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Postponement of the UNH International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference

Tentative Plans for Conference July 10-12, 2022

Colleagues and friends,

We are tentatively making plans to hold the International Research Conference on Family Violence and Child Victimization in the summer of 2022, from the 10-12 of July.  It will be planned as a traditional face-to-face conference gathering with in person presentations only.

However, we have not made the final decision.  If by the end of 2021 infection rates have soared to near previous winter levels, and if travel for visitors from outside the US is still forbidden or extremely onerous, we will take the option of cancelling the plans.

 We will automatically consider any of the submissions received for the July 2020 meeting as candidates for presentation in 2022.  We understand that this postponement will not work for all submitters, so once we get plans in place, we will write with the specifics and find out whether you want your submission considered, removed or if you want to submit something new or revised.   

We will be releasing further information about submissions and registration in November.

If you have questions, please be in touch.

We look forward to seeing you sometime in the future, when life returns to normal, to continue the conversations about all the important work that you are doing

David Finkelhor and Yahayra Michel
Conference co-chairs

 


International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference

This research-focused conference offered a unique opportunity for researchers and scientists/practitioners from a broad array of disciplines to come together for the purpose of sharing, integrating and critiquing accumulated science on violence.

The conference is usually attended by a wide range of professionals and graduate students from psychology, sociology, psychiatry, social work, nursing, women's studies, law, criminology, criminal justice, anthropology, medicine, public health, and child development. Students are encouraged to attend and present. It is an excellent opportunity to meet and learn from people working on a wide range of violence-related topics in a wide range of settings.

Who organizes the conferences?

These conferences are sponsored by the Family Research Laboratory and Crimes against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire. They are part of an ongoing series of conferences on all aspects of family violence and child victimization dating back to 1981.

How do I submit a paper? 

When you have a submission-ready, you can submit it through this website. We typically accept submissions starting in November and running through March. We have moved up the opening of the submission window in order to accommodate people who need to submit early in order to arrange travel funds or visas.   

Questions may be directed to conference staff at frl.conference@unh.edu

 

The Family Research Laboratory (FRL) & the Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) are independent research units at the University of New Hampshire devoted to the study of family problems.