| Keynotes | Programme | Advice for Abstract Submitters | Poster Presentation Instructions | Venue | Accommodation | Travel and General Information | Master Class | Youth Forum | Social Events | Tours and Activities | Sponsors & Exhibitors | Connect With Us |
Fáilte! [welcome] It is our great pleasure to invite you to Dublin for the 13th ISPCAN European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. We look forward to welcoming you to Dublin where we can assure you of both a full and exciting scientific programme and a venue that is rich in history, culture and heritage.
Se puede enviar los abstracts en castellano ya que se ha programado tener sesiones en castellano en la conferencia. Podrá encontrar más detalles en las páginas para Enviar Abstracts.
Les abstracts en langue française sont bienvenus et nous prévoyons une session en langue française durant le congrès. Pour plus de détails, veuillez consulter les pages pour la soumission des abstracts.
Delegates will have opportunities to discuss the current state of research and interventions on CAN in Europe and internationally, discuss new challenges and emerging topics and help shape national and international responses.
The organising committee is made up of clinicians, practitioners and academics drawn from across the island of Ireland. Dublin last hosted an ISPCAN event (the 11th International Congress) in 1996 and we look forward to this return visit.
Our conference theme is "Protecting Children in a Changing World” and the sub-themes are:
- Prevention of child abuse and neglect through early and sustained involvement
- Interventions and programmes for children and families experiencing adversity
- Addressing children’s rights and participation
- Reforms in child protection and welfare policy
- Children in out of home care
- Building the evidence base
- Contemporary issues
Dublin is a vibrant and modern capital city with a unique literary, cultural and historical legacy. The city is compact and easy to explore for visitors and is also close to stunning natural scenery and historic sites in nearby counties. Dublin is well served by direct flights from dozens of European cities.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dublin in September 2013.
Dr. Kevin LalorHead of School of Social Sciences and Law
Dublin Institute of Technology
Dr. Victoria Lidchi
Tavistock Centre (London) and NorPip (Northampton)