Registrations open for the Eurodad International Conference
Registrations are open for the Eurodad International Conference this June in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year’s event is co-hosted with Ekvilib Institute and supported by SLOGA platform, Focus and EnaBanda.
Asking whether development finance in the 21st century can lead to economic justice for all, the conference will bring together leading academics, practitioners and civil society experts on 3-4 June to analyse the current situation and discuss how we can transform the system to create the change we need.
Confirmed speakers include UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights Philip Alston, who will appear via video link from New York, the director of Columbia University’s Global Social Justice Program Isabel Ortiz and policy and advocacy expert Tetet Lauron. More speakers will be confirmed soon.
Tickets are now on sale until 30 April, with early-bird discounts available for all who register before 15 April.
For more information, and to view the complete list of confirmed speakers, visit conference2019.slovenia.eurodad.org