4th International Conference on Covid-19 Lives and Livelihood 2020 (ICCLL)

The outbreak of pandemic Covid-19 has disrupted the economic, financial and social systems of most countries and the short and long-term consequences will be difficult to appraise. The purpose of this special issue is to encourage early research into what these consequences might be in both developed and developing countries.

Coronavirus disease made everyone stressed. Anxiety, depression and fear about an outbreak may cause mental health disorders in adults and children. Coping of mental health during covid-19 is important for the people you care about. Stress during an outbreak involves changes in sleeping habits, eating patterns changes, worsens mental health conditions, over thinking, difficulty in sleeping and concentrating. Sleep disorders arise in every individual during the outbreak. Mental health of children, teens, adults and older people will vary during this outbreak. Take care of yourself and your community to cope with stress disorder. There are many ways to cope with stress, taking breaks from watching, reading, listening to news about the outbreak. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be disturbing and unnecessary tension will be raised in the minds. Take deep breaths, do yoga and meditation. Talk with people about your feelings and concerns.

Call For Paper ICCLL

Covid-19 Lives and Livelihood

  • Global trade and the longer-term impact of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 – what will the tourism sector future be?
  • Impact of COVID-19 on education and the future of studying abroad
  • Financing along the supply chain: strengths and weaknesses and its future
  • Economic and financial lessons from history for the post-pandemic world
  • COVID-19 and the role of central banks, financial markets, and international institutions
  • COVID-19 and its Impact on economic factors, i.e. price stability, employment, economic growth
  • The future role of international organisations: WHO, IMF for example
  • Risk management
  • Economic activity (growth, cycles)
  • Unemployment
  • Inequality
  • Public finances
  • High, middle and low income countries
  • Bankruptcies
  • Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Power of Yoga and Meditation
  • Mental Health during COVID-19
  • Psychiatry and Mental Health
  • Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  • Brain and Sleeping Disorders
  • Psychology & Psychiatry
  • Women’s Mental Health
  • Addiction and Mental Health
  • Mental Health Experts Meeting
  • Investor sentiment
  • Changes to capital structure
  • Changes to payout policy
  • Changes to the commodity markets
  • Impact on emerging and growth economies
  • Workforce readiness and development
  • Innovations in supply chains to increase responsiveness
  • Sustainable operations and sharing and circular economies in a time of crisis
  • Managing perishable supply chains
  • Social response to crises and its impact on supply chain management
  • Innovation in the supply chain
  • New technologies in the supply chain
  • Purchasing and supplier coordination and relationships
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Responsiveness and resilience in supply chains
  • Supply chain agility
  • Local versus globalization of supply chains
  • Workforce readiness and development

[ Important Dates ]

Early Bird Registration

29th August 2020

Paper Submission Deadline

11th Sep 2020

Last date of registration

15th Sep 2020

Date of Conference

28th Sep-29th Sep 2020

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Sample Paper

Day-1- Sep 28, 2020
Country: Other | Time Zone: UTC +5:30
Welcome including Opening Practice
Keynote Presentations
Lunch Break
Invited Presentations
16:00- 17:30
Oral Presentations
Day-2- Sep 29, 2020
Country : Other | Time Zone: UTC +5:30
Welcome including Opening Practice
Keynote Presentations
Lunch Break
Invited Presentations
16:00- 17:30
Oral Presentations

Benefits of Webinars


Organizing a conference, or any event for that matter, is usually one of the most nerve-wracking activities. Booking a venue, allocating on-hand staff, arranging food and beverages, ensuring accurate security measures, etc, requires exhausting huge amounts of money and even more energy. A virtual conference rids the host of all the stated hassle by providing them with a cost-effective online alternative with 24/7 customer support.


At a virtual conference, you may be able to attract high-demand speakers who typically have limited time for in-person conferences but are happy to jump on a video call to talk about industry trends. Not only is this a more schedule-friendly approach but also costs you nothing in terms of travel and accommodation expenses.


As stated previously, attendees can access a virtual conference from the comfort of their home. Since they’re usually provided with the agenda prior to the event, visitors have the flexibility of planning their day around relevant sessions.


One of the most popular benefits of hosting a virtual conference is that it can be accessed from ANY device, on ANY browser, and from ANY part of the world. Hosting a virtual event of this nature lets you address a wider audience without the need for them to spend exorbitant amounts on travel and/or accommodation, naturally making the trade off easier, and the attendance higher.


Here’s the best part! Your content, such as recordings from the conference, and other documents is entirely under your ownership and can be used as collateral for months and years to come.


Staying on top of your game in terms of knowledge and skills no longer requires you to travel to different lands (and if you’re still doing that, then it’s just sad). Virtual conferences bring top trends and insights right at your doorstep. Making the most out of webinars, live chats, and much more, you can now grow your knowledge base in just a few clicks, while sipping away your coffee.


Using live text, audio and video chat, attendees can engage with industry specialists to create connections and get detailed, personalized insights regarding the agenda of the conference.


Live webinars at virtual conferences, just as seminars at physical events, are typically followed by interactive Q&A sessions, where organizers invite suggestions and recommendations directly from the audience.

Due to the virtual nature of the event, however, this is a more accurate way of understanding your audience’s profiles, their concerns, and allowing companies to incorporate that feedback into improving their processes.


In today’s world, where social and environmental responsibly tops everything else, it is imperative that companies come up with solutions that do not damage the ecosystem. Virtual conferences eliminate the use of brochures or any supplementary material that causes paper waste and instead makes them available in the form of online resources. In addition, other aspects such as the removal of travel, further complements the air quality that would normally go unreported.


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