ASfAR Conference 2020 Wellington NZ

ASfAR is pleased to announce that ASfAR 2020 is to be held online on December 10th and 11th, hosted by Autism New Zealand and Victoria University.

*** PLEASE NOTE – Due to COVID19 restrictions the Conference will be ONLINE ONLY *** 

CALL FOR ASFAR 2020 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – deadline 20th July 2020

Reviewer Expressions of Interest

We are also asking for expressions of interest to assist with abstract review; to express interest as a reviewer please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LDG5G9J

For more information contact – Larah van der Meer: research@autismnz.org.nz

CALL FOR ASFAR 2020 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – deadline 20th July 2020

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Autism and Intersectionality Webinar Series

ASfAR Institute 2020:

Intersectionality is a framework for understanding how aspects of the identity of a person or group of people may combine to create discrimination, disadvantage or prejudice. This webinar series will explore the research and knowledge around autism and its intersection with personal, social and cultural systems or factors.

This webinar series takes place via Zoom on Wednesdays across August and September 2020.

The live sessions of the ASfAR 2020 Institute are free for ASfAR members to attend but preregistration is required. Where possible, sessions will be recorded and available following the series to current ASfAR Members as a benefit of society membership.

To join ASfAR, please see our membership levels here

Please register separately for each webinar you wish to attend using each link in the schedule below so you can be emailed a personal link to join the Zoom. Registrations closes at 4pm the day before the webinar. Any queries email Dawn.Adams@Griffith.edu.au

Date and time Presenter(s) Topic Link to register
August 12th

1-2pm (AEST)

Jac den Houting Overview of Autism and Intersectionality https://bit.ly/3jze55k
August 19th

1-2pm (AEST)

Ifrah Abdullahi and Josie Barbaro Autism and cultural diversity https://bit.ly/31BjjW4
August 26th

1-2pm (AEST)

Mark Stokes Autism and sexuality https://bit.ly/33OIabJ
September 16th   1-2pm  (AEST) Liz Pellicano, Rose Lilley and Mikala Sedgwick Autism and First Nations https://bit.ly/3fOsgR9
September 23rd   1-2pm (AEST) Lauren Lawson Autism and gender https://bit.ly/2PMkRY1
September 30th  1-2pm (AEST) Mandy Richdale Autism and age https://bit.ly/31GVcFM
October 7th

1-2pm (AEDT)

Beth Radulski From Autistic Masking to Neurodiversity Pride:

Race, Gender, SES and the Intersectionality of ‘Coming Out’

https://bit.ly/31G7kql
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INSAR 2020 Virtual

Keynote Webinars with Q&A – Recordings Now Available!

Live Keynote Webinars with Q&As: 
Wednesday, June 3, 2020

All Abstracts from INSAR 2020 will be available online from June 3.
Instructions are being sent to all presenters with accepted posters, oral sessions and panel presentations.

Find more information on INSAR Virtual Content here

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Expressions of Interest Open for hosting State-based or National ASfAR conferences

State-based Conference 2019

Expressions of Interest are now open for hosting 2019 State-based Australasian Society for Autism Research Conferences. A maximum of two meetings will be supported in a given year (with up to $2500 in funds provided by ASfAR subject to approval from the Executive Committee). Where there are several EOIs in a given year, priority will be given to: (1) strong institutional support, (2) ability to host a keynote speaker (national or international), and (3) conference facilities.

For further information, please see the EOI Form (click to open). EOIs are due September 16, 2019. 

National Conference 2020

Expressions of Interest are now open for the 2020 Biennial Australasian Society for Autism Research Conference. Where there are several EOIs in a given year, priority will be given to: (1) strong institutional support, (2) ability to host a keynote speaker (national or international), and (3) conference facilities.

For further information, please see the EOI Form (click to open). EOIs are due October 31, 2019. 

Questions

If you have any questions please contact
ASfAR President, Associate Professor Mark Stokes, School of Psychology, Deakin University;
mark.stokes@deakin.edu.au; or
ASfAR Vice President Professor Cheryl Dissanayake,
Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, La Trobe University;
c.dissanayake@latrobe.edu.au

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