cancelled -- Conference on Global Citizenship Rome 2020

March 13 – 14, 2020

Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Current and projected CDC and WHO warnings dictate that we cancel the conference in the best interest of our speakers and attendees.


This spring, the Yale International Alliance will bring together some of the world’s brightest minds and impactful leaders in Rome to answer the question of what it means to be a global citizen. Will you join the conversation?

Register now for the opportunity to: Build your global network as you connect with established and emerging corporate, NGO, and arts leaders who are making an impact on the international stage; Learn about innovative new approaches to sustainability, corporate leadership, civic engagement, and the arts that redefine what it means to be a global citizen; and Discover new ways to create global change alongside a community of passionate and engaged leaders who are already making a difference.

Program Details and Speakers
Discounted Hotel
Everyone is invited to join the YIA for our inaugural Conference on Global Citizenship, March 13-14 in Rome, and enjoy two days of lively debate and discussion with global leaders including Marvin Rees, Mayor of the City of Bristol, United Kingdom; Marc DuBois, former Executive Director of Medicins Sans Frontieres-UK/IE and current humanitarian consultant; Abhik Sen, Head of Innovation and Partnerships, Commonwealth Secretariat; Nixi Cura, Senior Fellow, Executive Masters, Royal Academy of Arts; and more. Wherever you are in the world and whatever your field, the Yale International Alliance’s Conference on Global Citizenship will be an unparalleled opportunity to engage a global community of scholars, alumni, and international leaders on some of the biggest questions of our times. We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information register and join and informational webinar on Wednesday, February 5, 8:30 a.m. EST

Conference on Global Citizenship 2020