RespectCon 2013


The Respect Program in Emory University's Office of Health Promotion in the Division of Campus Life is hosting its inaugural conference focusing on issues related to sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking on college campuses on Friday, April 12, 2013. The call for proposals for presentations/papers/panel ideas/roundtable discussion facilitators is now available at

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

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 [email protected] Lauren Bernstein, Coordinator of the Respect Program, at [email protected] or 404-727-1514.
  • Emory University Respect Program
    1525 Clifton Rd., Atlanta
  • Friday Apr 12, 2013
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