New Dates Announced

As you are all aware, COVID-19 is continuing to spread in new places across the globe. Given the latest WHO guidance, the unpredictable nature of the virus and the growing number of travel restrictions in place, the Secretariat has made the extremely difficult decision to postpone the International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit until September 20-24, 2021.

Read the full update.

The 2021 SBCC Summit

The Social and Behavior Change Communication community can unleash transformational change around some of the world's most pressing challenges, including poverty, gender equality, protecting the planet and ensuring that all people enjoy
health, peace and prosperity.

At the International SBCC Summit, we will harness this power as people from across the globe come together to examine the most recent evidence and innovations, build on our diverse methodologies, debate our way forward and highlight successes and challenges. 

This Summit promises to be the biggest one yet as we dig even deeper, cover more topics and chart a path forward together.



Palais des Congres
Boulevard Mohamed VI
Marrakech 40000

Registration Prices

General Admission Rate
All attendees not eligible for the LMIC, student or young professional rate
LMIC Practitioner Rate
For attendees whose passport is issued from a country in the World Bank's list of low- and middle- income countries
Young Professional Rate
All attendees under 30 years of age are eligible, regardless of geography
Student Rate
Attendees currently enrolled in an accredited college or university

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Please note that English is the primary language of the Summit. However, there will be Arabic, French and Spanish interpretation available during all plenary and some breakout sessions.

Although the Summit website is mainly in English, important documents and information will be translated into Arabic, French and Spanish.