Inclusion BC Conference

Welcome to Everybody Belongs, Inclusion BC’s annual conference. This is B.C.’s premier learning event on community inclusion and diversity and it marked our 44th annual learning event. We hosted the three-day event in Surrey, B.C., from May 26-28, 2022, at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

Originally planned for the spring of 2020, the conference was postponed due to COVID-19.

We are very proud to co-host with Uniti and the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo.


Featured Speakers and Events

Margaret Wheatley: Who Do We Choose To Be?

 “I know it is possible for leaders to use their power and influence, their insight and compassion, to lead people back to an understanding of who we are as human beings, to create the conditions for our basic human qualities of generosity, contribution, community, and love to be evoked no matter what.” Margaret Wheatley.

Margaret is a “warrior for the human spirit” focused on bringing out the best our human qualities — generosity, insight, and compassion! She is a best-selling author of nine books including, Who Do We Choose To Be? Please mark your calendars, and save the date.

Sarah Jama: Putting Inclusion into Practice

Sarah Jama is a community organizer from Hamilton, Ontario. She is the co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO), an organization committed to building the political and community power of people with disabilities.

Putting Inclusion into Practice: Change making is difficult work. Many people have the right intentions, but are unsure of how to put their intentions into practice. This often leaves people with the right language feeling stuck in terms of actions and impacts. Sarah Jama, co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario will explain how to move past inclusionary rhetoric and move toward building toward change. Through exploring her history with anti-racist organizing, disability justice organizing, and cross solidarity organizing, she will lay out the best practices for coalition building and grassroots organizing in our local communities for real change.



Self Advocate, Youth (16-30), Student

  • Early Bird (by April 15, 2022) $175
  • Regular $195

Family member

  • Early Bird (by April 15, 2022) $350
  • Regular $375

Inclusion BC Member Organization(staff and board)

  • Early Bird (by April 15, 2022) $350
  • Regular  $375

Professional (Non-Member of Inclusion BC)

  • Early Bird (by April 15, 2022) $375
  • Regular $400


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