yresearch: the conference
YMCA George Williams College, 6th February 2015
YMCA George Williams College would like to invite you to our upcoming conference on the role of research in supporting youth and community work, taking place on Friday 6thFebruary 2015.
There is a need for more research to underpin practice which takes place within the field of youth and community work. yresearch: the conference provides an opportunity for practitioners and researchers to come together and debate and discuss recent research associated with youth and community work.
This conference is open to anyone interested in youth and community work which is supported by research and we hope to have a range of practitioners, academics and those interested in policy, research and/or practice attending.
The cost of attending is £35 (£10 for students) and the event will take place from 10am – 4pm on Friday 6th February at YMCA George Williams College in London. To book your place, please use Eventbrite by clicking here.
Call for papers at the yresearch Conference taking place on Friday 6th February 2015
We are hoping that the conference will involve a range of presentations based on recent research relevant to youth and community work. We would particularly like to extend an invitation to recent Youth and Community Work graduates to present, based on the research you carried out for your BA or MA dissertations. Presentations will last around 40 minutes – 20 minutes to present your study and findings and a further 20 minutes for questions and discussion. If you would like to present a paper at this conference, please send an abstract of no more than 250 words to Tina Salter (email@example.com) byFriday 31st October 2014. Those accepted to present will also be entitled to a free place at the conference.
yresearch: Journal of Social Research and Evaluation
In addition, a new e-journal publication will be launched next year. For those of you who present papers at the conference, we will then invite you to submit an article based on your presentation (3,000-5,000 words in length) for the first edition due to be launched in the autumn of 2015.
If you have any queries regarding the conference or the journal, please contact Tina Salter on 020 7540 4908 or firstname.lastname@example.org.