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Events

The Network and individual RDCs offer many learning and training opportunities to researchers, students and the greater public across Canada. Annually, the Network holds a large conference where the most recent research results on a specific topic are presented. Several RDCs also organize workshops and training sessions as well as symposiums and luncheons.

In addition to information about current and past CRDCN activities, this section lists relevant events organized by compatible organizations.

Featured Event

CRDCN 2015 National Conference

Research and Public Policy:
Health, Economic and Social Perspectives

Videos and Powerpoint presentations now available.

Other Conferences and Seminars News

Advancing Food Insecurity Research in Canada : Call for Abstracts

On November 17 & 18, the Food Insecurity Policy Research group (PROOF) is hosting a conference to further understand the causes and consequences of food insecurity in Canada, and support the translation of food insecurity research into policy and practice. The dealine to submit an abstract for an oral or a poster presentation is July 15, 2016. All details about the conference and submission guidelines are available here.

27 May 2016 - 1:52pm |

Policymaking in the Digital Age : Conference

On March 31 and April 1, Canada 2020, in partnership with Publivate, is hosting a 2-day public forum in Ottawa about open dialogue, open government and the future of policy making in the 21st century. For more details and to register, click here.

24 February 2016 - 11:27am |

Call for Papers

On April 14 2016, the QICSS will hold the 9th edition of its New Researchers Conference at the University of Montreal. Graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and recent graduates conducting (or having conducted) research at the QICSS are invited to submit proposals highlighting the paramount importance and value of research using detailed microdata to better understand current socioeconomic and health related challenges. The deadline to submit a proposal is February 21, 2016. All details are available here.

4 February 2016 - 2:00pm |