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The 1st Regional ISQOLS Conference- Africa, "Well-being and Happiness in a Democratic World" 

3-5 October 2024, Johannesburg, South Africa

Call for Abstracts: 

The Well-being for Africa Conference stands as a beacon of hope for addressing the diverse well-being challenges faced by the continent. This gathering, marked by international interactions and collaboration, serves as a platform to catalyse transformative change and promote a happier Africa underpinned by higher levels of well-being and strong democracies.

Therefore, this regional conference will focus on exchanging and transferring knowledge and establishing robust international interactions and collaboration networks. The above-mentioned will help to pass on knowledge (from leading researchers in Africa and globally) to new scholars and emerging leaders. 

As such, we welcome multidisciplinary approaches that explore well-being issues using multiple lenses and welcome multinational and intercontinental approaches that seek to strengthen the research in quality of life studies. Hence, we are issuing a call for papers from dedicated participants that reflect these values.

Submission Guidelines:

All papers must be original research.

Individuals interested in presenting their research must submit an abstract of no more than 300 words in English by 5 May 2024, using our Conference Management cite. The Scientific Committee will review all abstracts, and authors will be notified of their decision via email before 19 May 2024.

Organizing Committee

Talita Greyling (ISQOLS Board/Exec. Co. Prof. University of Johannesburg)

Stephanie Rossouw (ISQOLS Board/Exec. Co. Prof. Auckland University of Technology)

Martijn Burger (ISQOLS President, Academic Director EHERO, Erasmus University Rotterdam & Professor Economics of Happiness, Open University of the Netherlands)

Jill Johnson (ISQOLS Executive Director)

Frederich Kirsten (Lecturer University of Johannesburg)

Tharina Guse (Head of Department: Psychology, University of Pretoria)

Jacqueline Moodley (Head of Department: Psychology, University of Johannesburg)

Anmar Pretorius

Derick Blaauw


The International Society for
Quality-of-Life Studies
(ISQOLS)


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Gilbert, Arizona, 85299, USA

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