Santa Clara, Cuba, June 24 (Prensa Latina) The 2nd UCLV 2019 International Scientific Convention has opened on Monday in Santa Clara city, central Cuba, with the attendance of 300 specialists who will have the possibility to exhibit their works in many fields of learning, provided in the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.
During the event, which is being held at the tourist resort of the CubaÂ´s northern keys, 50 km off Santa Clara, capital of the Cuban province of Villa Clara, about 2,500 papers of experts from 34 countries will be debated along with Cuban professors and academicians.
The scientific meeting, which will be in session until June 30, opens with the master lecture: ‘The reloaded imperialism: reactions in view of challenges for the emerging unipolar order’ by prominent intellectual, political scientist, sociologist and writer Atilio Borón (Argentina). In line with the convention, there will be an International Workshop on Communities, History and Development, Coordinator Joaquín Alonso Freyre, Dr., told the press.
As other meetings that will take place in this Symposium include the follows: Communities and Cultural Heritage for Development Management, Local Community Governance, and Feminist Prospect on Participation, Cooperation, Leadership and Care for Local Development.
The 16th Symposium on Latin American Thought is also included in the program of the event, with a view to analyzing social movements, current thought and other issues closely related to public policies in Latin America.