The call for proposals deadline has passed.
CSWE invites proposals for the 67th Annual Program Meeting (APM) in Orlando, FL, November 4–7, 2021. The conference theme—Leading Critical Conversations: Racial, Economic, & Environmental Justice—builds on the theme of the 2020 APM, which focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion and challenged us to prepare the next generation of social workers to be explicitly antiracist. This year’s theme invites us to address how the COVID-19 pandemic continues to widen the gaps in racial, economic, and environmental justice. We encourage participants to incorporate lessons learned from the pandemic and its lasting effects into proposals, including how technology use created opportunities and challenges for social work students, practice systems, and the populations they serve.
CSWE invites proposals from multiple perspectives and voices. Proposals should raise critical issues about practices, policies, and structures that hinder or advance racial, economic, and environmental justice. They should also identify strategies for improving the explicit and implicit curricula and learning environment of social work education.
We encourage submissions focused on the conference theme for each of the 40 Tracks. The 2021 APM program will be developed using two proposal categories, peer-reviewed proposals and invited proposals.
Each peer-reviewed proposal is submitted to one of the 40 Tracks. There are four presentation format options: electronic poster, interactive workshop, paper presentation, and panel.
There are six format options for invited proposals: three types of preconference workshops, CSWE Connect sessions, Hot Topic sessions, and Partnership presentations.
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