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The first edition of the ”Forum on Studies of Society (FSS)” International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities is organized by the University of Craiova, Faculty of Social Sciences, Specializations: Sociology and Social Work, Romania, in co-operation with National College ofSocial Workers-Branch Dolj, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Department of Social Work, University of Bucharest, Romania, Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of Economics, St. Cyril andSt. Methodius University, Bulgaria and Faculty of Science and Literature and Faculty of Economicsand Administrative Sciences, Süleyman Demirel University, Turkey and The Off-Campus Faculty ofLaw & Social Sciences in Stalowa Wola, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland.

The purpose of the Conference is to create a forum for debating topics of great interest tosociety, thus, trying to expand the network of interested stakeholders and extend the ground for best practice exchanges from different institutions and various domains.

The Conference aims to bring together already involved key actors as well as engagedparticipants, representatives of academic, economic and social partners to discuss and exchange theirexperiences and research results on different aspects of Social and Humanistic Science. Based onthe multi-field methodology-encompassing, inter-disciplinary character of the Conference, westrongly encourage potential participants and stakeholders with background and research interests inthe fields of Sociology and Social Work, European Studies, International Relations and SecurityThere are currently numerous challenges to be tackled in approaching past and presentsubjects on society.

The rationale for the Conference relies on initiating reflection and launching debates on thefollowing main topics: Sociology and Social Work, European Studies, International Relations andSecurity Studies, Political Sciences, History and Philosophy.