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BALI DEMOCRACY STUDENTS CONFERENCE (BDSC) II "Democracy for Prosperity: Youth Perspectives" Nusa Dua, Bali, 6-7 Desember 2018
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1. Bali Democracy Students Conference (BDSC) II
BALI DEMOCRACY STUDENTS CONFERENCE (BDSC) II
?Democracy for Prosperity: Youth Perspectives?
Nusa Dua, Bali, 6-7 Desember 2018

Bersamaan dengan penyelenggaraan Bali Democracy Forum XI (BDF XI), Kementerian Luar Negeri RI kembali akan menyelenggarakan Bali Democracy Students Conference (BDSC) di Nusa Dua, Bali, tanggal 6-7 Desember 2018. BDSC II ini akan mengangkat tema ?Democracy for Prosperity: Youth Perspectives?.
Sebagaimana diketahui, BDSC merupakan pengembangan dari BDF, yaitu forum internasional antarpemerintah yang diprakarsai Indonesia pada tahun 2008 dan dinilai telah turut memberikan kontribusi penting bagi upaya-upaya pemajuan demokrasi, khususnya di kawasan Asia Pasifik.
Menginjak tahun ke-11, BDF telah berkembang dengan adanya pertemuan ?BDF Chapter Tunis? di Tunisia (Oktober 2017), ?BDF Chapter Berlin? di Jerman (September 2018) dan BDSC II.
BDSC II ditargetkan akan diikuti oleh 150 mahasiswa dari dalam dan luar negeri. Selama 2 hari para peserta akan membahas isu-isu demokrasi dan kesejahteraan dari sudut pandang pemuda.
Sebelumnya, BDSC I yang diselenggarakan pada bulan Desember 2017 diikuti oleh 150 mahasiswa baik dari dalam maupun luar negeri. Pertemuan tersebut mengangkat tema ?From Campus for Democracy? dan menghasilkan dokumen ?Voice of the Youth?.
Pendaftaran untuk mengikuti seleksi menjadi peserta BDSC II dibuka bagi mahasiswa Indonesia (WNI) dan wajib dilakukan secara online, melalui link berikut: Pendaftaran.
Persyaratan calon peserta:
1. Mahasiswa Indonesia (WNI) Strata 1, minimal semester 5, atau Strata 2 dari berbagai perguruan tinggi di Indonesia dan luar negeri, yang memiliki ketertarikan pada isu-isu sosial politik, khususnya demokrasi.;
2. Memiliki kemampuan berbahasa Inggris secara lisan dan tulisan yang baik. Bagi calon peserta yang melampirkan sertifikat TOEFL dengan nilai minimal 500 (atau IELTS dengan nilai minimal 6.0) akan mendapat pertimbangan khusus;
3. Aktif dalam organisasi kemahasiswaan atau sosial kemasyarakatan;
4. Aktif menggunakan media sosial.
Dokumen yang harus diunggah:
1. Curriculum vitae (File PDF maks 1MB);
2. Surat Rekomendasi dari Dekan/Rektor/Pimpinan perguruan tinggi (File PDF maks 1MB);
3. Surat Pernyataan diatas materai tentang kesediaan untuk mengikuti seluruh rangkaian acara BDSC II di Bali mulai tanggal 5 ? 8 Desember 2018 (File PDF maks 1MB);
4. Scan Kartu Tanda Penduduk (KTP) dan Kartu Mahasiswa yang masih berlaku (File JPG maks 1MB);
5. Pasfoto (File JPG maks 1MB);
6. Sertifikat TOEFL/IELTS (bila ada);
7. Tulisan dalam Bahasa Inggris mengenai pandangan calon peserta tentang Demokrasi dan Kesejahteraan maksimal 650 kata atau 2 halaman (font: arial 11, spasi: 1,5) (File DOC maks 1MB);
8. Video Profile berdurasi 30 detik yang diunggah ke akun media sosial (tautan dicantumkan pada formulir pendaftaran). Video disampaikan dalam bahasa Inggris berisi:
a. Nama dan perguruan tinggi;
b. Pandangan singkat mengenai Demokrasi untuk mewujudkan Kesejahteraan.
Pendaftaran dibuka mulai tanggal 17 September 2018 sampai dengan 22 Oktober 2018 pukul 24.00 WIB. Dokumen yang telah disampaikan secara elektronik merupakan dokumen final yang tidak dapat diubah lagi.
Panitia akan melakukan seleksi terhadap lamaran yang masuk berdasarkan kelengkapan dokumennya.
Calon peserta yang terpilih akan diberitahukan melalui email pada tanggal 2 November 2018.
Keputusan Panitia tidak dapat diganggu gugat.
Bagi mahasiswa yang terpilih menjadi peserta, Panitia akan menanggung biaya:
⦁ Tiket PP Domestik dari Jakarta/Kota tempat studi di Indonesia ke Bali;
⦁ Akomodasi twin shared selama 3 malam di Bali (5 ? 8 Desember 2018);
⦁ Transportasi lokal (bandara-hotel dan hotel-venue pp)
⦁ Konsumsi selama kegiatan
2.
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR LANGUAGE STUDIES
Travel Grants for Conference Attendance at ISLS 2019
in Hong Kong
The International Society for Language Studies seeks to facilitate the participation of as broad a group of scholars as possibl in the organization and its events
. To this end, we are happy to announce two competitions for financial support for participation in our next conference at the Open University of Hong Kong
. We will award up to ten $500 travel awards (up to 5for graduate student scholars
and up to 5 for scholars who demonstrate financial need) to attend and present at
the conference of ISLS in Hong Kong from June 20 - 22, 2019
. In addition to the travel award, those selected will also receive free conference
registration
.We encourage all applicants to join ISLS, but membership is not required to apply.
All recipients of the award are required to become members of ISLS by the time of the conference to receive the award.

APPLICATION PROCESS
In order to apply for a travel grant, applicants should submit the following materials to
jennifer@isls.co by
November 30, 2018
:
1)a clear indication of the category to which you are applying (graduate student scholar or scholar)
2)a 250-300 word rationale articulating how attending and presenting at the conference
will positively impacyour professional life;
3) a current curriculum vitae;
4) an itemized budget for travel including a budget justification (i.e., details/sources on where/how numbers were obtained and calculated) and any sources of funding that will support your travel; and
5) a statement explaining the total conference funding you have received from your
institution and/or other sources between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

.Please send the application materials as a single PDF document with documents in the order above and label the file as LastName_FirstName_TravelGrant.
Applicants for the travel grant must also submit a proposal for a presentation to
the conference proposal submission system by November 30, 2018
.
TIMELINE / WINNER RESPONSIBILITIES
Winners will be selected by the ISLS Executive Committee and will be notified in early January 2019
.
Winners will receive individual emails from the organization, and an announcement will be posted on the ISLS website. The $ 500 travel grant will be provided to winners in a ceremony during the ISLS conference in Hong Kong
.


3.
Travel Assistance
1) Late Developing Countries (LDC) Travel Grant Program
We are pleased to continue the availability of travel grants for scholars who are citizens of and work in the less economically advanced nations of Asia. This support is limited to those scholars who are active participants (discussant, chair or paper presenter) on regular panels, roundtables, or workshops that have been accepted to the formal program. Individual paper proposal submitters are not eligible for support through this program.
Applications for scholars from the following countries will NOT be accepted: Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Republic of China (Taiwan), Republic of Korea (South Korea), and Singapore. Scholars who normally work in an eligible country but will be residing in an ineligible country at the time of the conference may be considered on a case-by-case basis, but requests from scholars traveling from LDC countries in Asia will be given priority. All applicants must indicate the city/country they will be traveling FROM to attend the conference.
Unfortunately, we do not have sufficient funds to cover all the related costs of attending the conference. Individuals awarded the LDC Travel Grant will be limited to applying the grant to international round-trip discounted airfare, up to three night's hotel accommodations at the conference rate, and/or conference registration. The LDC Travel Grant may not be applied to AAS membership fees. The maximum amount available is $2,000 but due to the anticipated large number of applications, individual grants will likely be lower. Therefore panel organizers or applicants should seek outside funding to supplement LDC grants. Grant funds may be wired in advance either directly to the scholar or to his/her travel agency, but proof of actual airline ticket purchase price will be required. Otherwise, awarded grants should be picked up on-site at the AAS Conference registration area once original travel receipts are provided. Individual scholars or their respective panel organizers are responsible for arranging purchase of tickets, hotel accommodations, registration, etc.
Sessions organizers should submit their request as part of the online panel proposal by the August 1 deadline. Only one (1) participant per panel will be considered for funding. Awards will be made by a special selection committee after the formal program has been decided by the Program Committee. Attempts will be made to maintain fairness across countries, specializations, disciplines, etc.
(2) Graduate Student Travel Stipends
The AAS routinely provides partial travel stipends to all graduate student members participating on the formal program, and this will continue for the 2019 conference. There are no separate application procedures; graduate student travel stipends will be distributed to graduate student members on the formal program if the student meets the criteria as noted below. Grant amounts vary each year and are dependent on the number of eligible students, but in recent years have averaged around $200.
Although no formal stipend request application is required, all graduate students must still meet the criteria as listed below in order to receive the travel stipend. To be eligible to receive a graduate student stipends, students must:
1. Be accepted to present on a formal panel session;
2. Register in the student member category by the participant conference pre-registration deadline (November 8, 2018)*
3. Not live within 100 miles of the conference site.**
4. Not have received funding from other AAS sources.
Individual award checks are prepared in advance and will be available for pick-up at the conference registration desk on-site in Denver.
* The AAS does not offer non-member student conference registration rates. Individuals with student status must have already joined the AAS in the student member category prior to November 8, 2018, in order to meet the participant conference pre-registration deadline and qualify for the student member conference registration rate. Valid student ID, an enrollment form or other proof of current student status is required with student membership application.
** Students living within a 100 mile radius of the conference site are considered "local" and are NOT eligible for the stipend.
 
 
 
 
 
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