Get hyped! You are about to be a part of something huge!
In November 2009, the Pledge 2 Protect conference brought 1,000 anti-genocide activists from all over the country together in order educate and empower the movement to end genocide and mass atrocities. Needless to say, Pledge 2 Protect was a major success, and this spring, STAND, Save Darfur Coalition and the Genocide Intervention Network will be hosting a conference bigger than any before.
This April, we want you to come to Washington, DC for the biggest conference on anti-genocide efforts yet. This will be the first national conference for anti-genocide activists organized by the newly merged Save Darfur Coalition and Genocide Intervention Network. The conference will take place at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown DC from Saturday, April 16th through Monday, April 18th (optional lobby day on April 18th),
Be ready for informative workshops, inspiring panel discussions, intense trainings, networking and a national lobby day!
Stay tuned for more information and registration opportunities. Don’t forget to save the date, April 16th-18th.
STAND, Save Darfur Coalition and Genocide Intervention Network have been shaking things up for over six years, and we are nowhere near ready to stop. We need YOU to truly create a world without genocide and mass atrocities. We have had the desire to change the world through our activism and advocacy, and really, we are only at the beginning of our movement.
Have questions? Contact your Outreach Coordinator, and check your email regularly! We will be sending out more information soon!
*The Renaissance Hotel is offering conference attendees a huge discount on room rates with a special price of only $149 (plus tax) a night. We encourage you to take advantage of this rate and make accommodations as far in advance as possible as DC hotels tend to book quickly and it will be hard to find another hotel offering this price. To take advantage of this special, call the Renaissance Hotel and mention you are an attendee of the Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition Conference.