Mark your calendars: the 34th annual International Society conference will be held 8 April on BYU campus. This year's theme will be War, Diplomacy, and the Human Rights Dialogue: New Approaches for Latter-day Saint Professionals.
With war raging in regions around the globe, societal and governmental shifts can happen almost overnight. Are new methods of diplomacy emerging as countries increasingly gather to opposing sides?
Amidst the upheaval of war, is the dialogue on human rights viable or silenced in an era of survival of the fittest? How can Latter-day Saints navigate their professional pursuits in today’s climate while also preparing for the unexpected? We will explore these topics from education, government, religious and business leaders.
Conference attendance is free for International Society members. Soon, participants can purchase a ticket which includes a meal at the Award Luncheon, as space allows. Watch for registration details coming soon.
Interested in becoming a member of the International Society? Learn more here.