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Some subheadings regarding the topics that can be presented at the congress are suggested below, but no restrictions are made on the topics at the congress.

GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION and DISASTERS: Nature activities in early childhood and pre-school education, life sciences and geography education in primary school, social studies education in secondary school, geography education in high school, geography education in undergraduate and graduate programs in higher education, classroom education and geography education, geography education in teacher training, service in geography education. in-house education, distance education in geography education, geography education in special education (hearing, mentally, visually impaired and gifted), GIS education, environmental education, geography education; course curricula, learning-teaching processes, field studies, changing roles of technology (ICT, GIS, etc.), geographical learning environments, active teaching-learning methods/strategies and materials, textbooks, national and international exams (iGeo, etc.). measurement and evaluation, geography and skills education, geography and value education, quantitative and qualitative geography education research, horizontal (curriculums, textbooks, etc.) related to subject-based education of thematic areas in geography (climate change, sustainability, environment, recycling, urban transformation). such as educator training etc.) and vertical (at different levels from pre-school to post-university) research.

GEOGRAPHY AND DISASTERS: Climatology, vegetation, hydrography, biogeography, disasters and disaster education, risk and crisis education, environmental protection, geographical indication registration and branding, desertification, landscape ecology, ecosystems, mountain ecosystems, wetlands, geomorphology, basin education (rivers, lakes), natural resources, energy, food, water, soil, erosion, sustainability, GIS, remote sensing, national and international population movements, migrations, settlement, resettlement, urbanization, urban transformation, techno-geography, political geography, geography and urban planning, environmental and sustainability problems, political organization of space, regional and country studies, behavioral geography, globalization, urban and regional studies, tourism, eco-tourism, geo-tourism, spatial / environmental sociology, historical geography, land use, land change and education, energy production, transfer and related problems, history and philosophy of geography.

DISASTERS AND OTHER DISCIPLINES: Astronomy and space sciences, tourism and tourism education, environmental sciences, environmental engineering, geophysical engineering, geomatics engineering, hydrogeological engineering, mining engineering, meteorological engineering, land registry, energy engineering, energy systems engineering, energy education, manufacturing engineering, natural sciences programs, nuclear energy engineering, oil and natural gas engineering, energy resources in the world, energy corridors, energy economy and the future, entrepreneurship ecosystem and the importance of space, mapping engineering, earth sciences, geopolitics, ecology, globalization, economics, economics, forest engineering, geological engineering, city and regional planning, sociology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, STEM, sociology, international relations, technology, political science, biology, food engineering, aquaculture engineering, agricultural bio-technology, agricultural genetic engineering, veterinary, zootechnology, anthropology, archaeology, European Union relations, philosophy, human and social sciences, psychology, history, political science, preservation and restoration of cultural assets, museology, etc.

Subheading Suggestions for the Congress Theme:

1. Disaster Awareness and Education:

• Definition and Types of Disasters

• Disaster and Geography Relationship

• Creating Disaster Awareness

• Society's Preparedness Level for Disasters

• Disaster Literacy

2. Disaster Education Programs:

• Disaster Education for Schools and Institutions

• Workplace Disaster Preparedness

• Public Education Seminars

• Individuals with Special Needs and Disaster Education

3. Disaster Planning and Exercises:

• Family Disaster Plans

• Workplace and School Disaster Plans

• Community Based Exercises

4. First Aid Training:

• Basic First Aid Knowledge

• Emergency Medical Response

• First Aid in the Disaster Area

5. Safe Evacuation and Use of Shelter:

• Safe Evacuation Routes

• Safe Behavior in Shelters

• Community Oriented Safe Spaces

6. Communication and Coordination Training:

• Emergency Communication Protocols

• Use of Communication Tools

• Community Coordination and Cooperation

7. Post-Disaster Psychosocial Support Training:

• Post-Traumatic Stress and Psychological Effects

• Psychosocial Support Strategies

• Psychological Strengthening of Society

8. Technology and Disaster Education:

• Emergency Applications and Mobile Applications

• Simulation and Virtual Reality Trainings

• Use of Satellite and Sensor Technologies

9. Innovation and Best Practices in Disaster Education:

• Innovative Training Methods

• Sharing of Good Practices

• Educational Materials and Resources

10. Disaster Education and Sustainability:

• Sustainability in Social Participation and Education

• Environmental Awareness and Ecological Approaches to Disasters

• Continuity of Education Programs

• Interdisciplinary Disaster Education

• Volunteers and Training in Disasters

11. Effects of Disasters:

• Effects on Human Health

• Economic Losses

• Infrastructure Damages

• Environmental Impacts

12. Disaster Risk Analysis:

• Disaster Resistant Cities

• Risk assessment

• Regional Disaster Risks

• Sensitivities of Societies

13. Disaster Management Policies and Legal Framework:

• National and International Disaster Management Standards

• Government Policies and Strategies

• Laws and Regulations Related to Disaster Management

• Disaster Management and Ethics

14. International Cooperation and Assistance:

• Disaster Relief Organizations

• International Assistance and Coordination

• Solidarity and Assistance Projects