Why attend CILAC?

If you are an NGO, charity or foundation, CILAC is…
  • an opportunity to promote your work, mandate and accomplishments to multiple stakeholders
  • a chance to participate in regional collaboration and initiatives to reach the Sustainable Development Goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda
  • an opportunity to network with innovators, researchers, political decision-makers, the press and civil society
If you are a government representative, CILAC is…
  • a way to promote your government’s initiatives and share your approach to sustainable development in your country
  • a chance for regional collaboration and collective problem-solving to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  • an opportunity to network with other high-ranking government officials from all across the region
If you are a business or corporation, CILAC is…
  • the chance to promote the work your business or corporation is doing
  • a way for your business to contribute to the achievement of the Agenda 2030 Sustainable Goals and to support developments in science
  • a chance to network with government officials, researchers, innovators, students, and civil society
If you are a citizen with curiosity, CILAC is…
  • the chance to explore all of the latest advances in science and science policy happening across Latin America and the Caribbean
  • the opportunity to have your voice and ideas heard in the context of solving some of our region’s challenges in sustainable development
  • a chance for regional collaboration and collective problem-solving
  • an opportunity to present your government’s work to researchers, businesses, and citizens alike
If you are a journalist or media officer, CILAC is…
  • the chance to report on one of the region’s most innovative and unique multi-stakeholder platform featuring a range of important influencers
  • the chance for you to tell the story of science and sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • an opportunity to network with businesses, government officials, students, scientists and civil society
If you are a student, researcher or academic, CILAC is…
  • the chance to present your work and research to a diverse, multidisciplinary audience  and to learn more about science, technology and innovation in the region
  • a platform to share and exchange your knowledge and experiences from your field
  • an opportunity to network with businesses, government officials, the media, other scientists and civil society
  • the chance to participate in a collaboration that seeks to use science to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development