Registration Categories and Fees

Early Bird Rates End On September 2, 2024 (GMT-4)

Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. Register early to take advantage of “Early Bird” discounts!

Forum Registration Fees scale based on the budget of your organization. The budget of the organization I work for is:
In Person (in Bangkok, Thailand) Early Bird Regular Rate
Regular Rate 900 USD 900 USD
AWID Members 400 USD 500 USD
Non AWID Members 550 USD 650 USD
Young People (ages 14-25) 250 USD 350 USD
Virtual Forum Registration (online participation only) Regular Rate
Regular Rate 50 USD
Group Registration allows you to pay for 2 or more registrations at the same time.
How it works: Click on “Go to Group Registration” then select the number and types of registrations you would like. Pay for the registrations, via Credit Card or Wire Transfer.
Once registration is paid for and confirmed, AWID will email you a Registration Link plus a Code for each participant. If you are registering 10 people, you will receive 10 codes. Send the link and codes to the participants you would like to register. The link will take them to a special registration page where they can fill in their personal details to complete their registration.
Note: There are no discounts for group registrations.

Launching on 24th June 2024 6AM GMT-4 Time

Volunteer work - 15th AWID International Forum

AWID is seeking qualified applicants to serve as Volunteers during the 15th AWID International Forum. The Forum will be held on 2-5 December at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) in Bangkok, Thailand.
Volunteers will be required to work half a day for alternate days during the Forum. In exchange, volunteers will be entitled to a reduced Forum registration fee of $150 US. All other costs including accommodation, airfare, visa and incidental expenses associated with participation in the Forum are the responsibility of the volunteer.
Volunteer assignments will be based on the needs of the Forum. The majority of volunteer tasks involve informal interpretation or translation to/from English and Arabic, French, Spanish, Thai and Sign Language (ASL/ISL) in various participants' touch points. Trilingual speakers will be given priority. We will also give priority to people that have worked in the disability justice spaces, most especially in events, convenings and conferences. We also have special volunteer positions available for videographers and/or photographers.
Volunteers must agree to participate in pre-forum orientation sessions. We regret that people unable to attend this orientation will not be able to participate in this program.
Application form coming in June