Conference for Global Transformation

Posters


Submissions close March 1, 2019.

We invite proposals for posters that address any aspect of the conference theme as expressed in the Call for Papers and Other Contributions or any other aspect of formulating and implementing a commitment for the world. Presenting a poster in the All-Conference Poster Session is an opportunity to display whatever you are at work on and is a great way to talk about things you have learned, issues you are encountering or ideas you have. Posters are a way to begin to experiment with conversations that turn into Breakout Sessions and Journal Papers in the future. Presenting a poster gives you the opportunity, in a committed environment, to:

1 Generate and develop your contribution for global transformation, in the listening of people who are interested in what you are up to in the world.
2 Put your commitment into a tangible demonstration so other people can see it, talk about it, and learn from it.
3 Be in action, learn from feedback, and be enriched by developing and sharing ideas for global transformation in interactions with like-minded people.
4 Discover that your contribution to global transformation is also a contribution to other people who are fulfilling their commitments to the genesis of a new realm of possibility for the world’s people.

Eligibility and Guidelines

Anyone who attends the Conference for Global Transformation as a registered participant is eligible to present a poster. Poster presenters are expected to register before April 1, 2019, and are required to accept and abide by the agreements listed on the worksheet and application form.

Worksheet. Download a worksheet to prepare your proposal before you submit it online. The worksheet has all the fields from the online form as well as guidelines and examples. We suggest using it so you have all the information you need ready to paste or enter into the online submission form.

Acceptance. You will be advised whether your poster is accepted by March 15, 2019.

Support. A team member will communicate with you to finalize your proposal.