Theme: Challenging Social Responsibilities for Child Abuse and Neglect
Child abuse and neglect are issues which challenge practitioners, decision makers and researchers as well as parents, children and communities: whose responsibility is it to react, respond and care and how should it be done? The Conference offers a multiprofessional and multidisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners, activists and decision-makers – not forgetting children and young people themselves – to share views and experiences by arranging plenaries, workshops and informal social meeting places. The Nordic, European and global perspectives will support our joint efforts to promote the well-being and safety of children and their families globally.
REGISTER NOW - On-line registration is open
Early bird fee by 30 June:
Developing Country Member 210€
New/renewing Member 462€
New/renewing Developing Country 248€
Developing Country Non-member 265€
Eastern European Training Institute - Pre-conference event Sunday 18 September 2011
This event will bring together both experts and newcomers to multidisciplinary work in Child Abuse and Neglect from within the region. The programme is being developed in consultation with ISPCAN partners in the region. Among the topics to be covered will be assessment of the abused child and family, ethical dilemmas, and forensic interviewing.
The institute registration fee includes participation in all Institute sessions, breaks and lunch
Developed Country Fee 90€
Developing Country Fee 80€
Call for Abstracts - Abstract submission is closed.
For more information, including online registration, please see the conference website: www.uta.fi/conference/childabuseandneglect2011