This conference is about advancing liberty and prosperity for all Americans by leading the way to more effective and informed online activism.
Founded by Americans for Prosperity Foundation, the signature RightOnline Conference brings together industry leaders in the fields of new media, information technology, and advocacy communications. Over two non-stop days, we will educate and equip you and hundreds of committed citizen activists with the tools and resources to win the debates and advance the cause of limited government and free enterprise.
RightOnline was launched in July of 2008, with more than 600 activists and bloggers attending the first ever RightOnline Conference in Austin, Texas. It was the first conservative alternative to the leftwing Netroots Nation Convention (formerly known as YearlyKos).
Since the first conference, RightOnline has expanded into a broader initiative that includes state-based and local grassroots training seminars aimed at promoting and increasing citizen participation in the public policy process through the use of online tools.
Today RightOnline is known as a best-in-class event featuring highly sought after speakers and panels. Our attendees come for the incredible learning environment, networking opportunities, cutting edge content, and inspiration generated by likeminded advocates for liberty.
RightOnline has received extensive media coverage in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, Washington Times, National Journal, C-SPAN, National Public Radio, and many other outlets.
About AFP Foundation
Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) is committed to educating citizens about the value of limited government and a free market economy. AFP Foundation’s educational programs and analyses help policymakers, the media, and individual citizens understand why policies that promote the American enterprise system are the best method to ensuring prosperity for all Americans. To that end, AFP Foundation hosts conferences, like the RightOnline® Conference; to educate citizens and engage them in today’s policy discussions, issues policy papers, and promote limited government and free market principles.