Registration for RINGO Learning Festival is Open!

Published By UNNGOF |  March 17, 2024

We are delighted to announce that registration for the RINGO Learning Festival is now open!

Click here to secure your spot in the festival:

Join us for a 4-day virtual* Learning Festival where we will celebrate the work we have done together in the RINGO Project and share our learnings with our allies and peers. We will deep-dive into our innovative prototypes and begin to collectively map the transformation needed in the global civil society ecosystem.

Anyone with a stake in ensuring we have an effective international and local civil society system working together to tackle the multiple challenges we face: from climate change and poverty, to threats to human rights and democracy. 
– Civil society leaders working in INGOs, national or local organisations
– Board Members
– Academics 
– Policy Makers
– Private Sector
– Funders

Please note some sessions will be by invitation only.

Inspirational Talks: Hear from thought leaders, presenting the latest innovations in the INGO and #shiftthepower space. 
Innovative Edge Sessions: Engage with the key learnings from the eight RINGO prototypes and contribute to the scaling and embedding of these emergent models.
Map the Change: How do we leverage what we’ve learned to influence the wider system? What does it mean for your sector or organisation?
Fireside Chats: Connect with leaders, thinkers and change makers to uncover what a reimagined INGO might mean for you and your peers.
Open Space Sessions: Opportunities to lead your own conversation on issues as they emerge from the Festival, and meet and network with others.

Days 1 and 2: Explore the RINGO prototypes: What have we learned and where do we go now?
Day 3: Map the change: resource flows, accountability, solidarity, governance and leadership.
Day 4: Beyond RINGO: What does this mean for you, your sector and us collectively?

*In spite of travel restrictions now being removed, we are staying online in order to be as inclusive as possible of our community, and also to reduce our carbon footprint.