If You’re Crazy Enough to Think You Can Change the World, You Probably Can

Are you the next Rosie the Riveter? Martin Luther King, Jr.? Cesar Chavez?

The 2015 IAM Women’s, Young Workers and Human Rights Conference, to be held October 7-11 at the Caribe Hilton in San Juan, Puerto Rico, will highlight and inspire the next generation of movers and shakers.

Click here for the call letter and registration forms. Be sure to sign up by September 9 to save $50 on your registration fee.

“As IAM members, we’re unapologetic about our demand for dignity and human rights for all workers,” said IAM General Vice President Diane Babineaux. “At the 2015 IAM Women’s, Young Workers and Human Rights Conference, we’ll discuss the ways we can amplify our voices to create positive change like never before.”

The conference agenda includes speakers, workshops and panel discussions relevant to current issues facing workers from every background. Participants will gain a better understanding of how women’s, young workers and human rights issues affect everyone in the workplace.

Still not signed up? Register today!

Then, join the conversation on the 2015 IAM Women’s, Young Workers and Human Rights Conference Facebook event page. Use the hashtag #IamRight15 on social media to connect with fellow IAM activists before, during and after the conference.