7:00am–5:00pm, March 4–5, 2019
SUCCESSABILITY! #PacRim2019 Call for Participation
The place to be to learn about smart practices, glimpse the future, and become a change agent for people with disabilities in your community!
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Center on Disability Studies will host the 34th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity at the Hawaii Convention Center, March 4 and 5 , 2019. We have an action-packed conference planned – home-grown experts, some from the Mainland, and others from more than 10 countries. In its 34 th year, PacRim has always been about disability and diversity, a place to gather, learn, network, and be empowered with ideas that work.
PacRim 2019 has a flexible format that is user and presenter friendly – there are 60-minute options, multi-hour workshops, keynote speakers, exhibitors, interactive poster presentation reception, and special events. Our call for participation includes:
● Last Call for Proposals – Conference strands include: 1) accessibility, 2) Early Learning & Education, 3) Health & Wellbeing, and ) 4) postsecondary education & Employment. Presenters will address these four strands by highlighting cross-strand themes of 1) Disability Studies, 2) Interdisciplinary Teams Transitions across the Lifespan, 3) Social Emotional Development, and 4) Transitions across the Lifespan. Submit a proposal to present at www.pacrim.hawaii.edu .The deadline for proposals is December 3, 2018.
● Registration – Educators, Health Service Providers, Advocates, and Decision-Makers may register online or contact us for special rates. Learn more about our accepted presentations at www.facebook.com/PacRimHawaii.
● Exhibitors & Sponsors – Limited space is available for organizations to interact and highlight your most innovative products & services. Partner as an exhibitor or sponsor by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to offering you an experience that will not only give you something to think about, but to act on when you get home. By being in a place where you can meet people who think outside the box, brainstorm with others, reflect, and discover a new level of energy and a clear mission – you will be equipped to make a difference in your communities.