Why should I attend?
Attending the 2023 Indiana Civil Rights Commission Annual Conference is an excellent opportunity for attendees to broaden their knowledge about civil and human rights and stay up-to-date with current laws and policies. The conference brings together experts and professionals from various fields to share their insights and experiences. Whether it is virtual or in-person, attendees will have the opportunity to experience sessions, keynotes, and panel discussions that cover a wide range of topics, including civil and human rights, diversity equity and inclusion, law and policy, and enforcement training. By attending the conference, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of these complex topics and learn practical strategies for promoting equality and diversity in their workplaces, schools, and communities.
In addition to the educational benefits, the Indiana Civil Rights Commission Annual Conference also provides excellent networking opportunities that will offer partnerships to be made across the country. There is a space for everyone at the 2023 Indiana Civil Rights Commission Annual Conference!
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission encourages the following to attend the Annual Conference:
- Law and policy makers
- Government officials
- Human resources professionals
- Diversity and inclusion officers
- Individuals with disabilities
- Direct Support Professionals
- Housing professionals
- Social service professionals
- Advocacy groups
- Grassroot organizations
- Civil Rights organizations (FHIPs, FHAPs, etc.)
- Community Leaders
CLE & CME Information
CLE and CME credits will be offered for specific sessions - more information will be forthcoming closer to the conference date.
Scholarships for the conference will be offered thanks to ICRC's partnership with the Governor's Council for People with Disabilities.