10th Child in the City World Conference5-7 October 2022 Dublin, Ireland

F.A.Q. – Frequently asked questions – Child in the City World Conference

Read the answers to the most common questions regarding our upcoming conference. If your question is not on the list, feel free to contact us.

1. What is the Child in the City World Conference?

2. Why should I participate?

3. Who organises the Child in the City World Conference?

4. How can I register?

5. How can I get in touch?

6. Where is the venue located?

7. What is the new date of the conference?

8. How long is the conference?

9. Can I register for only one day?

10. How many speakers will there be?

11. What are the conference themes?

12. What can I visit in Dublin?

13. How do I get to the conference from the airport?

14. Are hotels included in the registration fee?

15. Will there be food included during the conference?

16. How much is the conference fee as a delegate?

17. How can I take part in the field trips?

18. Child in the city on social media?


Answers:

1. What is the Child in the City World Conference?

This international event is a project of the Child in the City Foundation. The Child in the City World Conference has the full support of our host, Dublin City Council and the Irish Department of Children and Youth Affairs. The 10th Child in the City World Conference will be held in Dublin, Ireland. The new dates will follow as soon as possible.
We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

2. Why should I participate?

By attending you will be part of an international gathering for research and good practice in creating child friendly cities. During the event all major practitioners, local politicians and academics will come together to discuss the rights and wellbeing of children throughout Europe and beyond.

Furthermore, the Child in the City Conference is one of the leading events on the latest child friendly policies and research studies. There will also be a networking exhibition room available where top researchers and scientists will display their projects on a poster presentation.

Attend sessions from expert speakers in the field of child friendly cities from all over the world.

3. Who organises the Child in the City World Conference?

Child in the City World Conference is owned and organised by the Child in the City Foundation with the support of the Conference Agency ProMedia Events & Conferences.

4. How can I register?

Registration will open soon.

5. How can I get in touch?

For inquiries, please contact our Project Manager, Marieke Bouman:

Project Manager
Marieke Bouman
marieke.bouman@childinthecity.org

6. Where is the venue located?

Dublin Castle:
Dame Street,
Dublin 2,
D02 V240

www.dublincastle.ie

Dublin Castle is located at the very heart of Dublin.

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

7. What is the new date of the conference?

The conference would originally take place in September 2020 but has now been postponed. The new dates will be announced as soon as possible. The confirmed speakers will receive more information in March.

8. How long is the conference?

It is a 3 day event.

9. Can I register for only one day?

No, this event is a 3 day event registration only.

10. How many speakers will there be?

Over 100 speakers including children’s professionals, university lecturers, researchers and city planners from all over the world will share their knowledge and research on child friendly cities.

11. What are the conference themes?

1. Connecting green and play
2. Connecting generations
3. Connecting health and play
4. Connecting children’s mobility and sustainable futures
5. Connecting urban parenting to urban planning
6. Connecting immigrant families to social communities

Detailed information about the themes can be found here.

12. What can I visit in Dublin?

More information will follow soon.

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

13. How do I get to the conference from the airport?

The venue Dublin Castle is located in the heart of Dublin.

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

14. Are hotels included in the registration fee?

No, but we will select a list of preferred hotels with special discounts for our delegates. More information will follow soon.

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

15. Will there be food included during the conference?

Yes, for the people who will attend live we will provide lunches, small bites & coffee breaks throughout the conference days.

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

16. How much is the conference fee as a delegate?

Registration will open within a few weeks.

Delegate: €490,- (early bird) / €690,- (regular)

Student: €175 (please be aware that you will be required to provide a student ID at the registration desk)

Online ticket: €199

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

All prices are excluding VAT

17. How can I take part in the field trips?

More information on the fieldtrips will follow soon

We closely follow the developments regarding the coronavirus and we follow the guidelines set by the experts. Therefore this conference will be organized as a hybrid event: live (if allowed) and online.

18. Child in the city on social media?

Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages for more news and information.