Event Phone: 66-2-4414125 ext 400, 401
- Conference Date
October 10, 2016 - October 12, 2016
07:00 - 12:00
Coverage of registration fee (access to all sessions, conference material, lunch and refreshments during scheduled breaks)
For payments made online prior to the conference, please email a copy of the bank-slip or proof of payment to the Finance Officer at email@example.com. Payment proof will also be required at time of registration.
All participants traveling to Thailand, please ensure your passport has atleast six months validity for visa on arrival.
For participants registering as students, copy of student identification card will be required for in-person registration. For graduated students at the time of the conference, date of online registration will be considered for student status.
For Groups Registration, we strongly recommend that you download and accomplish this form.
Conference Check-In (Payment, Attendance and Conference Kit):
Eve of the Conference (9 October 2016): 19:00-21:00
First Day: Opens at 7:00
First Day (October 10): 8:00-18:00 (Full Day)
Second Day (October 11): 8:00-18:00 (Full Day)
Third Day (October 12): 8:00-12:00 (Half Day)
About the Conference
Human rights in Southeast Asia is undergoing a difficult period where advances made in the past decade appear to have eroded away as states and private players act regressively. Examples include the military rule in Thailand, religious extremism in Indonesia, and the steady destruction of civil rights in Malaysia. More recently in the Philippines, a presidential candidate who ran on a patently anti-human rights platform won the majority vote. There are increasing threats to democratic freedoms, the rights of non-citizens, and the livelihood of those economically marginalized in the name of development. The effects of climate change pose a unique challenge to human rights, peace and security not only in the region but also globally. Though many businesses, governments and religious groups discursively embrace human rights, a lot more are actively involved in human rights violations.
In this context, the Fourth International Conference on Human Rights and Peace & Conflict in Southeast Asia is organized to open up space for deep introspection on what ground we have lost; how cyberspace, with social media as its concrete platform, can be harnessed as a medium that speaks truth to power; how to ensure that the rights of peoples affected by climate change are protected, and finally find ways to reclaim the lost ground of human rights and peace that was so hard earned.
Registration is binding. Only cancellations received in writing will be considered. Please contact the Finance Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding cancellations.
Refunding policy: Cancellations received after 15 August are subject to 1500THB processing fee. Refunds will be processed within 30 days after the conference. Refunds will not be granted for cancellations received after 15 September nor will they be given for no-shows.
Venue: The Sukosol Hotel
Venue Phone: +66 2 247 0123
Venue Website: http://www.thesukosol.com/Address:
This upscale hotel with a glass facade and a portico is 1 km from both lively Pratunam Market and the Victory Monument, and 5 km from the renowned nightlife on Khaosan Road. The elegant rooms feature art nouveau style decor and subdued tones, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus safes, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, and some have 24-hour butlers and/or club lounge access. Suites add separate living rooms. Room service is offered 24/7. The hotel is conveniently located next to Phaya Thai BTS station, as well as the new Airport Rail Link to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. More location and transportation information here: http://www.thesukosol.com/location