Wednesday, August 09, 2006

New Calls for Submissions

Call for Submssions for Women, Action & the Media 2007:

Via their website...

WAM!2007 Call for Proposals

Save the date -- WAM!2007 is coming! In fact, we're hiring a Conference Manager (could it be you?), and our Call for Proposals is already here.

Please send us your session proposals and help us spread the word, and in the meantime, save the date: WAM!2007 will be held right here in Cambridge from March 30 - April 1, 2007. Stay tuned -- we'll have keynote announcements very soon.

Imaging Ourselves Project Deadline Extended. From their website...

What Defines Your Generation of Women?

Submit your work for our Online Exhibit! Download the application form below and read our easy steps to submit.

We are looking for submissions from young women in every corner of the globe. If you have a story to tell, images to share, or a voice that wants to be heard, we welcome your submission. We accept film, audio, images and text.

Imagining Ourselves has many submission categories, including a catagory specific to mothers...

Motherhood: A Life-Changing Experience

One of the most life-changing experiences in a woman’s life is that of having and caring for a child. These days women are having children later and some are not having children at all. Family structures around the world are changing, yet mothers are most often the parent who will stay at home with young children. Child birth itself is a risk for many mothers around the world. Did you know that the 530,000 annual deaths that arise from pregnancy and childbirth complications are preventable? Share your stories on motherhood with us, and discuss your ideas on better maternal healthcare worldwide.

Deadline for submissions: February 1, 2007

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1 comment:

Kathryn Robinson said...

Thank you for posting our Call for Submissions on your blog. Without the networking of engaged women like you, the Imagining Ourselves exhibit would not be possible. Again, the Imagining Ourselves team thanks you for helping to spread the word!


Kathryn Robinson