About Poverty Cure Summit

The Poverty Cure Summit provides an opportunity for participants to listen to scholars, human service providers, and practitioners address the most critical issues we face today which can either exacerbate or alleviate poverty. These speakers will join panel discussions to discuss the legal, economic, social, and technological issues pertaining to both domestic (U.S.) and global poverty. Rooted in foundational principles of anthropology, politics, natural law, and economics, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the root causes of poverty and identify practical means to reduce it and promote human flourishing.

Early Bird Event Pricing

$49 (Through October 15)

Regular Event Pricing
$99
(Open Until November 15)

Confirmed Speakers

Anthony Bradley

Anne Rathbone Bradley

Amity Shlaes

Noelle Mering

Kim Tan

Jordan Ballor

Stephen Barrows

Suzanne Birch

Garreth Bloor

Philip Booth

Karol Boudreaux

Isis Brantley

Timothy Carney

Oren Cass

Dan Churchwell

Paul Cowley

Paul Edwards

Marlo Fox

Carl Benedikt Frey

Peter Greer

Samuel Gregg

Ismael Hernandez

Randy Hicks

Dan Hugger

Thomas Keppeler

Eric Kohn

Al Kresta

Mauricio Miller

Michael Matheson Miller

John Miller

Jennifer Roback Morse

Jay Richards

Lucas Rouggly

Rev. Robert Sirico

Baroness Philippa Stroud

James Tooley

Shoshanna Wiessmann

Brad Wilcox

What to Expect

Listen to keynote sessions and panels with subject-area experts on major poverty-related topics.

Network with other professionals, clergy, entrepreneurs, and graduate students

Ask questions live of our speakers and panelists

Access to an extensive video library from the Acton Institute

Earn a Poverty Cure Digital Certificate to include on LinkedIn and social media

POVERTY CURE SUMMIT ESSAY COMPETITION

We are excited to introduce an essay contest in coordination with our 2020 Poverty Cure Summit. Undergraduate students are invited to submit a 500-600 word essay for the chance to win up to $5,000. To be eligible, students must participate in a minimum of two sessions of the online Poverty Cure Summit taking place November 18-19, 2020.

Additional information can be found at: povertycuresummit.org