How to Submit an Abstract

Par­tic­i­pants are invit­ed to hand in abstracts for paper pre­sen­ta­tions, full papers, posters and sym­posia. All pro­pos­als must be sub­mit­ted elec­tron­i­cal­ly via

The con­fer­ence lan­guage is Eng­lish and all abstracts must be in English.

Online sub­mis­sion of abstract will be open between Decem­ber 1st 2014 and Feb­ru­ary 1st 2015 Feb­ru­ary 1st 2015 (EXTENDED DEADLINE). If you have any ques­tions, please con­tact

The authors will receive sta­tus of their abstract before April 1st 2015 for paper pre­sen­ta­tions, posters and sym­posia and March 1st 2015 full papers.

The abstract should be max­i­mum 350 words + ref­er­ences and include the following:

  • Title of proposal
  • Authors(s) of pro­pos­al includ­ing affil­i­a­tions and email addresses
  • The top­ic where you feel that your abstract will best fit
  • Gen­er­al descrip­tion on research ques­tions, objec­tives and the­o­ret­i­cal framework
  • Methods/methodology (if applicable)
  • Expect­ed outcomes/results
  • Ref­er­ences

It is not pos­si­ble to include tables or graphs in the sub­mis­sion form.

You need to indi­cate all con­tribut­ing authors along with their affil­i­a­tions and email address­es, and to spec­i­fy who will be pre­sent­ing. Fill in this infor­ma­tion care­ful­ly; mis-spellings and miss­ing email address­es may mean that co-authors are not cor­rect­ly linked to all their contributions.

The top­ics are:

(1) Children’s agency in fam­i­ly-school relationships
(2) Fam­i­ly-school rela­tion­ships for social and edu­ca­tional inclu­sion, equi­ty and justice
(3) Imple­men­ta­tion of practices
(4) Method­olog­i­cal issues in research
(5) Research based innovations
(6) Mul­ti-cul­tur­al issues in fam­i­ly-school relationships
(7) Cul­tural and social diversities

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