Reaching Out Together: Connections Through Social Work
Date: April 28 to May 01, 2015
Location: Abbotsford, British Columbia
For more details please visit www.ufvroc.com
Registration for Reaching out Together: Connections Through Social Work is now open. Please visit Eventbrite to register https://www.eventbrite.ca/search the conference title to find the registration page or follow the direct link below.
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The conference runs April 28 through May 1st.
April 28th - Attend Networking Session and the pre-conference dinner
April 29th &30th - Attend the Key Note and Concurrent Sessions
May 1st – Attend Field Trips
The Registration fee includes refreshments, lunches, evening events, networking session and field trips. Space for the networking session, pre –conference dinner, and field trips is limited please register early to ensure you get a space.
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For details about the networking opportunities and the concurrent sessions please follow the link below. Please note this is a tentative schedule and is subject to change.
Connections are integral to social work. As individuals and as social workers, we are constantly creating meaningful alliances and fostering cooperation in our day to-day lives. What does this look like in practice, scholarship, and research?
Reaching Out Together: Connections Through Social Work will profile innovative and alternative practices and research collaborations. Our ultimate goal for this conference is to facilitate dynamic, significant connections between participants that will inspire further collaboration locally, nationally, and internationally.
We invite practitioners, students, academics, researchers, educators, and policy makers to submit proposals for research presentations, poster presentations, practice based workshops, think tank sessions, and field trips.
Submissions may deal with (but are not limited to):
- Key connections in anti -oppressive and feminist practice
- Innovative connections utilizing media like art, music, theatre, sport, or group work
- Interdisciplinary connections and program development
- Connections in the field or classroom through the use of technology and social media
- The importance of connection in sustainable community development
We are looking for submissions that are inclusive and reflective of diverse populations. As all local campuses of the University of the Fraser Valley are located on traditional, unceded territory of the Stó:lō Nation, we encourage proposals from local and international indigenous community contexts.
Reaching Out Together: Connections Through Social Work pdf
Call for Proposals
Submissions are now closed. Proposals are currently under review.