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AFSEH conference: Abstract deadline extended to September 21

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1st National Conference Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health 

Equity and Justice – in Gender, Sexuality, Education and Health 

22-23 November 2015, Western Sydney University (Parramatta Campus)

 Conference themes include:

 Genders and sexualities in health and education: working together for equity and justice

 Digital cultures and youth – rights, ethics and responsibilities

 Intersectionality, sexualities and gender

 Communities, parents and sexual health – whose rights?

 Youth-led initiatives – local and international perspectives

 Popular pedagogies and informal education


We invite abstracts for papers, posters and symposia presentations. Abstracts should not exceed 300 words and address one (or more) of the conference themes above. Please include with your abstract, the presentation’s title, the presenter’s name and affiliation (or list of presenters’ names and affiliations), the conference theme addressed and contact details including an email address. All abstracts will undergo peer review.

Send your abstract to Jawed Gebrael at J.Gebrael@westernsydney.edu.au

Abstracts should be received by close of business, Monday September 21, 2015

To register, go to https://ipay.uws.edu.au/pgrp_show.asp 

Scroll down to School of Education and click on the box next to Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health (AFSEH) National Conference. Scroll to the bottom of the page and then click on Submit. You will then be taken to another page where you can enter your details and pay for the registration.

The cost to attend is $90, which includes meals and light refreshments

Any enquiries to Jawed Gebrael at J.Gebrael@westernsydney.edu.au

The 1st AFSEH Conference is supported by 

The Centre for Educational Research and the Sexualities & Genders Research Network at Western Sydney University; The Arts and Social Sciences Practical Justice Initiative and the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW Australia; and The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University

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