Call for Proposals for Presentations! Deadline 16 September 2022

We are now accepting proposals for oral presentations, poster presentations, and 3-minute thesis presentations for the IJOH 2023 conference. The conference is open to all disciplines and knowledge systems that target preventing and ending homelessness. As a global conference, presenters will want to tie their experience and research to larger debates and global expressions of homelessness research and experience. Please note that abstracts must be submitted and presented in English — the primary working language of the conference. 

The deadline to submit your abstract is 16 September, 2022. Anticipate a notification regarding your results by 31 October, 2022.   If you have questions regarding the abstract submission process, please contact the IJOH Managing Editor, Dr. Abe Oudshoorn, via email at

Find the full guidelines and complete your abstract submission here (follow the blue arrows in the bottom righthand corner of the page):

Save the Date!

We are thrilled to announce the first conference of the International Journal on Homelessness, to be held the week of March 20-24, 2023 at DePaul University in Chicago. Please save the date!

The conference provides a platform for global and inclusive knowledge exchange on preventing, reducing, and ending homelessness. The conference will convene up to 400 people representing many perspectives on addressing homelessness, from people with lived experience to practitioners to policy makers and researchers. Hybrid attendance options will also be available.

The conference will feature keynote speakers, panels, presentations and discussion forums, as well as local program site visits and movie screenings.

Please visit this site often for up-to-date information on calls for presentations and posters, registration information, travel and hotel accommodation, scholarships, and more.


IJOH is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal focused on promoting and advancing scholarly communications and academic discourse among all sectors regarding preventing and ending homelessness locally and globally. Learn more about IJOH here:

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