Achieving Better Relationships with Self, Others, and Your Community. Discover tools and techniques to intentionally practice compassion to self, others and the environment. Learn how to address non-compassion in self and in everyday life. Find out about the global work associated with the Charter for Compassion.
Compassionate DFW and Crow Museum of Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas
Conoly Barker - Secretary/Treasurer, Compassionate DFW
Saïd Majdi - Member of the Board and Science & Research Advisor, Compassionate DFW
ABOUT THE COMPASSION CONFERENCE
The Compassion Conference is held annually by Compassionate DFW where local people and professionals gather to share their expertise and views on the chosen topic of the year. This year's topic is “Compassion In Action: Achieving Better Relationships with Self, Others & Your Community”. Our goal is to increase awareness of the critical importance of the value of compassion and embrace intentional compassion and compassionate action as the norm with the Golden Rule as operating principle in all actions and activities. It is also an effort to learn from distinguished speakers who actively promote compassion in their communities and organization. Our world needs more compassion. Spend a day learning practical tools and processes to intentionally practice compassion in the world.
WHO ATTENDS THE CONFERENCE?
Distinguished guests from various backgrounds from all walks of life are invited to this event. At our first conference, we had guests that included members of the government, business persons, media members, university professors, artists, community leaders and members of Compassionate DFW and the Charter for Compassion.
Keynote speaker: Robert E. Hall, author of “This Land of Strangers”. Plus experts in the field of compassion in education, the environment, business, healthcare, self-care, mindfulness training, the science of compassion, and many more.
GET YOUR TICKETS
Click the button below to purchase tickets for the conference. General admission tickets are $75. A limited number of tickets are available for faculty/staff and students (ID required) for $40 and $20, respectively.
DOWNLOAD THE CONFERENCE MOBILE APP
We aim to provide the best attendee experience, and we ask you to contribute to saving our planet by reducing unnecessary printing. Make the most of your time at the conference with our Eventee Mobile App. Look through the conference program, create your own agenda by selecting the sessions you want to attend, book your seat on limited capacity workshops, give real-time feedback to speakers, ask questions and give your opinion straight from the app, and arrange side meetings with other attendees through chat--easy networking. Download the app to your mobile device through Apple App Store or Google Play by searching for "Eventee". Access through the app is allowed only after you register to attend the conference.