Event Date : 2019-03-09 - 2019-03-11

Submission Deadline : 2019-02-10

Venue : AETAS Lumpini hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

Website : http://www.pspconference.org

Poverty and Social Protraction Conference, Focuses of burning issues related to poverty, discrimination, public policy, access to education and healthcare, economic development, social work and protection of marginalized and discriminated groups.

We cordially invite you to join us aboard this highly exciting and challenging international event. The conference will gather carefully selected delegates from academic, governmental, corporate and non for profit realms, coming from over 40 countries worldwide.  Both cultural and professional diversity of PSPC delegates will ensure to maximize learning and networking experience, while raising the cultural awareness.

The conference welcomes submissions of proposals for presentation and publication in the official PSPC 2018 ISBN conference proceedings. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling admission basis, as long as space is available, or by February 1st 2019 at latest. Due to limited space in the venue and highly competitive admission process, we strongly encourage early applications in order to secure a spot in the conference.

Conference themes include but are not limited to:

Agriculture

Child labor

Children and youth

Culture

Disability

Disadvantaged groups 

Economic development

Education

Empowerment strategies

Ethnic studies

Food production and safety

Gender issues

Labor market policies

Literacy

Micro-finance 

Minorities

Pension Reforms 

Poverty 

Poverty growth and inequality 

Poverty reduction strategies 

Poverty monitoring 

Poverty and social Impacts 

Poverty and culture 

Poverty and education 

Poverty measurement and analysis 

Public health 

Race and ethnicity 

Rural development

Rural education

Social capital

Social inclusion

Social policies

Social risk management

Special and inclusive education

Sustainable development

Vocational education

Water supply

Other areas related to poverty, development and social issues

Organized by : Tomorrow People Organization