Announcing 2014 Conference Dates:
Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th of May

After a successful launch in May last year we are pleased to announce that The Justice Conference Asia will reconvene in 2014 for another info-action packed event. This year’s theme is Embracing Hope.

Over three stimulating days together we will hear from world-class speakers, Asia based practitioners and church leaders, and those contending right in the centre of the most important social justice issues facing our region in this generation. The conference will address such central social justice topics as human trafficking, poverty relief, children at risk, gender abuse and violence, ethnic displacement, among many others. For more details, Click here.


Thursday May 22
8.30: NGO Day Registration
9.00am – 3.30pm: NGO/Practioners Day Session 1 – 3
3.30pm-5.30pm NGO/Practioners Day Session 4 (ministry time)

6:00pm-7:30pm: Main Conference Registration @ The Vine Centre
7:30pm-9:30pm: Kick-Off Evening With Rend Collective and Shane Claiborne

Friday May 23
8:00-9:00am: Registration
9:00am-12.00: Main Session
1.30pm-5.30: Breakout Session (Click to see workshop schedule)
7:00pm-9:30pm: Evening Main Session

Saturday May 24
9:00am-12.00: Main Session
1.30pm-5.30: Breakout Session (Click here to see workshop schedule)
7:00pm-9:30pm: Evening Main Session

Practitioners Day

The Justice Conference is designed to inspire and energise the Justice community in Asia and for practitioners it is a critical time of refreshing, networking and sharing. However with so many interesting sessions to attend, like-minded people do not always find time to meet together to talk discuss and engage over areas of common interest. This year we are offering an opportunity for practitioners to meet together for a whole day geared around their particular needs and interests. This will be held on Thursday May 22 before the main conference commences.

During this time we will be considering common areas of interest such: as issues and difficulties in the field; how to create a networking platform; sharing resources; and collaboration on new ideas and possible solutions. This time will be facilitated by Viva with minimal formal presentation time in order to give maximum opportunity for interaction and sharing.

Ticket Sales for NGO Practitioner Day click here.


This year we are excited to announce that our workshop sessions will feature a new innovation with structuring our workshops in a way, which we hope will give delegates a better chance of focusing on one particular area of interest

Workshop Structure: We are organizing our workshops into six main streams so that we can provide a more thematic approach for conference delegates to choose from. There will be four sessions in each stream.

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workshop speakers // workshop schedule

Stream 1: Morality in business, the economy and poverty
Developing business leaders with triple bottom line goals; business as mission; the rich-poor gap; poverty alleviation strategies; micro-finance; livelihood creation.
Stream 2: Fighting exploitation, suffering and oppression
Anti-trafficking strategies; rescue and prosecution; protection, care and transformation; child labor; domestic helper abuse.
Stream 3: Bringing justice into the church and the body of Christ
Centrality of justice; theology of justice; human rights; justice in mission and evangelism; creating a heart for justice; a people of justice.
Stream 4: Gender equality, generational justice, and children
Empowering women; honoring ethnic minorities; equal opportunities; educational freedom; breaking generational patterns; adoption and fostering, the role of family in society.
Stream 5: Hope for refugees, migration and border control
The migration movement; bridging the cultural divide; welcoming the stranger; national security.
Stream 6: Living righteously under persecution
Religious freedom; conflict resolution; reconciliation and justice; persecution and faith; civil disobedience; non-violent confrontation.
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Limited seating available, don’t miss out!


Our conference exhibition and sponsorship packages were a huge success last year. What better way to express your organisations support for the cause of justice than to partner with us for the 2014 conference.
Please email or download our sponsorship package for more details.