We will particularly be focusing on the primary prevention of violence as well as research and evidence-informed practice. RespectCon 2013 will also reflect the Respect Program's values of Respect, Survivor Empowerment, Student Engagement, Social Justice & Inclusion, Advocacy, Collaboration, and Excellence.
Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal as long as s/he would be able to be present at Emory on 4/12/13. We are happy to coordinate with anyone to figure out session content and format.
The call for proposals will close on 1/31/13, and presenters will be notified by 2/12/13. Registration is OPEN http://tinyurl.com/RespectCon2013
Speakers: Free if affiliated with Emory, $10 if not
Emory students: $10 before 3/1, $20 after 3/1
Emory non-students: $30 before 3/1, $40 after 3/1
Other attendees: $40 before 3/1, $50 after 3/1
If you have any additional questions or are interested in other conference involvement opportunities, please contact Emily Chapman, Undergraduate Assistant for the Respect Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org Lauren Bernstein, Coordinator of the Respect Program, at email@example.com or 404-727-1514.
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