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European Conference Domestic Violence

European Conference on Domestic Violence

6th – 9th September 2015

Hosted by the School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work

Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE CONFERENCE

  

On behalf of the International Organising Committee we are pleased to invite you to join us at the European Conference on Domestic Violence. The conference will be relevant to a wide range of practitioners, policy makers, researchers and academics from across Europe and further afield. The conference will allow participants to share the latest research findings and new practice and service developments and is designed to:

• provide an opportunity to share research findings and practice developments in relation to domestic violence and abuse, and discuss the implications for policy and practice;

• promote the evidence base informing policy and practice developments relating to domestic violence and abuse;

• encourage networking and resourcing between delegates; and,

• develop research and practice networks

We look forward to welcoming you to Belfast.

 KEY DATES 

Abstract submission: 1st June 2014 – 30th January 2015

Early bird registration available from 1st December 2014 until 1st June 2015

REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON THURSDAY 20 AUGUST 2015

  

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The painting used above is ‘Out of the Shadows’ by Michelle Rogers. It is displayed in Queen’s University and was commissioned to recognise the contribution of women to the success of the university as part of the Gender Initiative. The Gender Initiative has three core aims: To foster an ethos of gender equality across the University; To mainstream exemplar equality practices; and, To make QUB a recognised leader in equal opportunities for women with men.

 

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