Annual Conferences

Triennial Conference

HISTORY

 The LET US DREAM conference is a platform to share, learn, and celebrate the diversity of our selfless acts around us. It invites individuals with bigger hearts and deeper thoughts for their society and its progress. The conferences organized by us aim at introducing different community service possibilities and intervention models among younger and older generations to promote their volunteerism. Since its inception in the year 2017, conferences have reflected on positive recommendations for community development.

VISION

Empowering local communities for sustainable global impact and improvement

MISSION

  • To provide an opportunity to share, learn and support more community intervention research, theories and models
  • To provide a forum for sharing experiences including the successes and challenges in community organisations and efforts
  • To invite individuals with bigger hearts and deeper thoughts for their society to be a support system for the community empowerment initiatives

OBJECTIVES 

  • To offer the participants an opportunity to bridge the knowledge gap through the interaction of researchers and practitioners worldwide.
  • To make recommendations towards achieving greater global peace and harmony worldwide.
  • To provide an opportunity to share, learn, and support more community interventions research, theories, and models.
  • To provide a forum for sharing experiences including the successes and challenges in community organizations and efforts.
  • To invite individuals with bigger hearts and deeper thoughts for their society to be a support system for the community empowerment initiatives.

IMPLEMENTATION

The LET US DREAM Conference is implemented at three levels: in collaboration with Universities, Communities and Organizations

 

The conference has also been expanded into different levels during its course: Annual Community conference and Triennial- International conference at four locations.

 

A network of local conferences implemented globally 

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Adult and young adult volunteers, business owners involved in voluntary community developmental projects in different locations. Not-for-profit organisations, philanthropists, board members, social workers, educators/educational administrators (who are interested in community collaboration), College students (psycho-social behavioral studies), college professors, Anyone interested in community initiatives and leadership to make a positive difference in their community, 

Retired people who wish to give their expertise and time back to their community for its better development and anyone who dreams for the better future of the next generation.

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