1. Global Conference: Creating Cultural Synergies - Setting Intercultural Competence to Work in a Changing World

The First Global Conference took place in Salzburg from Thursday, 29th September 2011 – Saturday, 1st October 2011 at the Paris-Lodron University Salzburg, AUSTRIA

It´s been great to see you all in Salzburg!

The Conference Proceedings are forthcoming and will be published with Cambridge Scholars in 2012

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Your ICC Global Conference team & organizing commitee:
f.l.t.r.: Maria Thalhammer, M.Sc., Thomas Kaltenbacher, CEO, Dr.M.A. Birgit Breninger, Head of the ICC Programmes, Cecilia Vargas, M.A., Isabella Uhl, M.Sc., Prof. Dr. Chibueze Udeani, Head of the ICC Programmes

1st Global Conference: Creating Cultural Synergies – Setting Intercultural Competence to Work in A Changing World Globalization, having brought people in contact with one another at a yet unprecedented scale, has also posed a general challenge to traditionally upheld concepts of race, gender, nation and class. For those living in this rapidly changing cultural landscape, intercultural competence has become a core skill. 

The Global Conference in Salzburg aims to bring researchers and practitioners from interdisciplinary fields and settings together to discuss and share research, theory and best practices and foster a dialogue on issues related to setting intercultural theories to work. The conference will have sessions for talks, posters and workshops. 

Opening keynote lectures by: 
Dr. Darla Deardorff, Executive Director, AIEA Research Scholar, Program in Education, Duke University, USA 
Prof. Nina Jacob, Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad,  India 

 • Interculturality and Leadership in Business Keynote and Chair: Dr. Nina Jacob, Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad,  India 

• Intercultural Competence and Empowerment Keynote and Chair: Dr. Bernhard Perchinig, Department of Political Sciences University of Vienna 

• Language, Politics and Intercultural Communication Keynote and Chair: Prof. Alois Moosmüller, Department for Intercultural communication, University of Munich 

• Intercultural Competence in Understanding Religion Keynote and Chair: Prof. Ram Adhar Mall, Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy, University of Munich 

Where & When: Thursday 29th September 2011 – 1st October 2011 At the Paris-Lodron University Salzburg, Austria Department of Communication Studies Rudolfskai 42, 5020 Salzburg, AUSTRIA 

Conference fee: Conference Fee 
regular: 120,-- EURO 
Early-bird registration until 20th June 2011: 100,-- EUR 
Student Fee: 50,-- EURO (a copy of the international student card must be emailed with the registration form) Workshopday ONLY (Saturday, 1st October, 2011): 40,-- EUR 

Registration: In order to register for the conference please fill in the registration form below and email it to: birgit.breninger@sbg.ac.at 
As soon as the conference fee is on the university account (note: this does sometimes take up to 14 days) your registration will be valid and an email will be sent to confirm your conference participation. 

Bank Account: Bank: UniCredit Bank Austria AG 
Title of Account: University of Salzburg §27 ICC Global Conference 2011 Purpose of Use: P_134201_05 ICC Global Conference & YOUR FULL NAME IN CAPITAL LETTERS
Bank Details: Bank Code: 12000 Account Number: 069 5383 4602 
International Bank details: IBAN (International Bank Account Number): AT23 1200 0069 5383 4602 BIC (= Swift Code): BKAUATWW 

UID (VAT Id Code): ATU 57532824 

Hotel and Accommodation information: Our conference hotels are located in proximity to the conference they are excellent, good in price, and offer a very good service. They are the following (for excellent rates go to: booking.com): 
Motel One: http://www.motel-one.com/de/hotels/salzburg.html 
Hotel Stein: http://www.hotelstein.at/ 
Hotel Amadeo Schaffenrath: http://www.amadeohotel.at/stadthotel-salzburg

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