The Community Village
Host an exhibition booth. Showcase your projects. Connect with the community.
Interested in having a booth or table at RightsCon Toronto? Excellent -- we have options for you! See below for more information.
Be a part of the RightsCon Community Village
This year at RightsCon Toronto, we're introducing a new way to connect with other community members. The Village is our dynamic, mixed-use space where organizations, companies, and institutions can show off their projects, initiatives, tools, and research throughout the conference. You can learn more about who makes up our global community here.
The Community Village has both paid and free-of-charge (reserved for NGOs and community organizations) booths. If your organization is interested in hosting a booth at RightsCon, please fill out the form below so we can work with you to reserve a rotating or permanent booth space.
A few helpful reminders before you start:
The RightsCon Community Village is located in the main conference area at Beanfield Centre. It's a mix-use area that receives significant foot traffic and gives conference attendees space to set up meetings, do some work, or even chill out in a beanbag chair or hammock.
Exhibiting organizations are provided with an 8' by 8' open (non-enclosed) space to set up their products, services, or research. Each exhibition space is equipped with one 6' table and two chairs. Additional items including, but not limited to monitors, easels, stools, and other furniture can be brought in at an additional cost. if you need a larger space, let us know and we'll work out special arrangements.
Exhibiting organizations will be responsible for all materials required for their space, aside from those ordered through RightsCon. Exhibitors must manage all custom requirements for materials brought into the country, loading materials into the conference space, setting up the booth, and removing materials at the conclusion of the exhibition period. All booth must be staffed by the exhibitor throughout the exhibition period. Further details regarding shipping, load-in and set up windows, and storage will be provided to interested exhibitors.
Exhibiting organizations will receive detailed information regarding set-up timing and logistics ahead of the event. Paid exhibition space will run for the duration of RightsCon and set-up will take place on Day Zero (May 15, 2018). Community organizations will be given time to set up prior to their four-hour slot.
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