Unfortunately the time has come to draw the conference to a close. Firstly, we would like to thank the speakers for all the educating and interesting talks you presented. We greatly appreciate your attendance to the conference and couldn’t have asked for more. We would like to thank all the participants. Without your enthusiasm, passion, and dedication, it wouldn’t have been half as enjoyable. You guys made it notably easier to run the conference, making it less stressful for us! And last but definitely not least, the sponsors, donators, and caterers. Without your support, this conference would not have been possible.
Thanks again everyone, and we look forward to seeing you all again in a years time at the next European conference!
On behalf of the organising committee,
Sultan Al Haddad
We’ve got Dr Ken Shadlen as one of our speakers! For short bios of the speakers, click here.
We are pleased to announce Adi Dagan as one of our speakers for the conference. Go to our speakers page to find out more.
We are glad to announce Sarah Chan as a speaker for our European conference. Take a look at our speakers page to find out more.
Mr Jamie Love is now one of our speakers! Get more information in the speakers page.
Harry Thangaraj will be speaking at the conference. He is the Director of the “Access to Pharmaceuticals” Project, at St. George’s University London
We are delighted to announce that Christian Wagner-Ahlfs will be one of our speakers during the conference weekend. Visit our speakers page for more information.
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During the coming London conference, we are trying something new with some of our workshops and need your help to make it happen.
On the Saturday afternoon we have a slot of 1h30 reserved for ‘Guacamole’ i.e. workshops that you can dip in to and dip out of with ease. The sessions are going to be diverse: some are very practical (e.g. how to use Google Groups), whilst others are educational in a far broader sense (e.g. a session playing protest songs with recycled drums run by a samba protest band). We need willing volunteers who are willing to run sessions! If you are interested at all, or woult like to learn more, please contact email@example.com
One of our socials will involve live jazz music!
Have a listen below to prepare yourself for a great night.