The Faculty of Education at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax is pleased to host the International Cultural Research Network’s Exploring Cultural Perspectives Conference Halifax 2009. Rather than diluting broader themes, the ICRN Annual Conference selects particular strategic foci to explore and allow for the collegial objectives of the Network to be achieved. ICRN’s Exploring Cultural Perspectives Conference: Halifax 2010 (May 2-6) has designated its focus under five key themes:
1.Childhood and Youth;
ICRN draws upon current international research within these themes. To maintain a high quality of participation, our five member Abstract Review Committee, all experts in the field, review all submissions using a double blind process. ICRN is highly competitive and seeks to represent leading research within the academic community so paper/workshops are limited to a maximum of 70 over the five day conference. Maximum engagement is ensured as ICRN schedules extend one-hour individual presentations that offer all participants an opportunity to engage with contemporary researchers, invites discussion of relevant experiences and participation in achieving some practical solutions. It is anticipated that international and cross-disciplinary future collaborations will be established through the concluding plenary session.
The accepted papers will be eligible for publication following the conference.
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