To increase cross-disciplinary dialogue, participants will be able to choose freely among parallel sessions in four tracks:
Track 1: "Philosophical track" features ‘philosophical' contributions in the widest sense of the term, i.e., research on conceptual and foundational issues from the point of view of sociology, anthropology, psychology, political science, conflict studies, religious studies, and theology.
Primary target group: academic scholars, journalists, and public policy makers.
Track 2: The Education track features pedagogical research, praxis reports and workshops.
Primary target group: academic scholars and practicing educators at all levels of education, public and private, public policy makers.
Track 3: The journalism track features empirical research and theoretical reflections on the praxis of media communication, as well as praxis reports and workshops.
Primary target group: researchers on journalism and journalists.
Track 4: The business management track features empirical research and reflections on theory and praxis of business management in large international companies.
Primary target group: representatives of large international companies, business journalists, business ethicists.