The InsideNGO Annual Conference is an exclusive, members-only event. One of the largest gatherings worldwide of professionals in the international relief and development NGO community, this year's event was one for the books! The 2017 Annual Conference provided more opportunities than ever to learn, network, and celebrate the important role that operations staff play in advancing the work of mission-driven NGOs. Check out our highlight reel:
What was new?
At this year’s conference, LINGOs had a dedicated track featuring a great lineup of learning-focused sessions led by partners, members, and friends of LINGOs, open to all attendees. They also introduced a new “Global Learning Lab” where everyone could collaborate on innovative projects and capacity building tools. We also livestreamed 10 sessions so that people could participate from around the world.
All attendees have access to all the session recordings and livestreamed sessions on the Digitell paltform. If you attended the conference, use the email you received from Digitell (subject: “InsideNGO 2017 Session Recordings - Access Instructions”) to set up your account and access session recordings. If you already set up your account, use the link below. If you didn't attend the conference and want to purchase the package of videos and sessions recordings, click below.
Hear from fellow attendees about their conference experience and take a deep dive into sessions you might have missed on our blog. Photos from the Annual Conference can also be found on our facebook page, and attendee instagram photos and tweets tell the story with #INGO17.
We'll see you July 25-27 next year for Annual Conference 2018!
DERRECK KAYONGOKeynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker: DERRECK KAYONGO
Business Visionary, Global Soap Project Founder & CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights
This year’s conference kicked off with Keynote Speaker Derreck Kayongo on Harnessing Your Power to Create Change. Kayongo inspires and empowers with his courageous story of survival, social entrepreneurship, humanitarianism, and the life lessons he learned along the way. He is the founder of the Global Soap Project, which recycles used hotel soap and redistributes it to impoverished populations around the world. A Top Ten CNN Hero in 2011, his passion for helping others and commitment to innovative thinking earned him his current role as CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.Learn More