A conference for emerging leaders to drive sustainable
change in the children’s sector.
Date: 01-03 October 2019
Venue: Inyathelo,Second Floor
The Armoury, Buchanan Square, 160 Sir Lowry Road
Woodstock, Cape Town
Please click to see a map to the venue.
Full Registration: 20 September 2019
Conference fees payment:
Once you have submitted your registration form, you will be sent an invoice. Please do not deposit fees into the bank account without first completing a registration form and receiving an invoice.
Please click on the button below for a few accommodation options close to the venue.
The new conference fee:
Full Registration: R600 (Reduced from R3,000)
Call for Presentations
The conference seeks presentations on the three themes: leadership, management and the children’s sector, and for our ‘Khawuleza’ event.
Instructions to those who wish to present at the conference:
Individuals wishing to present at the conference can do so in two ways. Firstly, you can submit an abstract to present during a breakaway session on one of the themes or submit a synopsis to take part in our ‘Khawuleza’ event (or you can submit for both!).
Our ‘Khawuleza’ event (meaning “go quick!” in isiXhosa) is an evening that includes ten presentations of six minutes each. In the presentation, 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. The format keeps the presentations concise and fast-paced. This event is a good way to showcase the work of young leaders and other initiatives, in a fun and lively manner!
Presentation submission deadline: 14 June 2019
To submit your abstract or synopsis, please click on the button below:
The Centre for Early Childhood Development is a non-profit organisation committed to putting young children first by ensuring quality early childhood development for our country’s youngest citizens.
We provide training, resources and support in the field of early childhood development, enhancing individual and organisation capacity; we develop and disseminate resources; and we carry out research specifically related to the African context.