WHO WE ARE
BLACK SEA NETWORK FOR
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS (BIC)
The Black Sea has linked the cultures and economies of Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East. BIC aims to connect the region’s countries, with their diverse languages, religions, cultures, and political systems.
Non-profit, apolitical, independent, and non-governmental in nature, BIC aims to promote cooperation in the Black Sea countries, including all Black Sea coastline cities, between researchers and practitioners interested in intercultural relations; organizes symposiums to enhance the scientific productions on Black Sea Regional Studies, Intercultural communication and Intercultural Collaborations; support contact between members, to achieve clear understanding of their profound interconnections
BIC is dedicated to connect regions, disciplines, and institutions, creating educational and research programs that target the diversity of cultural practices in this highly strategic zone.
WHAT WE DO
Support Innovative Ideas
Research regional issues
Support Outstanding Scientific Works through our Symposiums
We highly value international partnerships
They bring together different perspectives, expertise, and insights, adding value to our education and research. The vast majority of our international partnerships are created on an institutional or individual level. Please contact for partnerships and to become a member of our Network.
Zonguldak, Black Sea
The congress welcomes paper submissions related to the following:SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY STUDIES THEME, CIVIC AND POLITICAL STUDIES CULTURAL STUDIES, GLOBAL STUDIES, ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES , ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES, EDUCATIONAL STUDIES, COMMUNICATION
Applied & Health Sciences
We provide an excellent platform for the exchange of thoughts between researchers interested broadly in the field of Applied and Health Sciences and its application.
Arts & Humanities
Research and practice in the arts and humanities, contextualized in their authentic historical and cultural settings, and delivered by insiders/stakeholders.