Human Rights Conference 2016

Copyright 2016 Favianna Rodriguez, Favianna.com


Dates: April 1st- 3rd 2016
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Miami Airport & Convention Center in Miami, FL
711 N.W 72nd Avenue Miami, Florida, 33126 (Map)

The 2016 Annual General Meeting will bring together over a thousand human rights activists from throughout the U.S. and around the world to engage in networking opportunities, human rights actions, inspiring plenaries, outstanding keynotes and hands-on workshops, as well as to shape the policies of the organization. This year's conference is shaping up to be incredible, and through our conference, communities will be inspired to expand awareness, initiate change, and call the world to action.

Our theme this year is "Change Our World." We stand shoulder to shoulder with activists in the United States and throughout the world to make a lasting human rights impact. We strive to embrace and reflect all identities that make up humanity in order to foster a world where justice, freedom, and dignity are recognized as central to the inalienable rights of all human beings.

"You cannot change any society unless you take responsibility for it, unless you see yourself as belonging to it and responsible for changing it. " - Grace Lee Boggs.

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Download our AGM App!

This year we are proud to announce that you can use the official AIUSA conference app on your smart phone. You can use the AGM App to check out the conference schedule and explore sessions, view a map of the venue, and build your own conference schedule. Best of all, you can even use the app to connect with your fellow attendees! Don’t forget to check back frequently and keep up-to-date with all your important conference details.

 

To get the app:

  • Find & download the app for free in the Apple and Android store. Search for 'AGM App' or click here to get it now!

Our AGM App allows you to:

  1. View the AGM 2016 schedule and explore sessions
  2. Build your own personal conference schedule.
  3. Stay up-to-date with program changes & updates
  4. Learn about and connect with speakers & activists

We would like to give a special thank you to our 2016 AGM Program Committee for their hard work and commitment to the success of our Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference:

Michael Andrews- Area Coordinators Steering Committee Member, Thomas Benner- National Resolutions Committee Member, Rita Coeling- Mid-Atlantic Representative, Julie Ikeda- Western Representative, Lisa Konczal- Country Specialist for Nicaragua, Erin Nuzzo- Legislative Coordinator, Akriti Panthi- Mid Western Representative, Kendrick Perkins- Southern Representative, Gerry Carolina Riverdeneira- National Youth Area Coordinator and Diedre Stieglitz- Northeast Representative.

We would like to thank our Host Committee members for their work:

Reakman Afshar, Betsy Akin, Shaharazad Arteaga, Rocio Avalos, Emily Beck, Pabitra Benjamin, Emily Benner, Abbey Clark-Moschella, Sara S. Cleveland, Rodrick Colbert, Joshua Cooper, Erin Crockett, Maria & Miguel Del Carpio, Luis Diaz Quilotte, Ike Dimitriadis, Mara Domider, Lynsey Duncan, Laura L. Finley, Savannah Fox, Nick Geballe, Marselha Gonçalves Margerin, Oliver Hidalgo-Wohlleben, Tracey S. Kardash, Lisa Konczal, Alicia Koutsoulieris, Steve Latimer, Edward Lescurieux, Sterling Llwellyn, Laura Maida, Jiva Manske, Carlos Marin, Julio Melendez ,Blaine Mineman, Isaac Newton Kinityt, Stephany Noriega, Derin Oduye, Nick Ogutu, Falaye Rufus Olakitan, Rachel O'Leary, Theophilus Oluwatobi Achuba, Kamila Anastatia Orlova, Maura Padron, Sheena Patel, Ben Podnar, David Rendell, Estefania Rodriguez, Favianna Rodriguez, Lucie Ruffo, Mary Tam, Christopher Vichiola, Aquib Yacoob, Rania Zakaria.

Voting on Resolutions

Please note a change in our voting processes this year. In order to be eligible to cast a vote for resolutions at the AGM (April 1-3), you must be a current dues-paying member, which means that you must have joined or renewed your membership by no later than February 11, 2016 (50 days before the start of the AGM). To renew or become a member, please click here. AIUSA Membership is not included with any ticket purchase. If you have any questions about this process, please contact Michelle Menzel at mmenzel@aiusa.org.

Download the Group Voting Form here

Conference Agenda

Please take a look at our schedule for the 2016 Annual General Meeting. The agenda is subject to change, please be sure to check back for updates. All the times listed in the agenda are within the eastern time zone.

2016 Annual General Meeting & Human Rights Conference Agenda

Full AGM Program Descriptions

AGM Speaker Profiles

Please note that sessions, which are open to the general public will also be open to the press.

Conference Resources

Action Alley & Ideas Fair

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS TUESDAY MARCH 1st at 5:00PM EST

The Action Alley is a forum to learn about and take action on human rights issues and current AIUSA priorities, and a space for AIUSA groups to creatively display their ideas and accomplishments. We invite and encourage all attendees--including local groups, student groups, country and thematic specialists, other member leaders, and community organizations--to apply for a space at the Action Alley. The Action Alley provides an opportunity and location for the sharing of ideas and insights that cannot be accommodated by conference programming. Past displays have shared particularly successful community events and activities, human rights promotion ideas and techniques, and information on human rights-related topics.

To apply submit this form by Tuesday March 1st at 5:00pm EST. You will receive a confirmation message after submitting your information and we will notify you via email regarding the outcome of your application.

Apply for a Lodging Subsidy

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FEBRUARY 26th at 5:00PM EST

SUBSIDY APPLICATION

AIUSA is providing limited subsidies in the form of lodging for Friday and Saturday night (April 1-2) of the 2016 Annual General Meeting in Miami, FL. Subsidies are intended for active AI members and activists or those hoping to become active who otherwise would be unable to attend the conference due to financial constraints.

To be eligible for a subsidy you must apply with a group of four people who are committed to registering and attending the entire 3-day conference, working a volunteer shift each day, and meeting the requirements included in the application below. For more information, including the selection process, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.

Please note: If you (or a member of your group) are 17 years of age or younger and applying for a subsidy, AIUSA requires that a chaperone or guardian must accompany you (and your group) for the entire duration of the conference. AIUSA does not assume responsibility for unaccompanied minors and we require the presence of a chaperone or guardian on site with minors at all times. All subsides and hotel rooms will be registered under the chaperone and/or guardian's name. To check into the hotel, guardians and/or chaperones must be present at the time of check-in.

To apply, submit this application. by Friday, February 26, 2016 at 5:00pm EST. You will receive a confirmation message after submitting your information and we will notify you via email regarding the outcome of your application.

Community Rooms

Amnesty International USA is very excited to feature community rooms at this year's Annual General Meeting. These spaces are the culmination of years of feedback on having safe physical spaces for communities to come together during the conference. The community rooms are a space where people can relax and be able to fully express their identities. These are spaces where you can share with others who are differently abled or who identify with your race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, cultural background, religious affiliation, or age.

Please keep in mind that space is limited, so access to these rooms will be on a first come, first serve basis.

  • Disability Justice Collective Access Room
  • Healing Justice Room
  • Interfaith Room
  • LGBT Room
  • People of Color/Indigenous Room

Gender Neutral Restrooms

In an effort to make our human rights conference more accessible for all participants, we have gender neutral restrooms available. Regardless of what restroom you use, please respect everyone's privacy.

Group Voting Authorization Form

If you are a designated group representative and would like to vote on behalf of your group at the Voting Plenary and/or the Working Parties (one vote per group), you must submit a Group Voting Authorization Form (coming soon), signed by the group coordinator, to the personnel distributing voting cards.

Minors Waiver

Linked here is a required waiver for all minors who are interested in attending the 2016 Annual General Meeting. This waiver is required and must be read and signed by the minor's legal guardian. (Amnesty International USA recognizes all persons under the age of 18 as a minor).

Please read the waiver carefully. Please sign the waiver and email a copy to registration@aiusa.org. If you have any questions or concerns contact registration@aiusa.org or 212.633.4168.

All attendees who do not mail or bring the signed waiver will not be allowed to participate.

Voting on Resolutions

Please note a change in our voting processes this year. In order to be eligible to cast a vote for resolutions at the AGM (April 1-3), you must be a current dues-paying member, which means that you must have joined or renewed your membership by no later than February 11, 2016 (50 days before the start of the AGM). To renew or become a member, please click here. AIUSA Membership is not included with any ticket purchase. If you have any questions about this process, please contact Michelle Menzel at mmenzel@aiusa.org.

Additional Resources

All the major plenary sessions in the main ballroom will have translators for Spanish, Hatian Creole, and American Sign Language (ASL).

Ticketing Information

Amnesty International USA's Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference will take place in Miami, FL on April 1-3, 2016. Purchase your tickets below.

If you (or a member of your group) are 17 years of age or younger, AIUSA requires that a chaperone or guardian accompany you for the entire duration of the conference and that this waiver agreement be completed by a legal guardian and submitted before the conference. AIUSA does not assume responsibility for minors.

Member Rate: This rate is for current dues-paying members. Not sure whether you are a current member? Call 1-800-AMNESTY or email aimember@aiusa.org to verify your membership status. Member rates are available for General tickets, discounted Student/Educator/Senior Citizen/Fixed Income tickets (S/E/S/FI), and Day Passes.

Non-Member Rate: Non-member tickets are available for General tickets, discounted Student/Educator/Senior Citizen/Fixed Income (S/E/S/FI) tickets, and Day Passes.

Please note a change in our voting processes this year. In order to be eligible to cast a vote for resolutions at the AGM (April 1-3), you must be a current dues-paying member, which means that you must have joined or renewed your membership by no later than February 11, 2016 (50 days before the start of the AGM). To renew or become a member, please click here. AIUSA Membership is not included with any ticket purchase. If you have any questions about this voting process, please contact Michelle Menzel at mmenzel@aiusa.org.

Disclaimer: No refunds.

Online registration will close on Monday, March 28th at 11:59 PM ET.

General Tickets

General tickets include full access to the three-day conference. Discounted Student/Educator/Senior Citizen/Fixed Income tickets (S/E/S/FI) include full access to the three-day conference.

 

Members General - $145
S/E/S/FI - $50
Non-Members General - $170
S/E/S/FI - $65

 

Day Passes

Day passes provide access to the conference for one day only..

Members
General
Fri - $80
Sat - $60
Sun - $30
S/E/S/FI
Fri - $30
Sat - $30
Sun - $15
Non-Members
General
Fri - $95
Sat - $75
Sun - $50
S/E/S/FI
Fri - $35
Sat - $35
Sun - $20

 

Purchase your ticket and help make it possible for youth and future leaders to attend! These packages listed below include a one registration ticket for you to attend the three-day conference and Saturday luncheon, and additional sponsored tickets. Additional sponsor tickets in each package will be awarded by AIUSA and include full access to the three-day conference and the Saturday luncheon. To show our thanks, we will list your name on selected event materials.

Goodwill Supporter

Please choose this option if you would like to purchase your registration to include one sponsored ticket.
General - $350

Amnesty International Conference Visionary

Please choose this option if you would like to purchase your registration to include four sponsored tickets.
General - $700

Travel & Lodging

We look forward to having you join us for Amnesty International USA's 2016 Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference!

We are excited to be hosting the conference in the iconic city of Miami, FL. The links below provide resources that can help in your planning, including information about traveling to and around Miami. We encourage you to book your travel early, as rates will change and increase as the conference gets closer.

If you need to book hotel accommodations, consider staying at our official conference venue, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Miami Airport & Convention Center. You can find the hotel booking instructions and special rate, below.

If you have any travel inquiries, please contact agm@aiusa.org or 212.633.4168

Airport Information
Bus & Subway Information
Taxi & Rental Car Information
Hotel, Bed & Breakfast & Hostel information

Apply for a Lodging Subsidy

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FEBRUARY 26th at 5:00PM EST

SUBSIDY APPLICATION

AIUSA is providing limited subsidies in the form of lodging for Friday and Saturday night (April 1-2) of the 2016 Annual General Meeting in Miami, FL. Subsidies are intended for active AI members and activists or those hoping to become active who otherwise would be unable to attend the conference due to financial constraints.

To be eligible for a subsidy you must apply with a group of four people who are committed to registering and attending the entire 3-day conference, working a volunteer shift each day, and meeting the requirements included in the application below. For more information, including the selection process, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.

Please note: If you (or a member of your group) are 17 years of age or younger and applying for a subsidy, AIUSA requires that a chaperone or guardian must accompany you (and your group) for the entire duration of the conference. AIUSA does not assume responsibility for unaccompanied minors and we require the presence of a chaperone or guardian on site with minors at all times. All subsides and hotel rooms will be registered under the chaperone and/or guardian's name. To check into the hotel, guardians and/or chaperones must be present at the time of check-in.

To apply, submit this application. by Friday, February 26, 2016 at 5:00pm EST. You will receive a confirmation message after submitting your information and we will notify you via email regarding the outcome of your application.

Airport Information

Free shuttle service from Miami International Airport to DoubleTree By Hilton

From the baggage area proceed up one level and exit the doors. Please note the door exit number and call the hotel (305) 261-3800 to advise the hotel operator of your location and name of the reservation your room is held under. The hotel operator will advise you of any further directions if necessary. The hotel will notify the shuttle driver of your location. Shuttles leave the hotel on the ½ hour and the transit time is 10 - 15 minutes depending on traffic.

Please click here for more details on the shuttle services to and from Miami Airport and the Double Tree by Hilton in Miami, FL.

Miami International Airport

Directions
Start out going WEST toward BUS RD. Turn RIGHT onto PERIMETER RD. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT toward EXIT TO CITY/RENTAL CAR RETURN. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto NW 20TH ST.
Distance from Hotel: 3 miles
Drive Time: 10 minutes

TYPE TYPICAL MINIMUM CHARGE
Courtesy Bus complimentary shuttle
Limousine varies by company
Super Shuttle varies by company
Taxi 15.00 USD

 

For Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport

Directions
Start out going EAST on TERMINAL DR. Merge onto N FEDERAL HWY/US-1 S/FL-5 S/FL-A1A S toward DANIA BEACH/HOLLYWOOD. turn slight RIGHT onto GRIFFIN RD/FL-818 W. Continue to follow FL-818 W
Distance from Hotel: 31 miles
Drive Time: 45 minutes

TYPE TYPICAL MINIMUM CHARGE
Limousine 100.00 USD
Super Shuttle fees vary
Rental Car fees vary
Taxi 75.00 USD

 

Palm Beach International Airport

Directions
Start out going WEST on TURNAGE BLVD. Take the DEPARTING FLIGHTS exit on the LEFT. Take the I-95 ramp. Merge onto I-95 S toward MIAMI. Merge on FL-836 W via EXIT 3A toward MIAMI INT'L AIRPORT. Merge onto FL-959 S/NW
Distance from Hotel: 75 miles
Drive Time: 1.5 hr

TYPE TYPICAL MINIMUM CHARGE
Limousine 200.00 USD
Taxi 75.00 USD

SuperShuttle

SuperShuttle services are available to get from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International or Miami International airports to the AGM venue. Simply book SuperShuttle online or over the phone in advance or at the airport when your plane lands.

The best way to locate SuperShuttle at the airport is to use the mobile self check-in feature.

If you do not use the self check-in feature, you can find the SuperShuttle ticket counter or computerized kiosk right outside of the baggage claim. Also, a member of SuperShuttle staff will be standing on the curbside to assist you.

 

Subway and Bus Line

Metrobus
The Metrobus system provides service throughout Miami-Dade County 365 days a year. Service is available from Miami Beach and Key Biscayne to West Miami-Dade, as far north as Broward County and as far south as Homestead, Florida City and the Middle Keys.

Metrorail
Provides service to Miami International Airport (MIA) and runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables, and downtown Miami; to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area; and to Brownsville, Liberty City, Hialeah, and Medley in northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Metromover
The Metromover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown. Major destinations of the Metromover system include the American Airlines Arena, Bayside Market Place, Miami-Dade College and the Miami-Dade County School Board.

Rental Car/Taxi Services

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Car Rental Agency
Address: 5101 Blue Lagoon Dr., Miami, FL 33126
Phone: (305) 261-9018

Sixt Rent A Car
Car Rental Agency
Address: 3900 NW 25th St., Miami, FL 33142
Phone: (305) 503-9849

Miami Yellow Cab Taxi Service
Address: Miami, FL
Phone: (786) 899-3393

Parking at DoubleTree By Hilton

SELF PARKING
$7.00 (In/Out privileges)

VALET PARKING

$12.00 (Per day with In/Out)

OTHER PARKING INFORMATION

$5 event/shopping parking with no in/out privilege

Conference Lodging Information

DoubleTree by Hilton Miami Airport & Convention Center
711 N.W 72nd Avenue Miami, Florida, 33126 (map)

DoubleTree by Hilton Miami Airport & Convention Center is our host hotel located in Miami, FL. Our room rate is $199 (subject to applicable state and local taxes) for single, double, triple and quadruple occupancy. You can reserve your room by calling the resort directly at (305) 261-3800 or toll free at (888) 353-1995 for group representatives or individual members. Make sure to mention "Amnesty International 2016 AGM" and the conference to get the special rate.

Individual callers must identify their affiliation with the AGM to ensure they receive the negotiated rate and group considerations. Unfortunately, rates cannot be changed at check in or check out for individuals who failed to identify their affiliation at the time the reservation was requested.

Space is limited and the special rate expires on March 4th, please book your room today!

Alternative Hotels

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Airport South Blue Lagoon
Address: 777 NW 57th Ave, Miami, FL 33126
Phone:(305) 262-5400

Off Highway 836, this airport lodging is on the Blue Lagoon, an 11-minute drive from Miami International Airport. The contemporary rooms include free WiFi and custom-designed beds, plus coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels and on-demand movies for a flat rate of $159 per night. Suites have pull-out sofas and kitchens. Also, a free airport/corporate park shuttle is provided.

Hyatt House Miami Airport
Address: 5710 Blue Lagoon Dr., Miami, FL 33126
Phone:(305) 269-1922

Hyatt House Miami Airport offers free parking and hot breakfast. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, a bar and a 24/7 market. There's also a business center, meeting space and an airport shuttle for a flat rate of $139 per night.

Days Inn Miami International Airport
Address: 7250 NW 11th St., Miami, FL 33126
Phone:(305) 261-4230

Days Inn offers en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, plus free WiFi, and flat-screens for a flat rate of $100 per night. Other in-room amenities include microwaves, minifridges, coffeemakers and desks with ergonomic chairs. Kids 17 and under stay free with a paying adult. There's an on-site restaurant. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, meeting rooms, a business center and paid parking. There's a shuttle to the airport (free) and to the Port of Miami (fee).

Please note, prices are subject to change. Be sure to check in with your lodging venue regularly.

Hostels and Bed & Breakfasts

Miami Beach International Travelers Hostel
Address: 236 9th St., Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone:(305) 534-0268

Accommodations range from private rooms with modern accents and cable TV, to shared 6-person dorms, all with en suite bathrooms. Apartments sleep up to 10 and include cable TV, kitchens and parking. Linens, towels and WiFi are included for a rate of $25+. Freebies range from meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) to movie nights, dance parties and live music. There's a game room, 2 lounge areas, a guest kitchen and an outdoor terrace. Reception is open 24/7.

SoBeYou Tropical B&B Hotel
Address: 1018 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 534-5247

For this Bed and Breakfast, all 5 of the chic rooms and suites have wood floors, 51-inch flat-screen TVs, minifridges and garden views for a rate of $119+. Rooms have shared bathrooms, while suites offer private bathrooms and seating areas. There's an outdoor pool surrounded by sun loungers and a leafy garden. Breakfast, served by the pool, is free. A daily resort fee includes WiFi access throughout, 24-hour coffee and tea, and pool/beach towels.

Please note, prices are subject to change. Be sure to check in with your lodging venue regularly.

Ways to Support

The more people and support we secure for our Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference, the more we will accomplish for the human rights movement, while ensuring an optimal experience for our attendees. Your participation in the conference is crucial to its success, so we all need to spread the word!

Here are a few ways you can help and show your support:

Join the Host Committee

If you are attending the conference and can assist Amnesty International USA by promoting the event to your network of friends, family, and colleagues - you can join our Host Committee! This is the easiest way to show your support and it takes very little effort. Sign up now to have your name recognized on certain conference promotions including the event page.

If you cannot attend the conference, please still consider helping us to spread the word about the conference. Host Committee members do not have to be residents or locals of Miami or from the South Florida area. As long as you can promote the conference on social media and to your contacts - you are welcome to join.

We ask Host Committee members to try their best to confirm at least 6 attendees.

Amnesty International USA provides an email-able invite, along with Facebook and Twitter instructions to help you reach your goal. We will also provide you with a report to view all the attendees that confirm you as their Host Committee member.

Thank you for considering this opportunity, especially since a good percentage of our current members and activists first learned about Amnesty International at an Annual General Meeting!

Volunteer

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS WEDNESDAY MARCH 23rd at 11:59pm EST

Take your experience at the Annual General Meeting to the next level. Volunteer with other activists from around the nation in Miami. Those who volunteer for a 3-hour shift will be awarded a day pass, free of charge, once their shift is complete. Please note that you will only receive a day pass for the day you volunteer, not for the entire conference.

Three hour time slots for the following positions are available:

  • Registration/Welcome:The registration team will be in charge of aiding with the registration process. The registration team will check attendees into the conference. The welcome team will help direct the attendees to where they need to be for check in. Volunteers should be energetic and outgoing.
  • Event Set Up: Support the set-up of the ballroom, programmatic rooms, and action alley.
  • Event Break-down: Support the break out and clean-up of the ballroom, programmatic rooms, and action alley.
  • Ballroom Ambassador: Ballroom Ambassadors will direct attendees when they enter the ballroom and make sure everyone is on time for the program. They will also ensure that everything runs smoothly and timely within the room, including supporting speakers and guests.
  • National Resolution Shadows: Support our National Resolutions Committee with governance pieces of the AGM including staffing the resolutions session.
  • Attendee Ambassador: This volunteer team will help attendees get to where they need to be and ensure that everyone is on time. They will also ensure that the hallways and rooms are tidy before and after programs and trainings.
  • Guest Services: The Guest Services will need volunteers during the registration process to sit at a table to answer questions on Miami as well as the conference in general. These volunteers will have extensive knowledge of the AGM and Amnesty International.

To volunteer, submit this application by Wednesday March 23rd at 11:59pm EST. You will receive a confirmation message after submitting your information and we will notify you via email regarding the outcome of your application.

For more information on volunteering, contact volunteers@aiusa.org or number 212.633.4168.

Recruit Others

The more people at our annual conference, the more we will accomplish for the human rights movement and the better experience everyone will have, so we all need to spread the word! Challenge yourself or your group to sign up at least 1, 2, or 3 more people! In fact, a good percentage of our current members and activists first learned about Amnesty International at an Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference! Let's get to it!

Interested in donating a monetary donation or in-kind services?

Our annual conference counts on the support of individuals like yourself to ensure we have another successful year. If you are a business owner or work for a local business and are interested in providing support to the conference via an in-kind gift, pro bono service or a monetary donation, we would like to hear from you. Event support from businesses enables us to enhance our conference and improve our attendees' experience, while keeping the costs down for our members.

We tailor each partnership to offer unique and highly visible marketing opportunities. Support for Amnesty International USA highlights a company's support for human rights, while exposing its brand to hundreds of our loyal supporters, community leaders and members.

We are looking for businesses to assist with the following (this is a list of a few opportunities): videography, photography, underwriting a block of tickets/stays for youth to attend, venues to host social events, and companies interested in supporting the conference as local corporate supporters.

Please contact our Director of Events, Johnny Gonzales at JohnnyGonzales@aiusa.org or 212.633.4181 for more information.

Conference Registration

The Annual General Meeting registration is now available! Online registration will close on Monday, March 28th at 11:59 PM ET.

 

Zika Virus concerns: Please go to this link from the Center for Disease Control for any questions you might have about the Zika virus and your health while attending our Annual General Meeting in Miami.

Contact Us

For more information on this year's conference, contact agm@aiusa.org or 212.633.4168