Women's leadership and empowerment 2007, Bangkok

Financial Support
Due to our non for profit nature and very limited funds, we are not able to
provide financial support that would cover Conference fee, accommodation or
travel expenses to any of our participants. However, we encourage
participants to search for funding from outside organizations and we can
provide a letter of support for them.

Applications
On-line applications will be accepted on a rolling admission basis as long
as there is space available. Due to a highly competitive admission process,
we encourage all persons to apply early.

Abstracts/ Papers Submissions
If interested in presenting a paper/ research at the Conference, you can
submit your abstract along with the application form by May 1st 2007. Full
papers are due May 15th 2007 in electronic version and following format:

* A4 size paper
* Single line space, preferably Times New Roman 12 font.
* Abstract of maximum 200 words on first page (under title)
* Total paper length to be maximum of 12,000 words (approximately 24
full pages)
* Short bio-data of writer/s at end of paper.

Acceptance
All submissions (presentation abstracts, outlines, papers, summaries, etc.)
will be reviewed and will serve as the basis for acceptance/rejection.

Admission
Approximately 50 people, including students, scholars, corporate and NGO
representatives will be invited to participate in this highly interesting
and challenging international event. Successful applicants will be notified
within ten days from the day their application has been received.

Agenda
Conference Agenda will be available in May 2007, after the list of
presentations and accepted papers has been finalized.

In solidarity,

Ms. Yuyun Wahyuningrum
Human Rights and Social Development
(International Program) Mahidol University
Thailand, Mobile (66) 87 991 4451

"If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of
the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you
say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality."
(Desmond Tutu)