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PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE IWA/WISA 2017 WORKSHOP PROPOSAL FORM HERE.

 

Send the completed word document to John Riddiford This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Gareth McConkey This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who will let you know if your proposal has been accepted for consideration.

 

Workshop Guidance

Workshops can provide an opportunity to address a wide variety of subject matter, including scientific, technological, managerial, and developmental issues. The workshop format works well for subject areas that are new, complex, rapidly evolving, potentially controversial, interdisciplinary, or in other circumstances in which panel/group discussion better contributes to clarifying and disseminating knowledge, know-how or policy.

There should ideally be a clear output from a workshop – a consensus that can be reported, a new research programme outlined, a best practice agreed, a disagreement resolved (or at least more clearly specified!).

Proposed workshops should align with the conference themes.

 

Workshop formats

There should be a clear distinction between workshops and the scientific-technical sessions. Possible formats include:

- Panel discussions.

- Mixed presentations and interactive workshop

- Roundtable discussions

 

We will consider any other workshop format that facilitates lively and constructive discussion of an issue.

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Important Dates

Early registration and payment
closed on 30 June 2017

Late registration with accommodation at Skukuza
1 August 2017

Speaker registration and payment
18 August 2017

Late registration with own accommodation
15 September 2017

All Papers and Posters are to be received
30 August 2017

Final programme on web
31 August 2017

 

ALL PAYMENTS NEED TO REFLECT IN THE BANK ACCOUNT ON 1 AUGUST 2017.

Keep this in mind when paying with a purchase order.

Contact

 Conference Organiser

Savanna Skills
 
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