IMU Humanitarian Conference is a bi-annual conference organised by IMU Cares. It is one of the most remarkable events that bring together organisations in humanitarian field from various sectors including governmental, non-governmental, corporate foundations, tertiary education institutions, locally and globally under one roof, thereby serving as the platform for an open and wide-ranging audience to discuss various humanitarian issues.
This year, the two-day conference themed ‘’Restoring Humanity: The Whole Society Approach in the Pandemic Era’’ aimed to gain knowledge about new focus and developments in humanitarian missions especially in the post-pandemic era, recognise, discuss, and learn about humanitarian work experiences and challenges of others, as well as promote and enhance the spirit of volunteerism to meet humanitarian needs.
We are excited to host over 350 local and international participants, both physically at IMU Bukit Jalil Campus as well as virtually.
The conference is in line with IMU’s vision as an innovative global center of excellence in learning and research that are committed to serving the society, and IMU Cares commitment to become a university that grows towards a sustainable community development, which our focus areas are aligned with United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG).
The conference covers the following topics:
1. Building Resilience
2. The Science of Humanitarian Missions
3. Invest in Humanity
4. Supporting Mental Health Needs
6. Gender-Based Health Issues
7. Digital Technology and Fighting Misinformation
8. Young Humanitarian Forum
Over 10 booths of information and activities by local and international humanitarian organisations to be showcased physically at the conference. This will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to explore and learn about various humanitarian organisations, provide opportunities to engage through mini activities and volunteering opportunities, as well as fundraising through selling of merchandises.
This hybrid conference hosted by International Medical University, Malaysia (IMU) is designed for key experts in humanitarian field, activists, government agencies, non-governmental organisations, companies and corporate foundations, academicians, students and members of the public who are interested and engaged with humanitarian work.
We invite submission of abstracts for oral and poster presentation during the conference. Only abstracts related to humanitarian field will be accepted and reviewed.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:
|15 Apr 2022|||||Early bird registration|
|7 May 2022|||||Submission of abstract|