Instructions for abstract submission
- Abstracts should be submitted in English.
- The title of the abstract should have maximum 150 characters, including spaces.
- The maximum length of the abstract text is 500 words.
- It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. If the abstract is accepted, any errors in spelling, grammar, or data will be published as entered by the author. Poor English may be a cause for rejection.
- At least one of the authors must be registered for the conference by 1 June 2018 at the latest in order for the presentation to be included in the conference programme.
Begin by going to the online submission system. Once there, create a personal account. You can then add your personal information and contact details and proceed to submit your abstract. You can save your abstract submission as a draft and return to edit it before submission, but once you have submitted your abstract it cannot be edited.
Notification will be sent to authors of abstracts at the end of April, 2018. If your abstract is accepted, you will be asked to submit a full paper by 1 June 2018. Observe that a set of powerpoint slides is not considered to be a full paper.
Please note! Papers presented in the New Housing Researchers Colloquium (NHRC) cannot also be presented in the main conference.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help with abstract submission.
Guidelines for papers
If your abstract has been accepted for a workshop, then you will be expected to submit a full paper for presentation in the workshop. We request that you submit your full paper by 1 June.
Please read the ENHR Guidelines for Authors Preparing Papers for ENHR Conferences before submitting your paper.
For more heavily enrolled workshops, a one-paper-per-registered-participant submission limit may be imposed.
Code of Ethics
All participants should be aware of the Statement on the behaviour of participants of ENHR sponsored activities (Code of Ethics) agreed by the Coordination Committee of the ENHR, as follows:
“The ENHR is an inclusive and democratic organisation that exists to promote research in the area of housing. ENHR strives to bring together people, and accord to them equal respect regardless of their gender, ethnicity, disability, age, opinion, religious or sexual orientation. Consequently behaviour that can be construed as being discriminatory, offensive, predatory or bullying is inconsistent with ENHR’s ethos. Participants at ENHR sponsored activities are reminded that behaviour that respects their colleagues is fundamental to the network’s ethos.”