The UNCA Neighborhood Revitalization Conference, in partnership with the Alliance for Children and Families, is held annually during the summer in Washington, D.C. The conference brings together stakeholders in comprehensive community building, including local practitioners from around the country, thought leaders, government representatives from the local and federal level, funders and other stakeholders.
2013 UNCA Neighborhood Revitalization Conference
The 2013 conference will take place June 27-28 at the Washington Court Hotel. The conference schedule will be announced in the spring. UNCA is accepting proposals for this year’s conference in the categories listed below. Download the call for presentations here to see full description of categories and submission instructions. The deadline for submissions is February 8, 2013.
- Resident and neighborhood engagement
- Effective practice
- Cross sector partnerships
- Multiple modalities
- Data and evaluation
- Elements of an effective partnership
2012 UNCA Neighborhood Revitalization Conference
The 2012 conference featured in depth discussions on successful neighborhood revitalization initiatives, funding and sustaining initiatives over the long term, and methodology on integrating programs and coordinating partners. The keynote address was delivered by U.S. Secretary for Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan. A full conference schedule can be viewed here. Download the conference brochure here.
2011 UNCA Neighborhood Revitalization Conference
During the conference’s inaugural year, keynote addresses were delivered by U.S. Secretary for Education Arne Duncan and White House Domestic Policy Advisor Melody Barnes. A full conference schedule can be viewed here. Download the conference brochure here.