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Non Profit Management Support Conference 18, 19 October 2010 Dockside Sydney

Paper submission deadline:  31 May (extended)

http://www.mob.com.au/projects/conference2010/

To receive more information about the Conference, the awards or lodge your Call for Papers online, visit the Conference Organisers http://www.hotelnetwork.com.au or email [email protected]

Posted: 2010-05-28

Involve 2010: Connect

Abstract submission deadline:  Friday 4th June

Information on the submission process can be found at www.involve.org.nz 

Involve is a national youth health & development conference for people working with young people, being held at the Aotea Centre, Auckland, 17 – 19 November 2010.

Posted: 2010-05-28

8th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities

Abstract submission deadline:  10 June 2010

University of California, Los Angeles, USA  29 June - 2 July 2010. Full details of the conference, including an online proposal submission form, are to be found at the conference website: http://www.HumanitiesConference.com 

Posted: 2010-05-28

2nd Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium

Call for Abstracts now open.

"Winds of Change: New Perspectives on Rural and Remote Mental Health" Sydney, September 29 - 30 2010.  Abstracts can be submitted online http://www.vision6.com.au/ch/11035/2dd6rvy/1144137/ddcb6r02p.asp

Posted: 2010-05-28

Youth (Sub)cultures in Changing Societies - Estonia, 2-4 February 2011

Abstracts (max. 200 words), should be sent by e-mail to Maarja Kobin, [email protected]  by 30 September 2010.

The conference investigates the impact of choices and structural restrictions on youth cultures in times of social change. The main focus is on the question whether youth cultures are deviant or only distinctive lifestyles.

Posted: 2010-05-31

Making Links 2010

Conference presentations submissions due 30 June 2010http://www.makinglinks.org.au/tag/call-for-papers-2010/

Academic Workshops – Call for Participation and Presentations - http://www.makinglinks.org.au/tag/academic-workshops/ 

Conference date:  15 - 17 November, Perth

Posted: 2010-06-02

45th Youth in Community action (YiCA)

Call for Applicants no later than 20 June 2010. Applicants between 18-27 years of age who care about and have been actively involved in local community projects for stimulating positive social change. 

The event will be held at six field sites in the Republic of Korea, from 2-13 August 2010. 

Posted: 2010-06-02

The Mental Health Services (TheMHS) 2010 Conference

Abstract Submission for TheMHS 2010 Conference

20th Annual TheMHS Conference: 14 - 17 September 2010

Abstracts for must be submitted via the online submission process on this website. http://www.themhs.org/2010-annual-conference/submit-abstract 

Would you like to give a presentation at the next annual TheMHS conference? Anyone involved in, or interested in mental health services is invited to submit an abstract for consideration for the 2010 program. All abstracts will be reviewed and assessed according to the Guidelines for Submission of Abstracts. 

NOTE: Although the deadline has past, abstracts may be accepted - contact TheMHS office for enquiries.

Posted: 2010-06-30

World Universities Forum

The deadline for the next round in the call for papers (a title and short abstract) is 10 June 2010. Future deadlines will be announced on the conference website after this date. Proposals are reviewed within two weeks of submission. Full details of the conference can be found at http://www.UniversitiesForum.com.

Posted: 2010-07-01

Children and Youth in Changing Societies

2-4 December 2010

The Conference “Children and Youth in Changing Societies”, which is organized by the Psychological Association of Northern Greece in collaboration with the School of Psychology at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, has as an aim to incorporate all current debates on childhood and youth, and contribute to the development of an interdisciplinary research field, where insights, perspectives and methods from a variety of academic disciplines are truly integrated. The Conference topics refer to all processes and transformations experienced by children and young people, including developmental, social, cultural, lifestyle, entertainment, family, and school-to-work transitions, as well as their implications for physical and mental health. 

Posted: 2010-07-01