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GAJE conferences promote the exchange of information and experience among people involved in Justice Education around the world. Having a broadly diverse set of delegates at the conferences is a key goal of every GAJE conference. Accordingly, the budget for this conference includes a limited amount of funds for fee reductions, full fee waivers and for grants to help cover travel and accommodation expenses during the conference. These are and are intended to enable participation of justice educators who are unable to find funding to attend and every effort will be made to use these funds to realize and advance GAJE’s mission.
If you wish to request a fee reduction/waiver and/or a request for a grant, please read the below criteria and procedures before completing the application form.
All applicants must have shown a commitment to GAJE activities or have engaged in other activities consistent with the goals of GAJE.
These criteria apply for the granting of a fee reduction/waiver and/or grant:-
In the interest of furthering GAJE’s mission to exchange information and experiences from people from around the world, the following will also be considered:
Applications must be made on or before 1 June 2019. Applications for only a fee reduction or fee waiver can be made until 1 August 2019.
A Waiver and Grants Committee consisting of at least two members of the GAJE Steering Committee will apply the criteria the below criteria and will have the final say on all fee reduction/waiver and grant requests; however, the committee may seek the guidance of the Chair/s of the Steering Committee concerning the application of the announced criteria if required.
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.
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:
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.
Applications for conference fee waivers and travel grants is now open. Delegates requesting travel and accommodations grants (including those requesting both a fee reduction/waiver and a grant) and those submitting session proposals must apply by 1 June 2019. The deadline for requesting only fee reductions or fee waivers is 1 August 2019.