The University of Hawaii at Mānoa, Center on Disability Studies, in the College of Education, is accepting presentation proposals for the 37th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity, being held February 28-March 1, 2022. Submissions are being accepted through December 1.
This year’s theme is Mobilize for Action! Presentation formats include 15-minute posters, 30-minute live and recorded presentations, and two-plus hour capacity building institutes. Presentations will be within five conference strands that house 18 topics:
- Communities: Autism & Neurodiversity; Deaf Community; Family Engagement; Indigenous and Cultural Diversity
- Education: Higher Education, Disability, & COVID-19; PreK-12 Education, Disability, COVID-19; Social-Emotional Learning
- Employment and Career: Accessibility & Accommodation Issues; COVID-19 and Employment Issues; Innovations and Challenges in Career Development; Transition from Postsecondary Education to Employment
- Health & Well-being: Disability and Health; Mental Health Issues & COVID-19; Well-being and Flourishing; and
- Disability Studies & Diversity Issues: Disasters and Emergency Preparedness; Disability Policy and Advocacy; Creativity, Media & the Arts; Disability Studies & Intersectionality
To submit proposals, visit pacrim.coe.hawaii.edu.