ILGA Asia Regional Conference 2017: registration is open!

ILGA Asia would like to welcome all the LGBTIQ activists, experts and scholars working on SOGIESC issues and all other allies to the 7th Asia Regional Conference from 4-8 December 2017.

This time, the conference will take place in Phnom Penh, the capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia. Venue of the conference will be announced at a later date. This conference is hosted by Rainbow Community of Kampuchea (RoCK).

Registration: To participate in the conference, you have to register here. Deadline for registration is 29 September 2017.

Scholarship application: If you are looking for scholarship to attend the conference, please use this form instead. Deadline for submission is 23 July 2017. Priority will be given to ILGA members and approved speakers / presenters. Scholarships are also provided on availability, so applicants seeking for partial scholarships are more likely to be selected.

Session proposal: If you or your oraganisation is interested in having a session at the conference, you can apply here. Deadline for submission is 23 July 2017.

Please note that the payment system is not open yet. You will receive an email from us with instruction to proceed with the payment when it is ready.

To inquire about your voting rights, write to [email protected].

To become an ILGA member, see membership details on ILGA website.

Here are some of the important deadlines:

22 June 2017: opening of conference registrations and launch of call scholarship applications and workshop proposals
23 July 2017: deadline for applications for scholarships and for workshop proposals
14 August 2017: ILGA Asia contacts selected scholars and initiates travel arrangement
27 October 2017: final draft of Conference Programme
10 November 2017: final agenda released
4 December 2017: pre-conference begins
6 December 2017: conference begins
8 December 2017: conference ends

For other information, please contact us at [email protected].


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