CARE National Conference
Register for the 2018 CARE National Conference. This 16th convening of CNC will be held May 21-23 at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Full Registration: $50 - Students: $25
A look back at #CNC17
The 15th CARE National Conference culminated with 650 participants from 41 states attending 215 meetings in the offices of their elected
representatives on Capitol Hill.
CNC 2018. Your Voice. A World of Change.
Join CARE and Michelle Nunn, CARE President and CEO, for three days of advocacy trainings, networking and congressional meetings. This year’s roster of inspiring speakers includes former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Anchor and Managing Editor of PBS NewsHour Judy Woodruff, and more.
DAY 1: Bring Your Voice.
Advocacy 101: Learn the basics of advocacy and get introduced to the issues that face women and girls around the world.
Advocacy 201: Refresh and hone your advocacy skills and get the latest briefing on global poverty issues.
DAY 2: Use Your Voice.
Dive deep into global issues affecting millions of people worldwide, fine-tune the skills needed to be an effective citizen advocate, and network with other global citizens.
Day 3: Raise Your Voice.
Meet with Members of Congress in their offices to voice your support for policies that combat extreme poverty worldwide.
Register Now! Explore the full agenda, learn about scholarships, and make your hotel reservations today. You won't want to miss out on our film festival, our incredible speakers, or this chance to use your voice for a world of change.
2018 Conference Speakers
View the full roster of this year’s inspirational speakers including former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Senator Amy Klobuchar, former CARE President and CEO Dr. Helene D. Gayle, and more.
Discounted Hotel Blocks
Book your accomodations early for a discounted rate. The deadline for booking within the CNC group is April 27, so don't miss out on these deals!
See the detailed daily agenda including exciting plenary sessions and advocacy training workshops here.
FILM FEST AT CNC18
SOUFRA (2017) follows the inspirational story of Mariam Shaar, a refugee in the Burl El Barajneh refugee camp in Lebanon, as she and a team of fellow refugee women launch a food truck business. Join us for the DC premiere and Q&A with director Thomas Morgan following the screening.
Learn how to stay involved with CARE Action! throughout the year. Backed by decades-deep expertise, data, and a nationwide network, CARE Action! and its member advocates are igniting a movement and producing positive change.
CNC17: In the Media 1
Aid Workers In Yemen Express Alarm At U.S.-Saudi Arms Deal
CNC17: In the Media 2
Foreign aid under the ax in State Department budget proposal
CNC17: In the Media 3
Trump administration looks to cut State Department budget by 32%