We are pleased to welcome session proposals and poster presentations. All the details can be found on the conference website at: sexualconsentconference.com
Three plenary speakers from across the province of Ontario will be sharing their work:
- Dr. Terry Humphreys, Psychology Department, Trent University : Attitudes and Beliefs of Sexual Consent
- Dr. Lori Schindel Martin, Faculty of Nursing, Ryerson University : Sexual Consent, Dementia and Aging
- Dr. Charlene Senn, Department of Psychology and Women's & Gender Studies Program, University of Windsor : Evidence-based Campus Sexual Violence Interventions
We are eagerly anticipating the first Sexual Consent Conference in central and eastern Canada on June 2 and 3, 2016. Are you a researcher working with an academic institution or doing community-based research on sexual consent? Please consider sharing your work in this multisectoral conference exploring this important issue from an intersectional approach.
Call for Session Proposals is due February 5, 2016
Call for Poster Presentation Proposals is due April 5, 2016
Please share this important announcement in your networks. Registration will open mid-December!
More information available here: http://sexualconsentconference.com/
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