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2018 ILF Annual Conference
November 12-14
Indianapolis Marriott East

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Indianapolis Marriott East
7202 East 21st St.
Indianapolis, IN 46219
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This year's theme is Lead, Educate, Advocate. Featured Wednesday keynote speaker is Holocaust Survivor and Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor . 

For the past 40 years, Holocaust survivor Eva Kor has shared her story with students, teachers, medical professionals, senators, administrators, historians, university groups, graduating classes, and civic groups, both nationally and internationally. Eva is one of the few surviving twins sharing her personal account of the medical experiments supervised by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele at Auschwitz. Eva’s account of her survival of the Holocaust offers many relevant lessons on the dangers of hate and prejudice, and the consequences of allowing prejudice to persist, unchecked, in others.

In addition to the importance of her account from a historical perspective, Eva’s life lessons and message of forgiveness have touched the lives of millions of people. In 1995, Eva chose to forgive the Nazis, after deciding that they should no longer have power over her life. She describes forgiving the Nazis as an act of self-healing, self-liberation, and self-empowerment; forgiveness is not about the perpetrator, not about forgetting. It is one step toward repairing the world by helping victims free themselves from perpetrators and remove anger and hatred. Eva shares her own discovery of the power to forgive so that others may see the possibility to heal themselves through forgiveness. Forgiveness provides a way for people to free themselves from hurt, anger, and hatred, from the pain of victimhood. If people find peace with themselves, the
world may also find peace.

Recipient of the 2017 Sachem award, Eva’s message of healing reaches around the globe and across social, economic, cultural boundaries.

2018 Registration Rates 

Early bird – through June 30
Late registration – begins October 1


Group Registration Form     

FULL Member Nonmember
Early 180 280
Regular 195 295
Late 270 370
 
ONE DAY Member Nonmember
Early 140 240
Regular 160 260
Late 240 340
 
Supporters & Students * Must be member
Full 100
One Day 75
 

Early Bird Registration Rates are available through June 30. If you have questions about your membership status to receive the deep discount on registration, please contact Megan Zanto or the office (317-257-2040) prior to completing your registration. Meals are not included in registration. You can add on one of the meals for an additional cost of $45: ILF Luncheon (Tuesday-Nov 13), Awards & Honors Banquet (Tuesday-Nov 13), Book Awards Luncheon (Wednesday - Nov 14). These meals are open to everyone to attend. On-site registration for meals is unavailable. 

Registration and a short content description for the IPLA pre-conference will be available by June 1. 

*Selected speakers will receive a small discount for their contribution. If you have submitted a proposal for Annual Conference, please do not register until you hear from the ILF office by the end of May. 


More information coming soon!

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