Join us on July 18-20, 2018 at the 2018 Kansas Conference on Poverty
Capitol Plaza Hotel, Topeka KS
Since 2003, the conference has:
- Brought together a distinguished line up of speakers;
- Offered timely and informative workshops on state-of-art anti-poverty programs, agency capacity building and policy issues; and
- Promoted connections among anti-poverty practitioners and advocates from across Kansas.
This year’s theme is Dare to be Civil. Dr. Carolyn Luckensmeyer with the National Institute on Civil Discourse will present the keynote address.
KACAP is accepting workshop proposals for the 2018 Kansas Conference on Poverty. If you have knowledge to share about innovative programs, the causes and conditions of poverty, advocacy techniques, or anything else related to poverty, this is your opportunity to share that knowledge with practitioners, advocates, academics, and others from across Kansas. The conference is July 18-20 in Topeka.
To submit a proposal, fill our SurveyMonkey form using the link below. We’re looking forward to seeing your proposals!
More information about the conference will be posted on the conference website as it becomes available: 2018 Kansas Conference on Poverty