Welcome to Tomorrow People Organization

Welcome to Tomorrow People Organization dedicated to promoting leadership values, education and social responsibility. Our activities include: Academic Conferences, Study Abroad Programs and Volunteering Programs in 4 different continents.

 

Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Conference 2014, 1-3 March 2014, Bangkok, Thailand

“If you want something said, ask a man;
if you want something done, ask a women.”
Margaret Thatcher

Join us at 5th Annual Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Conference that will take place in the beautiful city of Bangkok, Thailand and learn,  share experience and network with some of the most distinguished academics, activist and amazing women from around the world!

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Education and Development Conference 2014: 5th- 7th March 2014, Bangkok, Thailand

“After bread, education.”
G. J. Danton

Join us for our Ninth Annual Education and Development Conference!

This is an innovative and exciting opportunity for individuals interested in education and development. This conference will provide unlimited resources and opportunities to interact with prominent scholars in the field and greatly expand on your existing global network.

EDC 2014 will address the following: The importance of education and its strong correlation with economical, political and democratic development, educational systems around the world, and the role of education in achieving MDGs. And much, much more!

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Poverty Alleviation and Social Protection Conference 2014, 9-11 March 2014, Bangkok, Thailand

“If the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature,
but by our institutions, great is our sin.”

Charles Darwin

This year’s conference will focus on: Rural Development, Poverty Reduction Strategies and Social Policy.

The topic of this Conference is inspired by unequal distribution of resources that causes poverty and vulnerability of people. Poor people are especially vulnerable, they have few buffers or resources to cope with hazards or shocks. Yet they are significantly more likely to be affected by ill-health, unemployment, trade shocks, climate change, famine or conflict. Sustainable poverty reduction can only be achieved and managed effectively if vulnerability is better understood.

This Conference aims to identify and develop responses to vulnerability that gives greater agency and voice to the vulnerable and the poor, and engages policymakers and practitioners.

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