SF world conference call for papers
We are delighted to invite colleagues to submit their workshops, talks, spaces and activities for the SF World conference in September 2017. Here is what you can offer.

Are one hour long and should be interactive and skills based

Are 15 minutes long and are a format in which you tell the audience something (a project, an interesting idea, etc.)

Are 1 hour long and are for emergent discussions on topics/ dilemmas or a chance for a gathering of different groups e.g. professions, nationalities, those with a shared interest

Morning Activities:
Are 30 minutes long and are for colleagues with suitable expertise to lead a morning wellbeing session for example mindfulness, yoga, meditation etc.

If you have another idea for a format that we can fit in -- please let us know

The topics for the different days are:

Day 1: Best hopes and beyond
Day 2: What is working?
Day 3: Signs of small steps

If you want to submit more than one offer, please fill in a different form for each offer. We will look at all proposals at the end of October 2016 and let you know in November which workshops, talks, spaces and morning activities we thought make the best possible mix for the 2017 conference.

kind regards, the SFworldconference team.
We are looking forward to your contributions!
Presenter(s)' names *
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Phone numbers *
Affiliations and country (e.g. EBTA, SOLworld) *
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What do you want to offer? *
If something else, what?
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Abstract (200 words max) This wording will be included in the Programme to tell participants about your session *
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Please send a printable (300dpi) .jpg formatted photos of all the presenters (either as group or individual photos) to kirsten@kirsten-dierolf.de
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