Call for abstracts


Starting March 20, 2022, we will be accepting submissions for posters and presentations for the Montréal conference. Two types of submissions will be considered: research presentation and professional policy, plans, or practice presentations. Both will be peer reviewed.


When submitting, abstracts should include:

·       Presentation title

·       Type of presentation (oral presentation or poster)

·       The name of the presenting author

·       The name of all other authors

·       Abstract (250–350 words maximum)


Research abstracts should be 250-350 words long and include context, objectives, methods results and conclusions.


For professional policy presentations, abstracts should be 250-350 words long and include issue, objectives, [expected] outcomes and policy implications.


To help us regroup content into relevant sessions, please specify one of these topic areas when submitting your abstract on this website.


·       Gender inequalities in use of time;

·       Sociodemographics of time allocation;

·       Work, health, safety and labour relations policies;

·       Telework and relationships with time allocation;

·       Digitisation, information technology and impacts on allocation of time;

·       Perceptions on time use, free time and time crunch;

·       Time use and public services;

·       Time use policy evaluation at the local level;

·       Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and time use policies;

·       Time use and its links to energy consumption and energy transition;

·       Time use research methodologies;

·       Time use surveys design and implementation;

·       Time use for program or public policy evaluation;

·       Any other issues related to how groups of individuals conceive, manage and use their time.


If your abstract does not fit under any of these topics, please submit it under “Any other issues…” category.


Final deadline:


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