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48th ANNUAL ARNOVA CONFERENCE

Nonprofits and Philanthropy in a Polarized World:
Speaking Truth to Power and Using Power to Speak Truth

November 21-23, 2019

 

Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

 

 

  

     



     

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The ARNOVA conference is designed to create a public conversation on, as well as opportunities for presenting research about, pressing issues and vital opportunities facing the voluntary or nonprofit sector. It is both a showcase for the best and most current research, as well as a seed bed from which new research is born. This three-day event includes two plenary sessions, 180+ panel and/or paper presentation sessions, a poster session and numerous opportunities for networking/idea sharing.

 


 

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PRESENTERS POSTERS ROUNDTABLES
THEME PROGRAM/SCHEDULE RATES
HOTEL TRAVEL CHILDCARE
AUTHORS TABLE SESSION CHAIRS VOLUNTEERS
SPONSOR EXHIBIT ADVERTISE
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DATES & DEADLINES

 

 

SPONSOR/ADVERTISE

Deadline: September 20

AWARD APPLICATIONS

Open: February 18

Close: April 16

EXHIBIT

Deadline: October 25 (while available)

HOTEL RESERVATION

Deadline: October 30 (while rooms available)

POSTER 

Open: July 8
Close: August 15

RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE SUBMISSIONS

Open: July 8
Close: August 31

PRESENTER DEADLINES

Acceptance notifications Emailed:  May 23

Confirm Presentation: June 29
Presenter Registration Deadline: September 16
Paper Due to Chairs & Panelists: November 1

REGISTRATION

Early Bird: May 15 - September 2

Regular: September 3 - October 15

Late/On-site: October 16 - November 23

SCHOLARSHIP / GRANT APPLICATIONS

Open: February 18
Close: April 16th

Undergraduate Diversity Scholars: May 17

 

 

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CONFERENCE RATES

 

 

 

 

Rates

Early Bird Rates

(May 15 - Sept 2)

Regular Rates

(Sept 3 - Oct 15)

Late/ Onsite Rates (Oct 16 - Nov 23)

Full Conference

Regular

$340 $380 $426
Student $190 $215 $240
Retiree $170 $190 $213
Thursday Pass

Regular

$216 $260 $290
Student $135 $185 $200
Retiree $108 $130 $145
Friday Pass

Regular

$216 $260 $290
Student $135 $185 $200
Retiree $108 $130 $145
Saturday Pass

Regular

$136 $156 $156
Student $92 $110 $110
Retiree $68 $78 $78

ALL PRESENTERS AND ATTENDEES MUST HAVE A CURRENT ARNOVA MEMBERSHIP IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE

 

*The full conference registration fee includes: admission to all sessions, plenaries, receptions, luncheons and daily coffee breaks (morning and afternoon); conference program book, and tote.


*One day conference registration fee includes: admission to all sessions on that day, plenaries (if scheduled), lunch (if scheduled), coffee breaks (morning and afternoon); conference program book and tote


ARNOVA Conference Cancellation Policy:
There will be a $45 administrative charge for cancellations received prior to October 15, 2019.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER OCTOBER 15, 2019; however, substitutions will be accepted.
If you have questions, please contact ARNOVA at conference@arnova.org or 317-684-2120




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CONFERENCE THEME

 

 


Nonprofits and Philanthropy in a Polarized World:
Speaking Truth to Power and Using Power to Speak Truth

 

 

We live in an increasingly polarized world—full of dichotomies and dualisms: Us versus them, the haves and the have nots, “light” versus “dark,” good versus evil. We see this in diverse settings around the globe: contested transitions of power in the Republic of Congo and elsewhere, refugees fleeing violence in Syria and Central America, nativist reactions to immigrant “others” in European countries absorbing refugees. In the US the intensity of us versus them results in loss of civil discourse, challenges to democratic norms and practices, and violent acts against the “other.” Intentional polarization can be a powerful tool for silencing and intimidating the voices of the marginalized and the oppressed… and, at times, magnifying the voices of those at the fringes of society.

 

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