Abstract submission to World Anti-Bullying Forum 2021 is now closed.
But if you're Curious about the process, rules, presentation types or keywords - scroll down.
On May 17 all notifications for submitted abstracts were sent out via email. If you did not get your notification, check your spam filter or log in to the abstract portal with the username and password from when submitting your abstract.
Abstract submission and Covid -19
In the light of the continued uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 situation we are planning to host a hybrid (physical and digital) conference in Stockholm 2021. We are closely following the development. The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our topmost priority.
All authors of accepted abstracts will be contacted regarding physical or digital participation.
Presenting authors are requested to create an account and submit an abstract for review according to the guidelines set out below. Please keep the email and password used to create the account for future use. Please do not create a new account.
If you should require any assistance or have a query about online submission, contact us by sending an e-mail.
- The Presenting Author must submit the abstract and is required to be the corresponding author for that abstract
- Abstracts must be submitted in English
- You do not need to register for the Conference prior to submitting an abstract however following acceptance into the program you must register by June 14 2021.
An abstract can be submitted for presentation at the Conference as one of the following categories:
- Oral presentation (Scientific OR Practitioner/policy)
- Poster presentation (Scientific OR Practitioner/policy)
- Workshop (Practitioner/policy)
This year symposium is not one of the presentation categories to choose from, since WABF 2021 will be a hybrid event and the program will consist of both digital and physical delegates and presenters. However, presenters may be put in a session together with others followed by a joint discussion.
At the review stage, the Program Committee may change the presentation type submitted by the author to ensure the continuity of the conference program i.e. oral presentation may be changed to poster presentation OR poster presentation to oral presentation. The presenting author will be informed of any change to their submitted presentation type at the acceptance notification stage. The decision of the program committee is final.
Instructions on the timings and duration of oral presentations and the format and size of posters will be given in the acceptance notification which will be issued in mid May 2020.
Oral presentation – Scientific
Completed or advanced research projects that present theoretical insights and/or practical implications. Each presenter will be provided with a time slot. Note that the presentation may be digital or physical depending on Covid –19 restrictions.
Poster presentation – Scientific
Case studies of research. Accepted posters will be asked to produce a poster for display both at the conference and in the digital forum platform. When producing their poster presenters are asked to take note of guidelines.
Oral presentation – Practitioner/policy
Practice or policy related to tackling bullying. Each presenter will be provided with a time slot. Note that the presentation may be digital or physical depending on Covid –19 restrictions.
Poster presentation – Practitioner/policy
Practice or policy related to tackling bullying. Accepted posters will be asked to produce a poster for display both at the conference and in the digital forum platform. When producing their poster presenters are asked to take note of guidelines.
Workshop – Practitioner/policy
Opportunity for a group of delegates to be engaged in discussion and activity on a particular topic related to tackle bullying. A workshop can feature educational material, policy development, promising practices, applied research or the sharing of experience. Note that the workshop may be digital or physical depending on Covid –19 restrictions.
Please choose a keyword from the list below to best describe your abstract:
- Theoretical perspectives
- Participant roles in bullying
- Bias or identity-based bullying
- Risk or protective factors
- Outcomes of bullying
- Measurement issues
- School bullying
- Preschool and infant school
- Cyberbullying and online safety
- Bullying in sports
- Sibling bullying
- Bullying and other forms of violence
- Bullying prevention
- Reactive strategies
- Children’s rights
- Victim support
- Migration and racism
- Sexual harassment