Presale tickets will be available now for 200 USD* and will end on October 31st.
Early Bird tickets will be available November 1st until February 29th for 230 USD*.
Standard tickets will be available through Friday, July 17th for 260 USD*.
Who should attend:
We believe learning happens through peer interaction. This conference is designed to incorporate all sectors involved in anti-human trafficking, such as; private sector, non-government organizations, academia, and government. In an effort to support those who want to attend and are new to anti-human trafficking we will be offering an opening session before the conference starts on Monday, July 20th. This session will include a brief overview of the history of the anti-trafficking movement as well as an overview of the language used in discussing trafficking.
A space to be a learning community, together.
The conference is structured to create a learning community where participants can actively engage with and learn from one another. We aim to create a space for connections and partnership to occur organically and intentionally.
The main topics for the conference have been developed through your feedback upon registration. The topics cover areas in which you wished to learn and dialogue with others and share your experiences and learning. This will be facilitated in breakout sessions of the conference.
In addition, evenings are free for you to make appointments to have dinner and conversation with people more informally. There is also space for additional conversation streams to be added into the program.
* All tickets include: admission to the conference, coffee, snacks, and lunch for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Dinner and lodging are NOT included. Hotel suggestions are available on our website. Panel speakers will present in English, translation will be made available where possible. More information about the conference schedule, speakers, and hotel recommendations can be found at www.aratconference.com.