On July 16-19, 2015, one of the most powerful political events of the year will take place in Phoenix, AZ: the tenth annual Netroots Nation conference.
Join 3,000 fellow bloggers, newsmakers, social justice advocates, labor and organizational leaders, grassroots organizers and online activists for four days of thought-provoking panels, practical trainings and fun networking opportunities. You’ll make new connections, improve your organizing skills, be inspired and build stronger relationships with others working on the issues you care most about. Plus, each year, some of the brightest minds in progressive politics go to Netroots Nation to speak with—and hear from—people just like you.
The conference will feature:
• 80 panels
• 40 training sessions
• Local activism
• Inspiring keynotes
• Film screenings
• Tons of social events and networking opportunities
As you’re making travel plans, keep in mind when official events begin and end. The first sessions begin Thursday at 9 a.m., and our Sunday morning recovery party will end by noon. We recommend attendees arrive Wednesday and depart Sunday. View the overview schedule here.
This convention is a time for progressives across the country—and the world—to come together and build a stronger, more united movement. Registration is quick and easy, but the experience just might change your life.
Our software allows you to purchase group registrations, make a donation or buy convention schwag. Registrations may also be transferred or sold to other individuals before the convention begins, donated to scholarship programs or transferred to another year. To arrange for one of these options, contact us and use the “registration” subject in the drop-down menu.
Payments for Netroots Nation registration fees, merchandise and donations are made to Netroots Nation, a California 501(c)4 corporation, and are not tax-deductible. The charges will appear on your credit card as “NETROOTS NATION”.
Registration badges and other merchandise are available for pickup at the Netroots Nation 2015 convention in Phoenix starting July 16, 2015.
Convention registration fees are non-refundable, but registrations may be transferred or sold to other individuals before the convention begins, donated to scholarship programs or transferred to another year. To arrange for one of these options, contact us and use the “registration” subject in the drop-down menu.