Frequently Asked Questions
ADL is the leading anti-hate organization in the world. Founded in 1913, its timeless mission is “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. A global leader in combating antisemitism, countering extremism and battling bigotry wherever and whenever it happens, ADL works to protect democracy and ensure a just and inclusive society for all.
Never Is Now is the world’s largest annual summit on antisemitism and hate. By attending this event you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Join crucial conversations about antisemitism, bigotry and hate.
- Hear from incredible experts and thought leaders with a vision for creating lasting change.
- Discover how you can take immediate action in your community and beyond.
- Make personal connections with members of ADL’s global community.
- Find the inspiration you need to continue fighting hate for good
Never Is Now will take place from March 6-7, 2024 in New York City at the North Javits Center. We suggest you arrive at 7:30am on the 6th and 7th so you have time to go through security, check your bag and be seated by 8:30am. The programming will end around 5:30pm on the 6th and 3:30pm on the 7th.
The National Leadership Summit (NLS) is two days of programming within Never Is Now specifically for members of ADL’s national leadership bodies (Global Leadership Council, National Commission, ADL ACT) and Glass Leadership Institute (GLI) participants and alumni to come together, learn, and engage around critical anti-hate issues. If you have specific questions about NLS please email Romy Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Admission tickets are $395 for March 6-7 and Platinum Pass tickets are $545 for March 6-7. There is also a discounted ticket for seniors (65+).
The cost to attend Monday – Tuesday NLS Only programming is $395, and $550 for the full NLS/Never Is Now Combo pass. Rates are also available for NLS plus one day of Never Is Now and for the Never Is Now Platinum Pass.
A Platinum Pass provides preferred seating, access to the ADL Frontline Lounge, an exclusive check-in experience and more.
You can register here!
We hope you will be able to join us. If you need to cancel, all registration fees will receive a 50% refund until January 22, 2024. Cancellations on January 23, 2024, or after will not be eligible for refunds. You can cancel or modify your registration with your confirmation number or email email@example.com.
While the high school student track is closed for schools to register, high school students can individually attend separate from their schools if they’re accompanied by a chaperone. If interested, please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
While all Never Is Now programming is appropriate for high school students, high school students and educators can register for the High School Student Track on March 7th for an exclusive experience. This event is at no cost to educators and students. Together, students will attend panels, participate in an exclusive ADL-led workshop, build connections with teens from other schools, debrief in student-centered discussions and explore their role in challenging antisemitism and championing justice in their communities. Centered on topics raised in other Never Is Now sessions and panels, students will work with their peers and ADL facilitators to construct strategies for applying the learning to their own lives, their schools and the world around them. Educators will receive a resource guide to prepare their students for the experience and continue the learning beyond the Never Is Now Summit. You can register at here or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Yes, we will be offering CLE credit for Never Is Now. During the registration process, you will have an opportunity to indicate your interest in receiving CLE credits and will receive communication around the offering.
The inaugural Never Is Now College Student Track will empower students with the tools they need to combat antisemitism on campus and online in this uniquely challenging environment. College students are invited to both days of programming (March 6-7) with exclusive college student programming on Thursday, March 7th for only $36. You can register here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
To get the most out of Never Is Now, we encourage you to come for the full two days of this inspiring event, but we do want to make it possible for everyone to take part. So we have made a limited quantity of single-day tickets available.
The Javits Center offers wheelchair accessibility. If you need an additional accommodation or have questions about accessibility, please email email@example.com.
We have a variety of hotel discounts for attendees that can be found below.
$239 per night for one king (studio room)
Last day to book to receive preferred rates is 2/3/24
$339 per night for one king or two doubles
Last day to book to receive preferred rates is 2/5/24
$269 One King; $289 Two Doubles
Last day to book to receive preferred rates is 2/2/24
*Current GLI class members: The cost of a shared double occupancy room at the Westin New York at Times Square is included in the cost of your National Leadership Summit registration. Participants can opt for a single occupancy room for an additional cost.
*GLI Alumni: ADL has set aside a block of rooms at the Westin New York at Times Square that you can book at a discounted rate. The last day to book to receive the preferred rate is 2/12/2024.
*Current GLI participants and GLI alumni should contact Romy Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding NLS lodging.
Attendees will be joined by global leaders in the fight against antisemitism and hate including Co-Anchor, ABC News, “Nightline”, Juju Chang; Journalist and Author, Abigail Pogrebin; Nas Company, CEO, Nuseir Yassin; Author and Founder of the Tel Aviv Institute, Hen Mazzig; Social Media Activist, Montana Tucker; Inaugural Rabbinic Fellow, ADL, Rabbi David Wolpe, and many others. Check out our growing speaker list here.
The agenda includes a variety of dynamic panels tackling crucial conversations about antisemitism and hate such as Jewish Communal Safety, Media & Entertainment, Antisemitism on Campus, Extremism and Disinformation, and more. Check out the Agenda here for more info.
A kosher lunch will be provided, along with coffee, tea, and water throughout the day.
There is no strict dress code, however, we suggest comfortable shoes and business casual attire.
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