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How Many People Can Attend the Congress?
The Congress is open to the public for general participation. Original planning includes 40 plus Congress Voting Member organizations and 100 additional individuals, General Participants.
What is a Congress Voting Member?
NHFC has invited organizations promoting health freedom in the U.S. to be Congress Voting Members. During a limited time in the first morning of the Congress these members convene the Congress circle, and share their strengths and campaigns with each other and strategize ways to work together, strengthening the health freedom movement through unity and solidarity. For the remainder of the days, General Participants and Congress Voting Members will have the opportunity to discuss important issues and develop collaborative strategies to strengthen the vision of health freedom.
What is a Congress General Participant?
In addition to Voting Members, NHFC has planned for 100 individuals called General Participants and leaders to be able to attend this event. During the time that the Congress is not convened, Voting Members and General Participants will fully participate in the entire event activities including working group sessions, workshops, meals, and the Health Freedom Awards Banquet. During the limited time that the Congress is convened, General Participants will be seated in the circle directly behind and surrounding the Congress and will have full access to the Congress proceedings. They will not have microphone access or be able to vote or to participate in the deliberations of the Congress unless requested to by the Congress itself.