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GLOBAL HEALTH & HUMANITARIAN SUMMIT

EMORY UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, ATLANTA, GA


APRIL 1– 3, 2011 ADMISSION: FREE
Visit www.imvc.org For Registration & Details
What is the event all about?
• A vast array of speakers, exhibitors, & performers in all areas of humanitarian work
& peace-making, including a Sunday evening presentation by the real Patch Adams!
• Participants from Atlanta, across the United States, and a host of other countries, such
as China, South Korea, Brazil, Uganda, Ghana, & Kuwait
• An opportunity to learn, share, and help create innovative approaches for improving
the overall well-being of the human race (improve health, decrease poverty, promote
peace, etc.)
A Humanitarian Festival:
• Fri. April 1st & Sat. April 2nd 7 – 10pm - Entertainment programs to showcase the
humanitarian-themed works of musicians, dancers, poets, clowns, and other
performers
• Sat. April 2nd & Sun. April 3rd 8:30am – 5:30pm - The spirit of this gathering of
philanthropists to ring loud and clear all day through presentations, panels, break-
outs, exhibits. Bring your family for intergenerational fun at the Kid’s Corner (10am
– 5pm) – art, toy-making, music workshops, clowns, & more!
• Sun. April 3rd 5:30 – 8pm – Closing Key Note Presentation by internationally
acclaimed humanitarian Patch Adams (the real clown doctor who was played by
Robin Williams in the 1998 Warner Brothers movie)
Do you want to make a difference? Do you have a story to tell?
Are you a Non-Profit Organization looking to network?
Register to attend the Summit!