Practical information

The Conference

Registration
Programme
Student Conference
Workshops

Registration

To register, click here.

Several options are available :

  • The three days of the conference
  • The student conference
  • The workshops
  • The networking cocktail
    (not included in the conference rate)

 Full-time students, retirees, and full-time employees of non-profit organizations, can take advantage of a reduced rate.

Students whose presentation has been accepted by the conference’s Scientific Committee do not have to pay to assist to the student conference.

Student Conference

The first day of the conference will take the form of a multidisciplinary student conference, and will highlight the work of students researchers who are writing their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation on topics related to the conference theme, including

  • Discrimination in employment; 
  • Violence in the workplace; 
  • Marginalized groups’ paths to and in employment; 
  • Public policies implemented to prevent or combat employment discrimination; 
  • Employer initiatives implemented to make the workplace more inclusive;
  • Employability issues that affect members of discriminated groups; 
  • Issues related to the creation of a more inclusive organizational culture; 
  • the role played by unions in achieving greater equality in the workplace;
  • Any other subject related to the conference theme.

Proposals can be submitted until 16 November 2019.

Consult the call for papers

Workshops

To come

How to get there?

The Quebec City campus of the École nationale d’administration publique is located in the St-Roch district in the heart of downtown.

Public transport

The university is easily accessible by public transportation. Visit the Réseau de transport de la Capitale’s website to plan your trips: www.rtcquebec.ca

Visit Quebec City

Quebec City celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2008. Its long history is particularly visible in the Vieux Québec, with its cobble-stone streets and distinctively European architecture. Considered the cradle of the French civilization in North America, the “Old Capital” is a renowned tourist destination, with many museums, cultural institutions, fine dining establishments, and events and exhibitions, that take place in the city throughout the year. Its famous fortifications have made it a UNESCO world heritage site.

We invite you to contact Quebec City Tourism to find out more about all its attractions: www.quebec-cite.com

The Office also offers a very useful virtual tourist guide!

Connecting to a Wi-Fi network

Quebec City offers many free Wi-Fi access points. 

Access the interactive map of ITS ZAP network

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