Proposals may be from individual speakers as well as from groups wishing to co-present or assemble a panel discussion or other innovative format. All sessions will be 50 minutes in length including time for discussion. Speakers may be placed into complementary groups. Participants may deliver their presentation in French or English as simultaneous interpretation will be provided. Suggested topics include: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion; Attracting, Training and Retaining Ombuds Staff; Communications and Outreach; Benchmarking Office Impacts and Results; The Post-Pandemic Ombuds World; and The Canadian Context. The submission deadline is May 7, 2022. (FCO Conf Info.)
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