2019 10th GAJE Worldwide Conference & Training of Trainers

December 4 – 10, 2019 – Indonesia

About the 2019 Conference

GAJE’s 10th Worldwide Conference will take place in
Bandung, Indonesia from 4 – 10 December 2019.

The conference will be hosted by Pasundan University, consisting of two parts:

  1. a General Conference with plenaries and concurrent sessions on various themes and topics (4-8 December 2019) and
  2. a Training-of-Trainers (TOT) workshop on practical aspects for implementing justice education, including clinical teaching methods (9-10 December 2019).

Further information about the conference, including a call for proposals, registration, and other event details can be found below with updates throughout 2019.


Find out more about Bandung, accommodation, local transport, visa requirements, the law department and justice education from the local organizing committee team.  read more >>>>

Conference Presentations

Presentations and proposal application submission must be related to the conference theme “The Inspiration and Diversity of Justice Education”. There are 14 streams that connect to this main theme, each presentation must fall under one of these streams.  Only the “lead presenter” needs to submit an application. The application will ask to include the names and emails of all c0-presenters. Deadline for applications is 1 June 2019.

TOT Workshop

The Train the Trainers “TOT” will be held on December 9-10, 2019.  The 2-day TOT program is designed to provide an opportunity for teachers to enhance their skills and to be exposed to a range of teaching methods and tools.  This year, the TOT will have two tracks: 1) Implementing Justice Education in Diverse Contexts, or 2) Street Law. Participants will be asked to select one of the two tracks at the time of registration. Because registration for the TOT is limited, participants who register are required to attend both days.

Conference Organizing Contacts

GAJE’s 10th Worldwide Conference will see up to 500 delegates come together in Bandung, Indonesia in December 2019. Helping to organize and facilitate the many aspects of the conference, a number of persons have volunteered to be on the Conference Planning Committee (CPC), Local Organizing Committee (LOC), Fee Reduction/Waiver & Travel Grant Committee (WTG), Training of Trainers Committee (TOT). The following persons have volunteered to help answer questions that you may have in a particular area. Please reach out to them, if you cannot find the information online. 

Bruce Lasky

Conference Organizing Committee Representative

Leni Mulyani

Local Organising Committee Representative

Anna Cody

Fee Reduction/Waiver & Travel Grant Representative

Lisa Bliss

Training of Trainers Committee Representative

Register Here

GAJE’s 10th worldwide conference will take place in Bandung, Indonesia from the 4th through the 10th of December 2019 hosted by the Pasundan University.  The conference will consist of two parts: a General Conference with plenaries and concurrent sessions on various themes and topics (4-8 December) and a Training-of-Trainers (TOT) workshop on practical aspects for implementing justice education, including clinical teaching methods (9-10 December).

Registration is open. Please note, registration is only confirmed when you have made payment and/or have applied the approved waiver code at the time of registration. 

Conference Participation Application

Applications for Conference Session Participation is now open. Please click on the below button to access details about the session streams and application form. 

Proposals for General Conference sessions should indicate on the submission form which stream or streams the proposal relates to. Session proposals are reviewed by GAJE’s Program Committee, which will apply the criteria listed below:  

  1. The proposal must adhere to the general theme of the conference and demonstrate the inspiration and diversification of Justice Education.
  2. The proposal must fit within one or more of the streams listed above, and you should be clear which stream it fits within. If possible, indicate the primary stream for your proposal.
  3. Where there is more than one presenter, GAJE requires that a “Lead Presenter” submit the Proposal Submission Form. That person, unless changed, becomes the point of contact for the presentation throughout the stage of proposal review, decision, scheduling, and questions and logistical information for the conference.  Accepted proposals are assigned to Stream Coordinators who work with Lead Presenters on time allocation and possible merger or joinder or proposals on similar themes within conference time slots. 
  4. NOTE: In order to avoid scheduling conflicts, individuals may not be listed as presenters on more than two proposals (either lead or otherwise).

The proposal submission form asks for the title of the presentation, contact information for all presenters, a summary of 500 words or less, and a short statement of relevance to one more conference streams.  The form also asks a number of questions that reflect the criteria for selection: the presentation’s objectives, how interactive methods will be used, presenters’ past GAJE conference participation, time requested, and presenters’ CV or resume.  Geographic diversity among presenters is also an important criterion in proposal review.  In the past, presenters have successfully solicited international partners to collaborate in their presentations before submission by using the GAJE listserv.

Fee Reductions/Waivers, Travel & Accommodation Grants




Applications for a conference fee waiver is open, however, applications for travel/accommodation grant has closed (deadline was 1 Jun 2019).  The deadline for requesting only fee reductions or fee waivers is 1 August 2019.