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The biennial Canadian Social Welfare Policy Conference: call for papers and presentations

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The biennial Canadian Social Welfare Policy Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa, is inviting people to submit papers and presentations for this year's conference "Social Development in Canada: Moving Forward". The plenary sessions will examine the existing state of social development in Canada, the key actors in social development, and the next steps to be taken.

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University of Ottawa Ottawa
Canada

The biennial Canadian Social Welfare Policy Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa, is inviting people to submit papers and presentations for this year's conference "Social Development in Canada: Moving Forward". The plenary sessions will examine the existing state of social development in Canada, the key actors in social development, and the next steps to be taken.

Researchers, policy analysts and activists from the voluntary and community sector, the public sector and the university sector are encouraged to participate. Participation can take on a variety of forms: round tables, paper presentations, or posters.

This year, subjects of particular interest include social inclusion, child poverty, the urban agenda, First Nations' policy, governance (who does what and at what level), regional social development, neighbourhoods, performance measurement and social development, measuring quality of life. The focus of presentations can include descriptions of innovative policies, initiatives, demonstration projects, and research results.

The deadline for proposals is Friday, November 28, 2002. They should include a title, identification of the theme being covered, a summary (approximately 250 words) of the proposal and a short bio of the author.

The proposals should be sent to socconf@uottawa.ca or to

Caroline Andrew
Social Welfare Policy Conference
Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
K1N 6N5

Contact name: 
Celine Widmer
Contact email: 
socconf@uottawa.ca
Contact phone: 
613-562-5800 ext. 1854
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