The global learning forum is the largest NGO capacity building conference focussed on learning and development. This year we are co-hosting with long-time member InsideNGO as part of their annual conference. Network, learn and transform through our dynamic, interactive and engaging sessions. All the benefits of both conferences in one great, not to be missed, event.
Meet the experts. Collaborate on innovative projects and develop the tools you need to build capacity in your organization.
A great line up of sessions led by partners, members and friends of LINGOs. These sessions will give you the tools you need to frame the future of learning.
Registration is Now Open!
To book your ticket click on the ‘Regular Ticket’ button below and register with InsideNGO to join us for this amazing conference and all things learning.
Member Discount Ticket
Each member organization has access to one 50% discounted ticket. To access this single discount click the ‘Discount Ticket’ button below.
Submit your Session Proposal
Call for Session Proposals
At last year’s event we had over 25 dynamic and engaging sessions that inspired us to think about the changes we need to make in our own organizations.
We are now calling for sessions, submit your session through InsideNGO (specifying it is for the LINGOs track).
“The level of passion and excitement across the group of attendees was definitely palpable. I left feeling reinvigorated and excited to be in this field again“. – Jennifer Pesek, Conservation International
“I really enjoyed the GLF and had many interesting conversations and made good connections.” – Anne Signe Hørstad, Transparency International Norway
“In my view, the best value is as a time for members to network with other NGO-specific colleagues, learn to leverage the few tools we have better, and plan/strategize about the future direction of the consortium and our job function.” – Rich Peavy, Samaritan’s Purse
“The session topics and keynotes were excellent and future focused. Very helpful to have a venue where we can explore these ideas together and make them relevant to an international NGO context.” – Laura Musoke, World Renew