The conference will take place over 5 days, 13 – 17 September.
Access to the conference will be via a virtual platform which can be used on both mobile and desktop devices.
Sessions will be a combination of pre-recorded and live streamed sessions. All live streamed sessions will be recorded and made available to delegates via the conference platform, so that sessions may be revisited. Networking sessions will be included in the conference programme.
A copy of applicant’s student card or evidence of student status must support application for student concession rate
LMIC delegates £135.00
Criteria to qualify for low- or lower-middle income country (LMIC) rate:
Academic, policymaker, civil servant or practitioner based in a university, school, government institute or national civil society organisation in a low- or lower-middle income country as defined by the World Bank (see link for latest country classifications).
You will need to register using your institutional e-mail address and/or by providing proof of your employment if you are using a personal e-mail address. Please request an access code to this rate firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: staff (international or national) working for an international development agency, multilateral institution, international NGO or an Embassy based in in one of these countries will be expected to pay the standard rate.
BAICE Members will receive a £30.00 discount from registration fees please use the discount code provided by BAICE
Bursary places – Bursary places will be made available initially to those selected to present in the conference programme.