The theme of 2021 NLPA’s conference is focused on moving forward optimistically and addressing the different challenges Latinx populations face, particularly around social justice issues, and initiating policies that address those challenges. Presentations on the array of issues, interventions, immigration, and effects of various policies are encouraged through symposia, workshops, poster sessions, and round table discussion groups. Leadership development, trainings, and sessions focused on providing services to multicultural, multiracial, and multilingual Latinx groups are also encouraged.
Deadline for the receipt of proposals is 11:59 pm EST, August 2 2021.
All presenting authors must register for the conference and pay their applicable registration fees by June 1, 2021.
Guidelines for Preparing Program Submissions
NLPA seeks to create, maintain, and promote an inclusive and welcoming environment. Program proposals must observe APA's inclusive, non-discriminatory style (please refer to APA's Publication Manual, 7TH Edition). Please note that presentation authors need not be members of NLPA.
To submit a proposal, please login to this site and follow the online instructions. If you have questions about your proposal or about your submission, please feel free to contact email@example.com
Please have all required information available before logging on and have all first authors create an account before submitting proposals. Allow approximately 30 minutes to complete the proposal online; you may edit or add to your proposal at any time up until August 2, 2021.
If you are submitting a proposal for a symposium or workshop, it is strongly recommended that just one person enter all abstracts. Be sure to have all information, including complete and up to date contact information (including email addresses) and a curriculum vitae for each presenting author. All of the curriculum vitae will need to be submitted as one file.
Continuing Education (CE) Program: We will review all accepted symposia and workshop proposals for CE eligibility. Symposia and workshop proposals without full documentation will not be considered for the CE program.