Ethics and Global Peace: NGO Perspectives
November 8 to November 11, 2007
NGO leaders representing a broad spectrum of the global
nonprofit community, and prominent international and national
leaders from the governmental, academic, and for-profit sectors
will converge on Canada’s largest and most culturally diverse city of
Toronto to participate in the 2007 World Congress of NGOs.
Explore issues of vital importance to the nonprofit community presented in a variety of session formats
Plenary sessions in which leading authorities explore broad themes of relevance to the NGO community
Interactive plenary session engaging NGO leaders in addressing common concerns
Special symposia focused on issues of specialized interest
Numerous workshops with experts providing training and guidance on practical topics of importance to NGOs
Panel sessions where NGO representatives present their ideas and perspectives
Regional breakout sessions for NGOs to network and explore regional concerns
NGO Awards Banquet
Roundtables, banquets and luncheons, mixers, tours, exhibits, and much more
Network with NGO counterparts from around the world!
Celebrate excellence and sector accomplishments at
NGO Awards Night!
And much more…
The Delta Chelsea Hotel, Canada’s largest hotel, located in downtown Toronto, will be the site of the 2007 World Congress of NGOs.
The origins of the name Toronto derive from the Huron Indian word for “meeting place.” This ultra-modern metropolis of 4.5 million people is Canada’s center of culture, commerce and communications. Toronto has also been called the most diverse city in the world, with residents originating from 170 nations and speaking about 100 different languages.