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2009 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference
Posted Date: 2009-11-05

2009 World Appreciative inquiry Conference

Amazing Conference in Kathmandu -- Joining the positive change revolution!

The 2009 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference featured 400 top leaders, practitioners and scholars from 40 countries who focused on strength-based approaches for change and development. With a focus on lifting up best practices and stories of success from around the globe, this event turned out to be the premier learning and collaborative opportunity for today’s leaders, managers, and development professionals in government, non-government, and business and change agents at ever level of society. 

One after another, participants pulled me aside to say that this event in Kathmandu was "The Best Ever!"

Hosted in exciting, spiritual Nepal which--out of the world's limelight in a world wracked by conflict--has successfully waged a peaceful revolution to end a decade of Maoist rebellion, dismiss a royal dictatorship, restore democracy... and is now writing a new constitution built on peace & human rights.

Read more about our program and online conference TODAY!

You didn't make it to Nepal?? JOIN US ONLINE !! 

The magic continues!



There's no need to miss out!  An extraordinary Virtual Conference took place in tandem with the face-to-face conference and you are invited to participate ONLINE with others from around the world who are still buzzing with excitement from the event! 





So if you didn’t get to Kathmandu, join this exciting event right from your computer:

·         Watch video archives of the keynote and panel sessions that occur in Nepal

·         View papers, documents, websites and multimedia presentations from your colleagues

·         Participate in online discussion boards on a variety of topics – or create your own

·         Collaborate in live chats and interactive events with people from all continents

·         Read blogs and see pictures from participants in Nepal

·         Share your ideas for projects that will be unfolding in Nepal

·         Review and reflect on materials for up to 60 days after the conference!


The Online Conference will be supported through iCohere which provides an easy to use online environment where participants can collaborate, learn and co-create together. The Online Conference will offer both real-time and on-demand sessions and activities connecting participants logged in from around the globe with the events and dialogue unfolding in Nepal.  Access to the Online Conference site -- with all materials and presentations from the Conference--will be available for up to six months after the Conference.


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The 2009 AI Conference International Advisory Board

Henrick Kongsbak, Denmark          Ron Fry, Cleveland, Ohio, USA             Naresh Karmalkar, Mumbai,India        

Sue James, Australia                     Anne Radford, London, UK                    Ada Jo Mann, Washington, DC, USA

David Gatare, Rwanda/Uganda     Nadya Zhexembayeva, Slovenia           Naureen Amin, Sierra Leone     

Philippe Belien, Belgium              Michael Prince, Australia                       Jacqueline Wong, Singapore

Paul Kolala, Zambia                      Myriem Le Ferreard, France/N.Africa    Joep C. de Jong, Netherlands    

Mette Jacobsgaard, Denmark/UK   Anastasia Abukashe, South Africa         Pernille Hippe, Denmark

Catherine McKenna, Canada         Daniel Dunkhase, Berlin, Germany        Rose Fuentes, Philippines       

Denise Lalonde, NY, USA              Jane Magruder Watkins, VA, USA           Malcolm Odell, Washington, DC, USA

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