Upcoming Conferences


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The Boston Speech Motor Control Symposium (BSMCS), USA

(some stuttering research)


              18 June 2021, Boston, MA, USA

              Submissions open 1 April 2021



The 4th International Conference of Logopedics: Fluency Disorders. Theory and Practice.


              June 25-26, 2021, ONLINE conference




The 8th International Conference on Speech Motor Control (SMC) has been cancelled due to COVID. The conference will be postponed until summer 2022.
(Usually some stuttering)


25 - 28 August 2021, Groningen, the Netherlands

Submission deadline for abstracts: 27 February 2021

Groningen, the Netherlands



Society for the Neurobiology of Language
(some stuttering research)


7-9 October, 2021, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia



ASHA Convention, USA

(a good amount of stuttering research)


18–20 November, 2021

Washington, D.C.





The Joint World Congress of the ISA, IFA and ICA

27-30 May 2022

Montreal, CA

*Call for papers and speakers will be open from September 15, 2021 to December 3, 2021 (you will need to resubmit if you had submitted previously).

Joint Stamma/ISA World Congress

24-28 August 2022

University of Liverpool


14th ISA World Congress for People Who Stutter - Stutter ahead & Evolve (Breaking self-limiting behaviors and launching into self development)


19-22 September, 2022

Tel Aviv (not final), Israel (in Hebrew and English)

For further information contact the organization of people who stutter in Israel: このメールアドレスはスパムボットから保護されています。閲覧するにはJavaScriptを有効にする必要があります。



Stuttering: The Fifth Croatia Clinical Symposium


2-5 October 2022

Cavtat, Croatia



Society for the Neurobiology of Language
(some stuttering research)


18-20 October, 2022

Marseille, France



ASHA Convention, USA

(good amount of stuttering research)


17–19 November, 2022

New Orleans, Louisiana



Annual and regular stuttering conferences


For professionals, Annual conferences



ASHA Convention, USA

(good amount of stuttering research)



Society for the Neurobiology of Language
(some stuttering research)



Mostly for professionals



International Fluency Association (IFA) congress, different locations



International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP) congress, different locations



Oxford Dysfluency Conference, Oxford (UK)



International Conference on Stuttering, Rome (Italy)



European Symposium on Fluency Disorders, Antwerp (Belgium)



CPLOL (Committee of Speech and Language Therapists in the EU) Congress, Europe



International Conference on Speech Motor Control (SMC)

(Usually some stuttering research)



Mostly for people who stutter, friends & family and everyone else


International Stuttering Association (ISA) congress, different locations



National associations have held annual conferences for many years. These conferences are for the needs and interests of their members, namely people who stutter and significant others, but SLTs who focus on stuttering also often attend and invited researchers talk about research in treatment outcome and fundamental research:

  1. UK: British Stammering Association (BSA,

  2. Germany: Bundesvereinigung Stottern & Selbsthilfe (BVSS,

  3. USA: Friends: The National Assoc of Young People Who Stutter (
  4. USA: National Stuttering Association (NSA,

  5. Canada: Canadian Stuttering Association (CSA,

  6. France: Association Parole Bégaiement (APB,

Mission & Goals


Our mission is to improve understanding and treatment of fluency disorders by promoting research, supporting researchers and connecting them with all stakeholders.

The actionable goals have been compiled through feedback from different stakeholders and will be periodically reviewed. The committee’s role is to achieve the goals specifically related to IFA activities, and to decide on which other goals that they wish to work towards.

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