World Congress of NGOs, Ethics and Global Peace: NGO Perspectives (WCNGOs 2007)
Venue: Delta Chelsea Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 08, 2007||End Date/Time: Nov 11, 2007|
|Registration Date: Oct 22, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 31, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Sep 01, 2007|
NGOs have impacted lives and societies worldwide. With increased importance comes increased responsibility and accountability. More than ever before, nonprofit organizations are being called to operate transparently, and adhere to the highest code of ethical conduct of living in service to others. The Congress will explore the new NGO ethics paradigm, along with ethical challenges faced in the developing world.
Additionally, the World Congress of NGOs will be a unique crossroads for representatives of nonprofits, universities, governmental and intergovernmental agencies, funding bodies, among others, to share innovative ideas and practices, make relationships, and build strategic partnerships.
Everyone attending the Congress is required to complete an official registration form available online. As space is limited, you are strongly encouraged to pre-register for the conference as soon as possible.
Reduced rates are available for WANGO members and for those registering by August 31. To be confirmed for the conference, all participants must complete the registration form and pay the registration fee by October 22, 2007. More details are on the Congress website, www.wango.org/congress/registration.aspx.
Special rates are available for participants at the conference hotel, the Delta Chelsea. Each participant is responsible for reserving and paying for their own hotel accommodations for the duration of their stay in Toronto. To make reservations, one can use the secure online form for the Delta Chelsea at http://www.deltachelsea.com/ngo.
Air & Ground Travel
Congress participants are responsible for their own air and ground transportation arrangements and expenses. The Toronto Pearson International Airport is approx. 30 minutes by car (non-rush hour) to the conference hotel.