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27 September 2022 / 1. Rabi-Ul-Awwal 1444

2020 Postponed Conference

The World Federation of KSIMC will hold the 2020 Postponed Conference virtually on

21st   23rd May 2021

&

29th – 30th May 2021 

Our postponed triennial conference will be held from Friday 21st May - Sunday 30th May 2021, over 2 weekends.   

Please join us online and follow the proceedings as an observer either via our  YouTube Live channel or on Zoom (which requires registration latest by 06:00 BST Friday 21st May and has a limited capacity). REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. 

Many delegates representing their respective regional federations are expected to attend.  

 


AGENDA DETAILS

During the conference, several key issues will be addressed and a number of decisions will be made, including the areas of focus for the next term.  We will be reporting on achievements during the term 2017 – 2020, and during the interim term 2020-21. Read the agenda here .

 


WATCH ONLINE


If you're unable to attend, you can still follow the entire Conference online by following our social media pages:

  Facebook  |  Instagram  |  Twitter   YouTube

We will be sharing live updates on our social media channels and sending newswires summaries. If you would like to share your thoughts, just use our hashtag  #WFCONFERENCE  in your post! 

    


Summaries of each day can be found below:

Day One - Friday, May 21st 

More details coming soon.

 

Day Two - Saturday, May 22nd

More details coming soon.

 

Day Three - Sunday, May 23rd 

More details coming soon.

 

Day Four - Saturday, May 29th

More details coming soon.

 

Day Five - Sunday, May 30th

More details coming soon.

 


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