Rehumanize International’s annual conference is going to be socially-distance compliant this year by going totally online!
Rehumanize International is an organization which seeks to end violence against all humans and create a culture of peace and life. They do this through discussion, education, and action. Each year, they host a conference for all people interested in engaging on topics of human rights.
“The presentations cover ethics, history, practice and public policy on a whole breadth and depth of life issues: abortion, nuclear weapons, the justice system, human trafficking, the refugee crisis and more.”
If you are looking for a way to learn more about the pro-life movement and the Consistent Life Ethic or to feel more equipped to engage others on various human rights issues and to change the culture to one of life and peace, this is the conference for you!
The conference this year takes place on Saturday, August 29, 2020 from 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM using the Hopin platform, with great opportunities for networking. Attendees will also have the chance to peruse the amazing artwork submitted for the Create | Encounter 2020 submissions after the conference ends.
Tickets for the conference are still available for purchase, for $5 to $75. All ticket tiers give you the same access to the conference experience and materials; the differences just reflect how much you can help Rehumanize cover conference costs and compensate their speakers for their time and expertise.
You can also become a sponsor of the conference, like Human Defense Initiative, and look at the other co-sponsors on the conference information page. During the breaks in the schedule, you’ll be able to visit digital “booths” of the sponsors, as well!
The conference will have speakers not only from Rehumanize, but also:
World Beyond War
Witness Against Torture
Americans United for Life
Pro-Life San Francisco
Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty
Death Penalty Action
Democrats for Life of America
Young Americans for Liberty
Amistad Law Project
Human Rights Coalition
Not Dead Yet
as well as individual activists, authors, city councilmembers, and academics.
Saturday, August 29th will be a great day for learning, being challenged, networking, engaging with like-minded people, and also having fun.
With the conference totally online, you can attend more easily than ever and can pay at a tier which is affordable for you.