Making the Invisible Visible
- Checkland Building, Falmer Campus, University of Brighton
- 16 December 2010 09:30 - 18 December 2010 12:30
The Sustainable Development Coordination Unit at the University of Brighton will be co-hosting an International Conference entitled "Making the Invisible Visible: An Emerging Community of Practice in Indicators, Sustainability and Values"
The conference will include a mixture of academic and non-academic sessions, and aims to bring together researchers, civil society organisations, policy-makers and funders.
Registration is FREE until 1 December 2010 and there are still opportunities to contribute with a presentation and/or workshop related to values, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, co-design and collaborative approaches in research, or the challenges of evaluation and/or social impact measurement in your work.
Paper and Talk Contributions
The organisers welcome contributions from all those attending. The deadline for abstracts, for anyone interested in giving an oral presentation, is 5 November. Proposals are invited for:
Everyone attending the Conference is encouraged to present a poster, even if you are also speaking.
Short Informal Talk - 8 to 10 minutes
There will be a number of interactive sessions and workshops during the conference, the perfect opportunity for you to share experience or interact. If you would like to contribute in this way, please identify a topic or title and make sure to select the relevant box when registering for the Conference.
Short Formal Talk - 15 minutes
If you would like to present a short talk during one of the plenary or breakout sessions, please identify a topic or title and contact the conference team as soon as possible.
Significant Formal Talk - 20 to 30 minutes
If you would like to give a longer formal talk or keynote speach, please identify the title for your talk and contact the conference team as soon as possible.
N.B. Written Papers are not required, but those presented can be considered for submission to Academic Journals.