Cairngorms National Park Authority – Invitation to tender – ExpiredMay 25, 2023
AHI Engaging People Awards 2023Shortlist announcedJune 13, 2023
CALL FOR PAPERS
The challenges of today’s world lead us to look beyond our usual drive to provoke, relate and reveal - and to focus on people, communities and their environment. This year we will be exploring how heritage interpretation adds value to the key issues of our times - biodiversity, environmental sustainability, social inclusion and urban regeneration.
To complement our invited speakers, we’d love to hear about your activities and ideas that tackle a social, wellbeing or environmental problem in a novel way. For a balanced programme, we aim to represent a wide range of story-telling contexts and purposes.
Presentations can be up to 25 minutes long. Presenters must be prepared to take questions on their presentations – this may be at the end of their presentation or as part of a plenary Q&A session. Workshops can be up to 55 minutes long and should involve participants. There may be the opportunity for presentations followed by facilitated discussion. If you wish to present in this form please indicate a time requirement.
Abstracts, 500 word maximum, should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Your name, address, job title and contact details
- A provisional title for your presentation
- A clear explanation of what problem the initiative you describe aims to address and the role that interpretation plays within this initiative.
- An indication of how your presentation/workshop will provide delegates with practical examples, tips and insights to take away and work with in their own organisations.
- Any limits to your availability during conference hours on Wednesday 11th or Friday 13th October
We look forward to receiving your abstracts of papers by 30th June 2023.