The Little Flower Institute of Social Science and Health (LISSAH), an aided college affiliated to the University of Calicut, is organising a national conference on ‘Youth—a Cartelist for Social Transformation,’ on its campus at Kaithappoyil on October 4 and 5.

The conference is being held as part of the institution’s 10{+t}{+h}anniversary celebrations.

Speaking at a press conference here on Tuesday, the programme coordinator C.K. Sreepriya said papers would be presented by a cross section of experts working in different fields of social work including psychology, media, and sociology during the two-day event.

The conference would mark the beginning of a year-long anniversary celebration of the institute, which had been functioning as a centre for education, training, and research in social work, psychology, literature, and audiovisual studies for the last 10 years, said Dr. Sreepriya.

Calicut University Vice Chancellor M. Abdul Salam will inaugurate the conference. Sessions will be held under different topics such as ‘Youth and social Development,’ ‘Youth Media and Culture,’ and ‘Youth and Mental Health’.

There would also be competitions in events including theme dance, collage making, and documentary films.