There’s only a week and a half to go until we celebrate 40 years of fighting poverty at ActionAid’s supporter conference on the 6th October.
Spaces are booking up fast so if you want one sign up today.
The event is going to be jam packed with speakers from around the world including Asgar Ali Sabri, the Director of Programmes, Policy and Campaigns in ActionAid Bangladesh, and David Barisa, who campaigned to stop 500,000 hectares of land being taken to grow biofuels in Kenya, and won.
New speakers we can announce include Ruchi Tripanthi, ActionAid’s resident food policy expert, to tell us all about the causes and consequences of global hunger and how we can tackle the root causes to make hunger crises a thing of the past. We’re also delighted that Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith will now be joining us, a women’s rights activist with over 20 years’ experience in campaigning and development.
With updates on our Tax Justice, Who Pays and Biofuels campaigns as well as a unique opportunity to find out about how we work around the world, and meet other ActionAid supporters. We will also have a digital doctor on hand to answer all your e-campaigning questions. If you ever wanted to know anything about ActionAid, and get some big development questions answered this is the event to come to.
There are still a few spaces left so click here to book yours.
Look forward to seeing you there!