Sharing scientific knowledge, experience, lessons learned and good practices is in the core aim of the conference. Other focuses of the conference are trengthening existing networks and forming new networks of scientists, practitioners and policymakers towards collective initiatives of benefiting the local people best. Participants will share empirical research and practical solutions for achieving the SDGs at local, national, regional, and global levels. The conference will bring together researchers, especially the young researchers, academics, entrepreneurs, development practitioners, policymakers, postgraduate students, and networks, forums across all sectors including government, academia, international agencies, NGOs, and grassroots organizations. Networks act effectively to create communities engaging scientists, policymakers and practitioners in developing and promoting new development strategies and techniques and innovative governance concepts.


Conference Fees

• International participants: 250 USD

• SAARC participants: 150 USD

• Local participants: 3000 BDT

• Full-Time local students: 1000 BDT

Early Birds, who will register by 20th November 2016, will get 30% waiver from the registration fees. The conference is also open to observers i.e. non-presenters. You may simply register to join us.