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Register for VOICES Annual Symposium

VOICES 22nd Annual Remembrance Symposium
Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10

Voices Center for Resilience is excited to announce that registration is open for VOICES 22nd Annual Remembrance Symposium! Once again, the event will be held in partnership with the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association and the International Network Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence.

The Symposium will be held on Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10 at the New York Marriott Downtown Hotel. The two-day event features presentations by distinguished individuals who have dedicated their professional careers working in national security, law enforcement, victim services, mental health, compensation, and investigations - in the aftermath of 9/11 and other acts of mass tragedy.

The Symposium is held in person and also available via live stream. The event is free, but space is limited and registration is required.

If you are interested in opportunities to sponsor the event, purchase a commemorative tribute ad, or make a donation to support our work, click here.

Building Trust Through Partnerships
The September 9 Program highlights the important collaboration between LinCT-AA, INVICTM, and VOICES. Presenters will share expertise based on firsthand experience, identify challenges, and propose solutions through public-private partnerships, in the US and abroad. The agenda is focused on lessons learned by leaders in national security. All are invited to join us via live stream.
Forging Pathways to Resilience
The September 10 Program provides an opportunity for the 9/11 victims’ families, responders and survivors to gather in advance of the 22nd Anniversary. Many of the individuals and organizations that continue to provide long-term support for the 9/11 community will provide updates on the myriad of ongoing issues that are still relevant over 2 decades later. Presentations will be informative for professionals providing support for communities impacted by other tragedies.
The September 10 Symposium is available to all, in person and via live stream.