All cancellations of registrations must be made in writing to the Conference Coordinator – Dr Jashwini Narayan, School of Management & Public Administration, Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of the South Pacific, Private Mail Bag, Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji Islands. This can be done by emailing to narayan_ja(at)usp.ac.fj or by mailing to the address given above. Email is preferred.
Refunds will apply to cancellations made before 30 October 2014. There will be a deduction of 60.00FJD administrative. No refunds will be made after 30 October 2014 for non-attendance at this conference. If you are unable to attend, substitute delegates are welcome. Please advice and confirm with the Conference Coordinator about any transfers in writing by email or mail. Email is preferred.
Registration fees will be partially refunded by manual methods and NOT through online methods. The payment method for the partial refund of registration fees may involve use of bank drafts/ bank cheque and telegraphic transfers/ direct deposits. In the case that refunds are made, the Conference Coordinator will contact the recipients of refunds to clarify on the refund procedure being used.
The data collected on this form is for the purpose of registration for the 2014 SMPA and PICPA International Conference on “Emerging Trends and Issues in Management and Public Administration in the South Pacific Region and Beyond” and other matters related to this conference. This information will not be used for purposes that do not relate to this conference.
Please note the following information with regards to insurance:
- In general, USP/SMPA and PICPA does not provide financial support for meeting participants’ airfare, transportation, hotel, travel insurance and any other expenses. These are the responsibility of each participant.
- The participant is solely responsible for all such expenses and none of the organizers, conference managers, SMPA, PICPA nor USP will take any responsibility for any participant or accompanying person(s) failing to arrange their own adequate insurance. It is strongly recommended all participants and accompanying persons take out an adequate insurance policy (i.e. travel insurance) to meet their requirements.