth in territorial governance
- Young and co-construction of public policies
- How the regional councils handle youth employment in their territorial policies in the light of the latest reforms in the country?
- Rural youth Vs urban youth
- Course and access to employment: discrimination linked to territorial effects
- The young and the 3rd millennium development goals
4.Youth, media and society
- The socialization process of modern youth
- The representation of the young through the media
- Media Influences on Youth
- Youth and cultural values
- The young and social engagement
- AIT Abdellatif HEDA ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- ANCHOR John Business School of Haddersfield, UK BELLIHI
- Hassan ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- BENDOU Abdelaziz ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- BENITEZ Juan Manuel University of Las Palmas
- BENNANI Hind HEM – Marrakech, Morocco
- BENSALEM El Hanafi FSJES, Fez, Morocco
- BOUTTI Rachid ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- CHAATIT Fouad Al Akhaway University, Ifran, Maroc
- CHERKAOUI Abdelkabir FST, Settat, Morocco
- DURGAN Beverly R. Minnesota University, USA
- EL BHIRI Zouheir FLSH, Agadir, Morocco
- Gharbi Nadia Higher Institute of Language Tunisia
- Haddad Yasmine Amsterdam University HALLS Brent Minnesota University, USA
- Hassi Abderhman AKhaway University, Ifran, Morocco
- LABARI Brahim FLSH, Agadir, Morocco
- LAGDIM SOUSSI Lalla Hind ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- MEKKAOUI Soumeya ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- Mouchtouris Antigone University of Lorraine Ouahraoui Fatima ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- OUAKRIM Mohamed ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- OUMLIL Rachid ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- SADIK Abdallah ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- SAIR Aziz ENCG, Agadir, Morocco SKOURI Hassan ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- SGUENFLE Mohamed ENCG, Agadir, Morocco
- VIALLON Philippe IUT, Strasbourg, France
- VIGNERON Renée Paris X University, France
- VREYENS John University of Minnesota Extension, USA
- Abdelaziz Bendou
- Mohamed Sguenfle
- Hassan Skouri
- Hind Lagdim
- Mohamed Ouakrim
- Rachid Oumlil
- Brahim Labari
- Nazih Khalil
- Ouafa Barakat
- Fatima Ouahraoui
- Asmaa Sbaï
- Mohamed Guintaoui
- Khalil Debbagh
3. Information & Important dates:
Deadline for Abstract Submission: December 24th, 2016.
Date of notification of the decision of the Scientific Committee: January 21st, 2017.
Deadline for sending the communication’s full text (First Version): April 1st, 2017.
Communication of Final Program: April 1 4th, 2017 Conference Date: April 19th – 20th, 2017.
What to send: 300 words ABSTRACT (excluding title and references). The summary should expose the problem to be addressed, methodology and anticipated results. All texts will be blind reviewed by at least two members of the Scientific Committee. The conference website http://www.encg-agadir.ac.ma/YMP2017/ will be gradually supplemented by new information about text size, writing style, registration, accommodation, trip, etc. All texts are to be submitted via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Publication: The best papers written in English and French will be subject of publication in a related peer-reviewed journal of business and economy.
Registration fee: 100 Euros (or equivalent) for Professors and professionals);
50 Euros for Master and Doctorate Students. The fee includes: conference proceedings, coffee breaks and lunches.
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– Professor Hassan SKOURI Research Team (TIO) member, Language & Communication Department member,
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