Non-English Meeting Calendar

Below is a calendar of non-English ITAA meetings. We currently have meetings in Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Hebrew, Russian, Polish, Korean, and Arabic. Meeting times are displayed in your local time zone. You can find the details for each meeting, including the video link, dial-in numbers, and meeting focus, by clicking on the meeting event in the calendar.

Meeting times are displayed in your local timezone.

How do meetings work?
If you will be joining a meeting for the first time, there’s no need to be nervous. Most of our meetings are very simple; each meeting has a chairperson who leads the meeting, and most meetings are one hour long. The chair and other volunteers read some opening statements, before we open the meeting for members to share. There is no requirement to share, and it’s okay to just listen. You can share how you are doing, introduce yourself and what brought you to ITAA, or ask questions. Unless requested by the member sharing, we do not offer suggestions or comments in response to other’s shares; we simply listen gratefully and non-judgmentally. At the end of the hour, the meeting will end with some closing statements, after which members usually stay on the line to talk casually, ask questions, and exchange contact details.

Any member of ITAA may start a new meeting. If you would like to start a new meeting, please send a message through the contact form with the meeting day and time, the meeting name, and a brief description to include on the event, and we will add your new meeting to the calendar. Please also indicate in your message whether you would like to use one of the two ITAA zoom links (which are open to all members) or an alternative meeting link. If you’d like more guidance, you can review our suggestions for starting a new meeting.

Accessibility for speech and hearing impaired members

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