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Field trip

16th International Conference on Inclusive Insurance
2021 - Kingston, Jamaica

Call for applications

The organisers of the International Conference on Inclusive Insurance are looking for organisations volunteering to host one or more field trips back to back with the 16th ICII.

Agenda and goal of the field trip
The field trip aims to provide participants at the International Conference on Inclusive Insurance with insights into local microinsurance schemes and opportunities to meet clients. However, the agenda and the size of the group will be defined by the organisation concerned.

Expected number of participants (minimum): 10–20 per field trip.


Responsibilities and funding of the field trip
The host of the field trip is fully responsible for the organisation and funding of the trip. We strongly recommend a charge be made for the field trip. This will help cover the costs and minimise last-minute cancellations.

31 August 2021: Please provide the conference organisers with a short description of the field trip agenda (in English) specifying the scheduling, what to expect, where to meet, costs, where to register, etc. and giving details of a contact person for the participants. The details will be made available on the conference website.

15 December 2021: Please provide the conference organisers with a short article about the field trip (600-800 words) including up to four pictures.

The 16th ICII 2021 is organised by IAJ and the Munich Re Foundation in cooperation with the Microinsurance Network. Alongside this conference, other entities organise field trips independently. The Munich Re Foundation cannot be held liable for any claims arising in connection with such trips.

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