The Organising Committee is pleased to confirm that
Dr Simon Adams, of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect,
will be giving a keynote address at the conference. Further speakers will be confirmed soon.
The 2021 Conference will take place in a hybrid form: panellists and attendees can participate either in person, or online.
COVID-19 and a Hybrid Conference
Because we are living in unprecedented times, this conference will take place both online and in-person, to ensure the event is as accessible as possible for all participants and attendees.
By taking this approach, the opportunities to participate in this conference can be much more inclusive, allowing people who may not normally be able to travel to the UK to participate in this event.
Panellists will have the option of attending in-person or presenting remotely online.
Attendees will be able to join the conference live, online, and interact with the speakers and panellists through online Q&As. When registration opens, there will be a limited number of spaces for attendees to purchase and register for in-person attendance.
Should coronavirus restrictions be eased, numbers for in-person attendance will be increased accordingly. However, should restrictions be tightened, or the UK enter a further ‘Lockdown’ situation, numbers for attendance will be reduced, or the conference will be moved online completely.