The International Fundraising Congress (IFC) has announced its full in-person workshop programme, led by fundraising experts from across the globe.
Over 30 sessions are available at the October event, covering a range of topics from finding unlikely allies in the fight against climate change to Web 3.0 and the potential of community economy.
The workshops are practical, strategic learning sessions focused on hot topics and led by industry experts. This year they are split into two categories: standard workshops and cocreation sessions. Cocreation sessions are highly interactive and built around cocreating solutions to the problems faced by everyone in the sector.
The global lineup of speakers leading the sessions include experts from countries including Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Hungary, Slovenia, Spain, US and UK. There will also be a programme of online workshops.
Ruby Chadwick, Head of Global Engagement and Events at the Resource Alliance, commented:
“After six months of brainstorming topics, evaluating proposals, debating content, and liaising with speakers, we are very proud to share this year’s workshop programme for IFC.
“The programme is incredibly topical, curated to meet the immediate needs of our delegates while looking to the future. Whatever our cause, we all have common concerns: increased polarisation; instability as global powers shift; and escalating costs exacerbating inequality as the climate crisis continues. No matter the problem, we stand so much stronger together.”
Information on IFC2022’s Big Debates has also been released. To be presented by internationally renowned speakers, they are:
The International Fundraising Congress returns to Noordwijkerhout in the Netherlands this 18-21 October for the first time since 2019. And, for first time in its 40-year history, the event will be run in a hybrid format, with 1,650 delegates expected both in person and online.
Early bird tickets for IFC 2022 are available until 15 September and offer a £100 saving. In addition, EFA members and Fundraising Europe readers also benefit from £75 off any ticket, which can be used in conjunction with the offer. For this, the code EFAIFC22 must to be applied at the top of the ticket selection box just before checkout.
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