9APBC Supporters

 
 

Registration

Registration is now open

Please click here to go to the registration page.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the Conference.

Please register now, and get your early bird discount while you still can.
All participants, including volunteers, organisers and speakers must complete the registration.

Make an Impact - Support the Conference to Support the Pro Bono Movement
This Conference is a not-for-profit initiative and is run on a revenue neutral basis. Everyone on the organising committees and groups are unpaid volunteers. So we rely on registration fees and the generosity of individual and corporate sponsors and donors to cover all costs of the Conference. You can support the Conference and the Asia Pro Bono Movement by taking up a sponsorship package or making a donation. Please contact us directly at 2018APBC [at] probono.org.hk, or you can read more information here.
Support Pro Bono Champions to attend with the Inclusion Fund
Hong Kong is an expensive place. So we have established the Inclusion Fund to ensure that regional Pro Bono Champions from different backgrounds can overcome financial challenges or hardship and participate in the Conference. You can make an immediate and direct contribution to these delegates and the Conference’s overall success by making a donation to the Inclusion Fund, which ensures worthy individuals who deserve to attend, can come and participate.
Lend a hand - Volunteering at the Conference
Information about Fee Waivers and Inclusion Fund applications

Quick Links

9APBC Conference Organizing Team

9APBC Conference is organised by a dedicated team of volunteers from Asia and globally with the support of BABSEACLE team. Organizing Committee details coming soon.

9APBC Conference Program Information

The Consortium, its Program Committee, and the 2020 Program Advisory Group is currently putting together the Conference program. The details of the program, speakers and related information will updated in the upcoming months.

9APBC Supporters

 
 

Faces of the Asia Pro Bono Movement