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Interact with Us at the InterAction Forum


Connect with MIUSA to learn how your international development work can maximize its reach to marginalized communities worldwide.

The 2016 InterAction Forum will bring together over 1000 NGO professionals from across the globe. If you will be one of them, there are several ways you can interact with MIUSA staff during these three days.

Visit our exhibitor table.

Swing by Booth T-47 to find us in the Exhibitor’s Hall. You’ll learn what’s new at MIUSA, get to grab some freebies and brochures, and glimpse a preview of our Brilliant and Resilient photo exhibit.

Attend our workshop.

From the disability movement to the Indigenous Peoples movement to the LGBTQ movement, cross-movement collaboration is already happening in international development. MIUSA CEO Susan Sygall and others will present during the workshop “Implementing Agenda 2030 for All: Multi-Sector and Cross-Movement Collaboration for Effective Inclusion of All Voices,” addressing how cross-sector and multi-sector collaboration are critical for effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda to leave no one behind and reach all marginalized groups.

View our photo exhibit on display.

Our Brilliant and Resilient photo exhibit is traveling with us to the InterAction Forum! Take in these powerful portraits of disabled women and read their stories.

Lunch and learn.

Don’t miss Susan Dunn’s 10-minute update on how MIUSA alumni are advancing inclusive development worldwide during Tuesday’s networking lunch in the exhibitor’s hall from 12:30 – 12:40pm.

Network with us.

Look for MIUSA staff Susan Sygall, Susan Dunn, and Ashley Holben throughout the conference or contact us to schedule a time to meet.

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