Draft agenda: http://www.niea.org/programs/convention-and-trade-show/agenda/
NICWA is excited to announce that our 36th Annual Protecting Our Children National American Indian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect will take place in Anchorage, Alaska, on April 15–18, 2018. Please visit our webpage for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Amazing Content Will Inspire Your Work With Native Children and Families
NICWA’s Protecting Our Children Conference offers a robust and rigorous agenda throughout the four-day event. With over 60 expert-led workshops, and four general sessions that feature inspiring speakers ranging from high-ranking federal officials to youth who have experienced child-serving systems, our agenda is designed to give you practical, advanced, and culturally relevant information for you to take home to your community.
Registration opens fall of 2017!
Experience Informative Sessions from Leaders in the Field of Tribal Child Welfare
Join your peers in choosing from over 60 workshops across four programmatic tracks.
Conference Location/Host Hotel
1001 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Early Bird Registration Rates
$175 Youth (Up to age 24)
Onsite Registration Rates
$250 Youth (Up to age 24)
If you would like to volunteer for the 2019 Executive Council Winter Session please fill-out the volunteer form.
NCAI President Jefferson Keel will be giving the State of Indian Nations on the morning of February 11, 2019 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. An RSVP does not guarantee a seat in the live studio. A confirmation email will be sent to those requests we can accommodate. This event will also be broadcast live through Livestream and NCAI will be hosting a watch party at the Capital Hilton where the NCAI 2019 Executive Council Winter Session will be taking place that week. If you have any questions please contact the main NCAI Office at (202) 466-7767.
For more information and for past President speeches, click here.
All attendees are invited by the Newseum to tour the museum immediately after the address. Passes are not required.
Please note this event will be available Monday, February 11 for livestream starting at 10:30am (EST), and for later viewing through the month of February.
The Newseum has a garage underneath their building. The cost is $12/hour or $20 for over an hour up to a full day. Additional parking is at 601 Pennsylvania Ave NW. The cost $17/hour or $27/daily. For more information click here.
DRAFT Event Schedule
9:30 am: Media Setup
9:50 am: Registration and Doors Open
10:15 am: Final Seating
10:20 am: Program Begins
10:30 am: State of Indian Nations
11:00 am: Congressional Response
11:15 am: Question & Answer Session/Press Availability
11:30 am: Closing Remarks