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KIA ORA WHANAU NAU MAI HAERE MAI

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

 &                   &

PROUDLY PRESENTS THE 

2020 AuSTRALASIA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

A local expression of a global movement

DATE:

20-22 APRIL 2020

VENUE:

 NorthTec Raumanga Campus, Whangārei, Northland, New Zealand

2020 COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

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DATE: 
April 20TH–22ND 2020

 

VENUE: 
51 Raumanga Valley Rd, North Tec Campus, Raumanga, Whangarei 0110
Northland, New Zealand

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

ACDA

 &                 &

ACDA and IACD and North Tec invite you to participate in the Conference for our times:
 

                 “A local expression of a global movement ”

Post conference field trips and workshops will take place.

There will also be a post conference presidents tour for International guests.

Dates and  times are yet be confirmed. 

 

AIM OF THE CONFERENCE

The conference will consider current issues in Community development, new and applied research and innovative practice. In particular it will reflect on the CD response to the major challenges of our age, inequality and climate change as expressed in the 17 Goals for sustainable development known as the SDG’s.

 

The conference will reflect on CD today, the perceived retreat by Government and Local Government from supporting the field. The loss of education and training programs. The apparent side-lining of Community Economic Development in favour of a colonised version of Social Enterprise.

 

Globally the International Association for Community Development, IACD, has been involved in an extensive consultation exercise, including a conference in Aotearoa New Zealand, to develop its guidance “Towards Shared International Standards for Community Development Practice.” This project has excited the CD community and is now translated into 14 languages and the subject of workshops and conferences around the world.

 

Our aim for this conference is to bring the standards to life by adding a specific chapter on practice in Aotearoa New Zealand through a process which enables our neighbors in the region to develop their own national standards chapter. And build the relevance and resilience of our practice.

2020 Submission Guidelines & Conference Proceeding Guidelines

The conference proceedings accepts submissions in the form of papers suitable for peer review and according to the conference themes. These papers may also be the subject of a presentation at the conference.

As an international CD conference, the proceedings is using English as a standard language. Submissions will be published primarily in English. Please note that submission is possible only by e-mail. All submissions should be in Microsoft Word format. All submissions should follow the APA style guide, 6th edition, for citations and referencing.

Font:  Arial, 12 point

Tables:  Send tables or figures in .rtf, .doc, .gif, .jpg, or tiff format.

Images:  Images should be sent separately in .jpg format with their file names as the relevant figure #, along with a separate Microsoft Word document that lists the figures and codes them back to the .jpg file.  In the submission document write ‘Insert Figure #’.  Images must have a minimum resolution of 300 PPI.

Submission Length:

Referred papers: 4000 to 6000 words.

Please email your full paper to: cdjournal.unitec@gmail.com

QA Oral Presentations

QA presentations will be of 25 minutes including discussion which should be 10 minutes. These presentations will be peer reviewed
through a QA process and will be considered for publication in the QA conference proceedings.

Abstracts must be received no later than 20th January 2020. Outcomes of submissions become available on the 10th February 2020.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster An A2 sized poster describing CD practice, including learning and teaching, or research.

 

Posters will be displayed in the event foyer and there will be dedicated times for discussion and viewing.

Applications to present a poster must be made by 20/01/2020

 
 
 

CALL FOR PAPERS

& PARTICIPATION

Practitioners, Academics and Trainers are invited to submit proposals for the 2020 Community Development Conference. The conference committee will consider both Quality Assured and Practice submissions which address the conference goal and themes in the following categories:

 

Poster An A2 sized poster describing CD practice, including learning and teaching, or research. Posters will be displayed in the event foyer and there will be dedicated times for discussion and viewing.

 

Workshops Workshops will be 50 minutes and must be interactive participatory experiences. They may disseminate research or explore practice, including teaching and learning.

 

Quality Assured Presentations: QA presentations will be of 25 minutes including discussion which should be 10 minutes. These presentations will be peer reviewed through a QA process and will be considered for publication in the QA conference proceedings.

 

Short Films: Short films will be considered for an in-conference film festival. While these will not be subject to a QA process a peoples choice award will be awarded to the most popular short films.

CONFERENCE SUB-THEMES

• Indigenous innovation


• Community engagement


• SDGs: submissions on all of the 17 goals will be considered especially Ending Poverty and Hunger, Reducing Inequalities,
Promoting health, wellbeing and education, Climate Action and Living Sustainably


• Community Economic Development


• Reclaiming Rights and Justice


• Contemporary Issues in CD


• Our CD history


• Researching, Teaching and Learning with Communities

Conference abstracts are due 20/01/2020 & will be submitted to the conference website aotearoacommunitydevelopmentassociation.com/conference2020 using the guidelines on the site. We may experience technical difficulties & we appreciate your understanding and patience. 

 

PRACTISE WORKSHOPS

Workshops will be 50 minutes and must be submitted by 20/01/2020.

The workshops must be interactive, and be a participatory experience. They may disseminate research or explore practice, including teaching and learning. 

 

 

CONFERENCE FILM FESTIVAL

Individuals and agencies are invited to show a short film (maximum 30 minutes) for inclusion in the Conference film festival. Applications must include a description of the film, and a brief bio of the filmmaker or agency, by 20th January 2020.

 

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SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

Use the button below to submit a proposal for review.

 

All presenters are required to register for conference. 

 

Contact Us

Any questions or enquiries? feel free to send us a message.

 

For urgent enquiries please contact the conference chair between 9am and 5pm New Zealand time:

John Stansfield - +64 21 844 639