Conference Registration is now live and you can book your place at the conference. The main conference takes place on Wednesday 9-Thursday 10 September 2020, with pre- and post-conference workshops and visits taking place on Tuesday 8 and Friday 11 September. You can also reserve your places at all the other exciting things taking place that week, such as the Blackpool Buffet and Ballroom Bash at the Imperial Hotel on Thursday 10 September.
Early Bird prices are available until 28 June 2020, after which prices will increase by about 10%. Because we are trying to encourage an inclusive, full participation feel to the event, signing up to attend the whole conference includes the pre-conference workshops and the buffet dinner, and really is a bargain!
In order to allow as many people as possible to engage with the conference, we have a number of free and subsidised places available. More details will be found on the registration page.
|Early Bird (until 28 June)||Subsidised Early Bird (until 28 June)||Full price (from 29 June)||Subsidised full price (from 29 June)|
|All-inclusive package (including 2-day conference with lunch and refreshments, plus pre‑conference workshops and buffet dinner)||£400||£250||£450||£275|
|Single day conference with lunch and refreshments||£180||£120||£200||£135|
|Young people aged 10-16||Free||Free||Free||Free|
|Places and Faces visits||£30||£20||£30||£20|
|Evening activities (Ghost Walk or Illuminations ride)||£10 adults
|Buffet and Ballroom Bash||£40||£30||£40||£30|
|“Pay forwards” for the cost of a young person’s meals and refreshments||£50||£50||£50||£50|
|Carbon offsetting||£25 or £50||£25 or £50||£25 or £50||£25 or £50|
You can register for the conference via Oxford Abstracts. (If you don’t already have an account, you will be asked to create a free account.)
We’re pleased to announce that we have some bursaries available (up to £1000 per bursary, plus free conference attendance) for overseas not-for-profit organisations (eg community, voluntary or charity organisations, but unfortunately not universities) whose abstracts have been accepted for the conference, but who would not be able to attend without support. These are funded by the University of Brighton’s Responsible Futures. Please note, we cannot offer a bursary without acceptance of an abstract(s).
If you are interested applying for the bursary please download the application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org together with a copy of your abstract and confirmation that your abstract has been accepted for the conference. The form asks for a statement of up to 500 words stating what your organisation would contribute to the conference and the wider Resilience Revolution, over and above delivery of your talk or workshop, plus details of the budget for your attendance, and indication of any visa requirements.