Conference Presentation Proposal

Proposal deadline:  October 14, 2019

This call for presentation proposals is for those working in the grassroots domestic violence movement: women’s shelters, women’s centres, Partner Assault Response (PAR) programs, men’s treatment programs, family therapists, restorative justice facilitators, police, probation offices, crown prosecutors, judges, victim services officers, children mental health workers, child protection workers, addiction counselors, health care workers, clergy, educators and others engaged in direct service.  Presentation proposals are also welcome from academics and government policy makers.

Please complete the proposal form and submit using the button below.  Please also note the following:

  • Contributors will receive confirmation of acceptance or non-acceptance following the submission deadline. In some cases, one may receive confirmation prior to that time. The duration of presentations will range from 25-55 minutes. At the time of confirmation, contributors will be advised of the time available to them.

  • All presenters are required to register and pay the conference fee before being added to the conference schedule.

  • Presenters are responsible for providing their own travel and hotel accommodations for the conference.

  • Upon acceptance, presenters will be asked to provide a promotional photograph for posting on the conference website.

  • Separate email submissions will be accepted. If doing so, please send your submission as an MS Word attachment to with the subject line: Canadian DV Conference 6 Submission

Name *
Please enter any credentials (e.g. education/current affiliations you would like attached to your name in promotional materials).
Phone *
If applicable
Address *
Background, education and experience related to your topic; 100-word MAXIMUM for each presenter
A 200-word MAXIMUM summary of your presentation that could be used in the conference brochure and web site
Language of Presentation
While translation services are not available, the conference committee is committed to offering presentation opportunities in both official languages.