ICOM-CC is inviting contributions for the 18th Triennial Conference. This two-phase process consists of a call for abstracts of prospective papers, followed by an invitation to submit full papers for publication. However the deadline is fast approaching, abstracts must be submitted by 15 April.
The ICOM-CC Triennial Conference presents an overview of the current state of conservation research and practice. Papers that address the aims and programs of the ICOM-CC Working Groups are encouraged. For information about the Working Groups, please consult the ICOM-CC website.
They encourage anyone with an interesting project working with natural history collections to submit an abstract. Natural history conservation is poorly represented in the wider conservation sector and it is important to maintain a proactive presence. There is a good lead in to write up papers if your abstract is selected.
For further information, please see here.