Saturday, March 29, 2008

CCELS issues call for papers

The Canadian Centre for Elder Law, in partnership with the International Guardianship Network announces a Call for Papers for its joint conference on Nov 13 – 15, 2008, Vancouver, Canada with the theme:

“Aging Citizens, Evolving Practices”


The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) and the International Guardianship Network (IGN) invites submissions for papers and workshops to be presented at the Annual Canadian Conference on Elder Law / International Guardianship Network Conference, to be held November 13th - 15th, 2008. This joint international conference welcomes participants from around the world to participate and present at this unique event.

The theme of this year’s conference is “International Guardianship: Aging Citizens, Evolving Practices”. This year’s themed programming will focus on issues of capacity, capability, support, public/private guardianship, monitoring, accreditation, inter-jurisdictional recognition, mobility, standards and law reform.

While the theme of this conference is international guardianship, this call for papers embraces a broad variety of socio-legal topics on law and aging that do not specifically deal with guardianship issues.  The focus of this conference is law, but interdisciplinary abstracts are welcome for its workshops, panels or symposia. Written materials for all presentations are required for electronic submission by October 1st, 2008 to:

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