Annual Global Well-Being and Social Change Conference
The Annual Global Well-Being and Social Change Conference provides a platform from which experts share their knowledge and offer training for agents of social change. Each year, the conference brings together faculty, students, staff, and community practitioners from around the world and across disciplines to learn together ways to advance global social justice and human rights. Despite this annual conference, students also present their research and glean knowledge from experts in the field.
2022 - Behavioral Mental Health Conference: Workforce Challenges
This year's conference, titled Global Connectedness: Achieving Sustainable Change in an Evolving World will be held April 20th-22nd, 2023, at The Ware Center, Lancaster, PA.
Seeking topics related to Global Goals, including:
LGBTQ+ Transgender Issues, Equity, Food Insecurity, Homelessness, Mental Well-Being, Systemic Oppression, Access to Fresh Water, Economic Growth/Sustainables, Environmental Justice, Poverty, Access to Quality Healthcare, Access to Education, Emotional Wellness Belonging/Reducing Isolation
This year's conference, Global Connectedness: Achieving Sustainable Change in an Evolving World, invites presentations (paper, roundtable, and workshop) that explore the realization of social justice and human rights and its myriad dimensions and manifestations. Our conference welcomes research that identifies barriers to social justice and human rights, as well as strategies (policies, programs, and practices) to promote social justice and human rights across diverse populations. These presentations may be original research, theoretical framework(s), clinical interventions, pedagogy, and/or policy/advocacy. Human rights are complex and multifaceted; strategies to enhance it require equally complex and interdisciplinaryresponses. Scholars, practitioners, students, and agents of social change from all disciplines are encouraged
to submit proposals.
PAPERS: 60 minute presentations of original research, theoretical
frameworks and clinical interventions.
PANELS: 15 minutes of presentation followed by 45 minutes of
interactive discussion with participants on a variety of topics
related to the conference theme.
WORKSHOP: 60 minutes of educational, interactive, and
experiential learning activities.
Submit your proposal to:
https://millersville.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9AG4edV7oaPdlfU by December 31, 2022.
Contact Heather Strohman at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
For more information please visit: https://blogs.millersville.edu/learninginstitute/