The Social and Behavior Change Communication community can unleash transformational change around some of the world’s most pressing challenges, including poverty, gender equality, protecting the planet and ensuring that all people enjoy health, peace and prosperity.
At the 2020 International SBCC Summit, we will harness this power as people from across the globe come together to examine the most recent evidence and innovations, build on our diverse methodologies, debate our way forward and highlight successes and challenges.
This Summit promises to be the biggest one yet as we dig even deeper, cover more topics and chart a path forward together.
Where and When Will the Summit be Held?
The Summit will be held at the Palais des Congrès in Marrakech, Morocco from September 20 to 24, 2021.
What are the Summit Themes?
- Catalyzing Transformational Change around some of the world’s most pressing challenges including poverty, gender equality, protecting the planet and ensuring that all people enjoy health, peace and prosperity
- Future Forward to learn from programs and research that reveal new challenges, innovations and methodologies that advance the field
- Connecting the Dots between diverse partners, across development sectors and disciplines, to create collective action and impact at various levels from individuals to whole societies
Who Will Attend the Summit?
The Summit will connect the many individuals and organizations working in social and behavior change, including donors and those working in media for development, health education, communication for development, social marketing, advertising, research agencies, community development, academic institutions, and ministries of health, gender, social welfare, education and other sectors.
Who Is Organizing The Summit?
The 2020 SBCC Summit will be hosted by a consortium of international and local partners including the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, UNICEF, Soul City Institute for Social Justice, Digital Green, Social Change Factory, Puntos de Encuentro and the American University of Beirut Center for Public Health Practice.