Conference Speakers

Keynote Speaker

social sciences conference

Dr. Marietta Martinovic

Associate Professor in criminology and justice studies at RMIT University in Melbourne

Title: Exploring The Connection Between Punitive Public Opinion and Incarceration Rates in Victoria, Australia

Dr. Marietta Martinovic is an Associate Professor in criminology and justice studies at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. She is recognized for transformative learning in prison settings and developing opportunities for the inclusion of lived criminal justice experience in policy making.

Past Speakers

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Dr. Antonio Cansions

Antonio Lopez works in the public educational services as a teacher of the History of Philosophy

Title: The concept of social class in Marx and Weber

He obtained two PhDs in Humanities/Social Sciences and Human Rights. His research is focused on the social system and anthropological objectification, through social constructionism as a theoretical orientation, assuming that reality, as it is perceived, is the result of artificial social interactions. He is currently conducting research on contemporary social nihilism within existentialist literature and Voluntarism, particularly in the literary work The Catcher in the Rye.

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Ms. Alexandra Valéria Sándor


Title: Self-Representation on Social Media During Lockdowns in the COVID-19 Pandemic Waves

Communications and Media expert. Multiple award-winning journalist. Hungarian translator of more than 60 U.S. and U.K. bestselling books. Lecturer and Ph.D. student of Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences.

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Dr. Antonio Cansions


Title: Nihilism in modern literature

Antonio Lopez obtained a Ph.D. in Social Sciences and Humanities from the Francisco de Vitoria University (Madrid, Spain) and a second Ph.D. in Human Rights from the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain). He is currently developing two lines of research, one related to philosophical anthropology (including racism, nihilism and existentialism) and one related to the analysis of social systems (including the world-system approach, social change and complexity).

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Dr. Dian Damayanti

She is a Head of the Global Division of International Education and researcher at the Ilomata Foundation and the Institute of Social Sciences and Management STIAMI at Dki Jakarta, Indonesia. She has been awarded many Certificate of Appreciations for her outstanding accomplishments in various programs and positions. She is also a valued scholar member of the editorial board/review committee/ 38th IBIMA Conference: 3-4 November 2021, Seville, Spain, expert panel of several research journals and conferences, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Economy and management engineering and EAI publisher.

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Mr. Mohammad Mahmoudi

He is the CEO of (HIIFEAT) Harawaz International institute for Entrepreneurship and training. He is the author of the book Technical Analysis and trading strategies in Capital Market. He has presented his research achievements in three other conferences. He has been researching about the impact of cryptocurrencies on human future social life for nearly two years.

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Mr. Dominik Sikirić

He graduated from the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences in Zagreb in 2011. From 2011 to 2013 he worked as a rehabilitator at the Silver Rehabilitation Centre. Since 2013 he has been working first as a research assistant and later as a lecturer at the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences in Zagreb, in the Department of Visual Impairment. Currently a PhD student in the Social Policy and Social Work PhD programme at the Social Work Study Centre of the Faculty of Law. His research interests include orientation and mobility of visually impaired people and social policy towards visually impaired people.