Call for Papers FIG Working Week 2024

FIG Working Week 2024 held in Accra, Ghana from 19-24 May, delves into the theme “Your World, Our World: Resilient Environment and Sustainable Resource Management for All.” This year’s conference is not just an event; it’s a call to action for all surveyors and geospatial professionals.


Join the global dialogue for a sustainable future! Submit your abstract before 1 November and be part of the change.

Surveyors and geospatial experts are key players in ensuring social justice, environmental health, and economic development — the pillars of sustainability. Contribute your expertise and ideas to shape a brighter, more sustainable future. Submit your abstract now! You do not need to be a chief surveyor or long-time industry pundit to submit a proposal, in fact, we strongly encourage first-time speakers to submit an abstract.

FIG Vision
Join the FIG vision which is aligned with the UN’s shared blueprint for sustainable development, focusing on people and planet

World Bank Strategy
Contribute to the ambitious World Bank strategy for green, clean, and resilient paths, crucial for reducing poverty and nurturing development.

Green Growth
Help manage natural resources sustainably, enhance ecosystems, and shift focus from GDP to overall wealth. Your expertise can drive green growth, innovation, and job creation.

Data-Driven Sustainability
Utilize real-time data and analysis to manage natural resources sustainably, combat deforestation, and achieve green growth goals.

Clean Living
Champion a low-pollution, low-emission world, emphasizing clean air, water, and sustainable development practices.

Enhance resilience against climate change, natural disasters, and volatile weather patterns. Your contributions can shape resilient urban planning and inclusive policies.

UN Sustainable Development Goals
Align with the UN’s mission to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure peace and prosperity for all.


Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of a dynamic FIG Working Week and be a catalyst for positive change. Submit your abstract today!

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