National Advocacy Conference

We Gather to Speak out for Taiwan Together

Introduction

FAPA National Advocacy Conference is mainly for its members in the United States. This is a three-day event where FAPA members discuss the status of US-Taiwan relations and major Taiwan-related initiatives on the Capitol Hill. Participants also learn and practice lobbying skills before visiting the offices representing their districts during the third day of the National Advocacy Conference. In 2019, FAPA members attending the Conference visited 86 Congressional offices in total.

Program Overview

  • Date: 2020.09.14 - 2020.09.16
  • Location: Washington, D.C.

Program Fee

2019 National Advocacy Conference

FAPA Member
$100
  • $50 Program Fee + $50 Deposit
Non-FAPA Member
$150
  • $100 Program Fee + $50 Deposit

Topics of 2019

  • US-Taiwan Free Trade Agreement
  • U.S. Policy Towards China
  • US-Taiwan Relations from 2016 to 2019
  • Taiwan’s Policy Towards the United States
  • PRC’s United Front Work in the United States
  • Hong Kong’s Anti-Extradition Bill Movement
  • 2019 FAPA’s Issues of Concern
  • Group Discussion: Designing Advocacy Strategy
  • Twin Oaks Meeting
  • Congressional Visits

Keynote Speaker

  • 2018 – Andrew Yang (2020 President Candidate)
  • 2019 – Si-Kun Yu (Former Premier of Taiwan) & Ting-Yu Wang (MP of Taiwan)

RSVP Timetable

July 15

Open for RSVP

August 10

Last Day for RSVP

August 12

Send Confirmation Email

Sep 14 - 16

Conference Days
  • Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation.