Invitation to the 2013 Global Conference & Meeting and
Capacity Building Training Workshops in Sustainable Development.
2013 Global Conference and Meeting on sustainable economy and society
Dates: - Seattle, United States
2013 Capacity Building Training Workshops in Sustainable Development
Dates: - Seattle, United States
The following invitation letter has been sent to you since March 8, 2013, we haven't heard your response since then. Please, let us know as soon as possible if you will attend the upcoming conference and workshops at Seattle (USA)
We are therefore delighted to invite you to the 2013 Global Conference & Meeting and Capacity Building Training Workshops in Sustainable Development that will be held in Seattle, United States on the following dates:
- 2013 Global Conference and Meeting on sustainable economy and society: .
- 2013 Capacity Building Training Workshops in Sustainable Development: .
The Global Conference and Meeting on sustainable economy and society:
A range of challenges from volatile oil and food prices, financial, economic and debt crises to climate change are threatening global efforts to achieve development that is sustainable, or that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. These multi-dimensional challenges do not have purely economic solutions, nor purely social or environmental ones. They require integrated solutions that combine economic, social and environmental elements.
An increasing number of nations, communities, academic institutions and businesses are committed to the overall idea of environmental, economic, and social sustainability. Making a swift and equitable transition to a sustainable economy and society will require a major shift in how we think about our economy and its proper role in society and a series of well thought out steps for transforming the governance, structure, and activities of public and private institutions.
To facilitate an exchange of opinions, ideas and experiences, the Charitas Fund (Global Network for Sustainable Development) is pleased to offer the opportunity to share the most updated information related to this issue, through this international gathering:
The conference programme is dedicated to the current situation and offers an open international forum for the discussion of this topic. The aim is to establish new design perspectives and actions through dialogue with representatives from civil society, politics, economics, science, individuals amongst others. The Conference will also engage participants in sharing experiences and articulating perspectives on how to enhance their activities in the financing of their various projects, especially the NGOs/CBOs including round table panel discussions and break-out sessions, interactive dialogue, workshops, caucuses and other activities.
The objective of this conference is to bring together leaders, senior decision makers, policy leaders, leading executives and social innovators amongst others to initiate and develop a manifesto, platform and roadmap for sustainable economy and society development.
The Conference Agenda will cover the following areas:
(1) Sustainable Economy and Human Development - SEHD
(2) Social Economy and Humanities - SEH
(3) Human Rights and Good Governance - HRGG
(4) Sustainable Development – SD
The Capacity Building Training Workshops:
Furthermore in order to strengthen nonprofits capacity building and to enhance sustainability and maximize impact, we will offer accessible, cost-effective training and education for development actors. The program helps you learn through case studies, exercises, and group discussions, providing a complete learning environment. You will learn from, and share experiences with, practitioners working in the field around the world. This program gives experienced practitioners a fresh perspective and provide novices and volunteers the training they need to be successful working in the field of development.
More than 20 topics will be covered during the workshops including: Microfinance and the Role of Women, Local Communities and Climate Change Mitigation Strategies, Social Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development, Financial Management, Fundraising Techniques.
A complete course detail and description can be found on the program webpage at :
Participants and target groups for the International Events:
Governments and international organizations, Civil Society, the business public and private sectors, academics institutions and private Individuals amongst others.
Hundreds of project directors, community leaders, grassroots activists, funders, students, volunteers, and field workers from community-based organizations to large intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations are participating in our wide array of international events.
Financial support acknowledgment and sponsorship:
It is acknowledged that the Charitas Fund receives financial support from private philanthropists, foundations, banks, and international non-governmental organizations for the participation of delegates from middle and low income countries (World Bank classification). As a result, we will provide sponsorship for up to five (05) International delegates from selected organizations and individuals in low and middle income countries. However each delegate is required to pay a registration fee.
The sponsorship package covers accommodation, travel, access to all events' sessions, exhibition, per diem, meals and refreshment during the events' sessions and a delegate bag with documentation. The sponsorship package excludes all other personal demands including medical expenses and recreation after the events. The Charitas Fund International Center will assist delegates to acquire Entry Visas and/or any other traveling documents where applicable.
Registration for the 2013 Global Conference & Meeting and Capacity Building Training Workshops is opened. Request for registration guidelines and registration form should be strictly directed to: secretariat%charitasfund.org@localhost
Due to time constraints, interested participants are urged to confirm attendance beforehand. While we anticipate your response at your earliest convenience, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
2013 International Events Organizing Committee
Charitas Fund (Global Network for Sustainable Development)
1700 7th Avenue,
Seattle WA 98101-1397,
T. +1 206 339 9177
F. +1 206 339 7081