Families in Global Transitions’ 2021 conference will take place virtually on 12-14 March. This conference is designed for anyone who is globally mobile, or who works to support those who are. For more about who FIGT is for, click here.
Global mobility offers a realm of differences. Some we may expect - people, place, language, culture, religion. Some we may not - differences in education, work styles, employment, relationship, health and economic status, leisure opportunities and life stages.
How we embrace and bridge those differences not only impacts our personal and professional lives and wellbeing, but also those who surround us. The renewed focus of equity and inclusion as a result of the Black Lives Matter and the global pandemic has made the need to bridge and embrace differences even more critical.
We look forward to welcoming those who have experienced or are currently experiencing the challenges that stem from encountering differences and are open to learning for personal, family, community or global growth, success and wellbeing.
We are also excited to connect with new and established experts and professionals from all over the world as we come together to learn and connect with each other.
What to expect from a virtual FIGT Conference
Your conference registration fee of US$ 89 includes:
*At least two of the conference’s four-hour sessions should fall into your timezone. Please note that some conference presentations will be pre-recorded with presenters available for live Q&A sessions online after their presentation has been shown.