Step 1: Decide on a theme
The overall conference theme is “What about Tomorrow? The Next Steps for Supported
The papers will be organised under 4 sub-themes. For a detailed overview of the sub-themes and
their possible subjects and cross cutting themes, please see the Theme Document. Select the theme
where your abstract fits best. For the review of the abstract, it is of vital importance that the correct
theme is selected:
- Policy making for active citizenships
- Supported Employment in a digital world
- Career development
- Job development
Cross cutting themes
- Customer choice and control
- Improving Supported Employment
Step 2: Decide on a presentation type
Prospective presenters should indicate their presentation preferences in the table below:
The Programme Committee reserves the right to decide on the final allocation and presentation method.
The purpose of the presentation is to present innovative and future oriented approaches to the development of Supported Employment in the Post-Covid era. Prospective presenters should view this as an opportunity to present their contribution to new knowledge, practice, skills, and perspectives on how best to support people to choose, get and keep jobs, including strategies for increasing employers’ inclusion resources.
Presenters should involve the audience to reflect on developments for supporting job seekers and employers to create contexts that accommodate for sustainable jobs and lifelong career development.
Presenters should be prepared to involve conference participants to critically reflect on the workshop contents and suggest the next steps that should be explored within your workshop theme. Participants expect to take new learning back with them from your session.
Call for papers are welcome from a range of actors in the field of Supported Employment and Work Inclusion: Practitioners, managers/leaders, supervisors, researchers, students, people with disabilities, people from disadvantaged situations, employers, policy makers.
The following presentation selection criteria will be applied to all submissions:
- Relevance to the conference themes
- Experience of presenter(s) to convey messages and to involve audiences
- Impact for policy and practice
- Clarity and readability
Abstracts that are solely overviews of projects or organisations will be rejected.
The decision of the selection committee is final.
No submission will be accepted after this date.
PLEASE NOTE ALL ABSTRACTS MUST BE TYPED AND BE PRESENTED IN THE OFFICIAL CONFERENCE LANGUAGE WHICH IS ENGLISH.
Step 3: How to submit
Abstracts must be submitted online by completing the Abstract Submission Form. To assist you with this please download the Call for Abstracts – Selection guidelines.
Create a user profile
- First time user: you must create a user profile online
- You can work online on your abstract, save the data and come back to finish it later.
- Return user: log in using the email address and password you used to create your user
- The receipt of your abstract will be confirmed by email
- If you forget your password, you can reset it by clicking on ‘forgot my password’ and fill in your e-mail address
- Abstracts should be submitted online via the online ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM button on the EUSE2022 website
- Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk (*)
- Select a Theme from the dropdown
- Select a preferred presentation type
- Paste your title into the box provided (max. 200 characters)
- Paste your abstract text into the box provided [max. 300 words)
- Enter 3 to 5 keywords. We recommend you choose from the examples that accompany your chosen theme, but feel free to add your own
- Provide your session synopsis in the box provided (max 500 words)
- Fill in Presenter information
- Use the button ADD PRESENTER to add co-presenters. Carefully check the correct spelling of all names as this will be how names will be published
- You can work online on your abstract, save the data and come back to finish it later
- Submit your abstract
- The receipt of your abstract will be confirmed by e-mail