We are looking for volunteers to help us make the Kyoto Congress a success!
Volunteers will receive certificates in recognition of their service.
The UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice is held once every five years and is the largest UN conference in its field. This will be the second time since 1970 that the Crime Congress was held in Kyoto. At the Kyoto Congress, Ministers of Justice, Prosecutors–General, criminal justice experts and practitioners will gather from all over the world. About 4,000 people participated in the 13th UN Congress from around 150 countries. Participating in the international conference will be a valuable experience, so why not volunteer? We are looking forward to your application.
19 to 27 April 2020
※One-day participation is welcome.
Kyoto International Conference Center (KICC), Kyoto City
①Guidance at the hall, conference operation assistance
②Management assistance for ancillary meetings（interpreter, rapporteur）
※For details, please check the guidelines for applicants.
There are no age, sex or nationality requirements to volunteer.
Qualified applicants must be able to:
In addition to the qualifications listed above, interpreters and rapporteurs must:
※Ancillary meetings are meetings in which government officials, international organizations and NGOs exchange opinions about topics relevant to the Kyoto Congress through panel discussions, presentations etc. More information on ancillary meetings can be found here.
9 February 2020
※Applications will no longer be accepted once all volunteer positions are filled.
【Secretariat of Kyoto Congress（in Japan Convention Service. Inc.）】
Daido Seimei Kasumigaseki Bldg.
1-4-2, Kasumigaseki, Chiyodaku, Tokyo
Phone: +81 3 3508 1217
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