The conference will be held in Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta. Between the 12th and 13th of September 2012. The Objective is to provide a forum for dialogue among government officials, policy makers, stakeholders, civil society organizations, students, lecturers and media practitioners from the developing countries concerned with emerging challenges the region. The conference aims to revitalize solidarity in facing the issues of human security and its correlations with the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Call for Papers
The organising committee is calling for papers on all categories from students, lecturers, other academia, and the general public. The topics cover various disciplines interested which contribute ideas and knowledge towards the theme of the conference. Presenters and participants are invited to engage with any of the relevant topics which address these issues of security we face.
The conference will discuss many different aspects of human security challenges facing developing countries and their implication for MDGs. Successful as well as unsuccessful stories will be recounted so that other countries can learn from them. It is hoped that this conference will contribute towards achieving the targets of the MDGs and act to reinforce more partnerships and build new forms of cooperation to address the challenges of human security in the developing countries.
Interested persons can download the Application-forms and read more about the conference here on our blog. Completed application forms can be submitted online to the contact persons: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will enjoy the following benefits
Certificates, conference kids, snacks, free bicycle ride around Universitas Gadjah Mada during the course of the conference. Most importantly, participants will gain access to a gate-way of cooperation building and networking between national and international students, university and government officials.
The keynote speech of the conference will be delivered by Prof. Pierre Sane, Former Assistant Director General of UNESCO.
President of ISANAM (KNB)