The Inaugural LEAP Conference 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 8:00 AM – Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EAT)
Dar es Salaam, Law School of Tanzania

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LEAP Conference Ticket - Local Delegates (Tanzanian Residents*)

LEAP Conference Ticket - Non Local Delegates (Non Tanzanian Residents)

LEAP Conference Ticket - Local CSO Workers (Tanzanian Residents*)

LEAP Conference Ticket - Non Local CSO Workers (Non Tanzanian Residents)

LEAP Conference Ticket - Student Rate (Tanzanian and Non Tanzanian Residents)


*) These tickets apply to Local Tanzanians and Tanzanian resident permit holders ONLY


Ticket price includes attendance, conference information, lunch (19+20 Nov), refreshments, tea and coffee during breaks.

Thank you! After processing payment, you will receive your e-conference ticket via email. If you encounter any difficulties with the payment process, please contact us via [email protected]!
Venue: Law School of Tanzania

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Travel arrangements and visas
Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. It is recommended that you check your visa requirements with your local embassy or consulate or apply for a visa at your arrival at Dar Es Salaam airport.
We are able send visa invitation letters by email to support your visa application.

Hotel accommodation
Delegates are responsible for making accommodation reservations directly with the hotel. Please notify LEAP if you require special assistance.


The organisers may at any time, with or without giving notice, in their absolute discretion and without giving any reason, cancel or postpone the conference, change its venue or any of the other published particulars, or withdraw any invitation to attend. In any case, neither the organiser nor any of the officers, employees, agents, members or representatives shall be liable for any loss, liability, damage or expense suffered or incurred by any person, nor will they return any money paid to them in connection with the conference unless they are satisfied not only that the money in question remains under their control but also that the person who paid it has been unfairly prejudiced (as to which, decision shall be in their sole and unfettered discretion and, when announced, final and conclusive).


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