14th International Symposium Moral Competence: Its Nature, Relevance, and Education in Vilnius, July 23-24, 2020Extended Deadline for Abstract Submission
- Dear Colleagues,
- We welcome your participation in the forthcoming 14th International Symposium Moral Competence: Its Nature, Relevance, and Education that is going to take place ONLINE.
- Due to the spread of corona virus COVID-19 and governmental restrictions on traveling in many countries, the Symposium organisers have decided to hold this year’s Moral Competence symposium in an online mode.
- Although we are witnessing the fact that quarantine measures in Lithuania and other countries are being gradually relaxed, specialists continue to encourage us to stay vigilant. Therefore, both work and studies at Vilnius University are being carried out remotely.
- Vilnius University, the host of the Symposium, will provide the opportunity for the participants of the Symposium to use Zoom platform for our online meeting on 23-24 July, 2020 as previously planned.
- We will have a trial /test session on 22 July at 16:00-17:00, Eastern European Summer time to guarantee that presenters and participants can connect to the event successfully . Zoom platform provides the possibility to connect up to 300 participants online. Thus, we will use this opportunity to deliver presentations in an online mode and provide the chance for many more researchers to connect and participate as an audience, listen to presentations and take an active part in discussions.
- As an extension of an exchange of the ideas on the issues of moral competence, we are planning a publication of research papers in a separate volume after the Symposium. You will find the requirements and deadlines for paper submission on our Symposium website at:
- The Symposium welcomes empirical and experimental studies on the relevance of moral competence for various kinds of behavior and on the efficacy of the KMDD, Discussion Theater and other methods of stimulating moral competence.
- Stay connected with us on the days of the Symposium, 23-24 July, 2020.
- Moral competence: its nature, relevance, and education matters for us all.