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|First announcement: the call for abstracts has re-opened!|
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|четвртак, 02 март 2017 13:27|
It's our pleasure to announce the call for abstracts has re-opened for the 10th International Conference for the International Society for Health and Human Rights (ISHHR): "Mental health, mass people displacement and ethnic minorities".
The conference will take place between the 26th-29th September 2017 in the city of Novi Sad in Serbia.
The first two days of the event from the 26th-27th September will consist of capacity building workshops which will allow participants to attend sessions that best suit their area of practice and interest. The final two days of the event, from the 28th-29th September, will involve an international conference.
The capacity building workshops will focus on:
* Creative therapies in trauma healing
The international conference themes are:
* The impact of the refugee experience on the physical and mental health of the individual and the community
The ISHHR Secretariat is looking for abstracts that relate to the aforementioned themes. Once received, abstracts will be reviewed by ISHHR’s Scientific Committee members who will select the papers most appropriate for the event. If selected, you will be invited to present your work at the event, or have your work published in conference material.
To submit an abstract, visit the ISHHR website and upload your abstract through the submission portal.
The call for abstracts will close on Friday the 31st of March 2017.
Note: we will be offering partial sponsorship of attendance costs to select individuals interested in attending the ISHHR Conference; submission of an abstract is a requirement to be considered for sponsorship.
Any questions regarding the submission of abstracts, or about the ISHHR Conference in general should be sent to
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With special thanks to the generous support offered by the Taiwan Fund for Democracy to make this event possible.