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Pre-conference process (PCP)

  • For the first time, a pre-conference process (PCP) was planned; which started in December 2021. As part of this, four pre-working groups (PWG) have turned their attention to the conference’s main themes. The task force team of the IMCB22 is organising the PCP concerning the themes of COVID-19 (PWG 1) and fair migration (PWG 4). The activities within PWG 2 (digitalisation, migration and the future of work) and PWG 3 (impacts of climate change on migration) are coordinated and supervised by the networking unit “Paradigm Shift”, which runs under the auspices of Technische Universität Berlin. The aim of the process is initiating an exchange of knowledge and experience among renowned academics and experts from politics, business and civil society in order to make a sound contribution to the preparation of the content of the conference. Until July 2022, the PCP’s core will be webinars, which are one-hour events and involve the PWGs’ members as well as external partners. The results of the PWGs’ work is supposed to flow into the conference and to help identify possible results or recommendations for action.

    We will be keeping you up to date on the status of the PCP and the upcoming webinars on our website and via our newsletter and the IMCB22 Twitter channel.

  • The IMCB22 will offer an attractive and varied programme of workshops. The electronic process for submitting workshop concepts has been online since December 2021. Not only can workshops be submitted, participating with an individual paper or poster is also possible.

    All speakers are required to register for the conference by buying a ticket through the regular process to ensure their abstracts are included in the programme and to guarantee their attendance. Registering this way is also necessary for participants whose individual papers or posters have been approved and wish to be at the conference (the decision to include a poster in the program remains unaffected by the ticket purchase). Here, it is possible to buy either a ticket for the entire conference or a ticket for the respective day of the attendee’s presentation/participation. If you are interested in holding a workshop at the IMCB22 or submitting a paper or poster, you will find all the important details on our website.

     

Conference participation

  • Early-bird tickets can be ordered via the website from late April 2022 to late June 2022. From July 2022 to 28 August 2022 tickets will be available at the regular price.

    Ticket

    Category

    Early bird

    late April 2022 to late June 2022

    Standard

    July 2022 to 28 August 2022

     

  • Ticket

    Price in € (incl. VAT)

    Early-bird conference ticket bought late April 2022 to late June 2022

    (Entitles the holder to participate in all conference components as well as to avail themselves of all services offered as part of the conference at the bcc Berlin Congress Center and take part in the study tours and the opening event.)

    250.00

    Full-price conference ticket bought July 2022 to 28 August 2022

    (Confers same participation rights as early-bird ticket.)

    300.00

    Discounted ticket for non-profit organisations and students

    (Confers same participation rights as early-bird ticket.)

    150.00

    Day ticket

    (Available for the three main days of the conference (6–8.9.2022). Entitles the holder to participate in all conference components on the respective day, to book a place at the cultural or evening event and to avail themselves of all services offered as part of the conference at the bcc Berlin Congress Center.)

    100.00

    2-day ticket

    (Available for the three main days of the conference (6–8.9.2022). Entitles the holder to participate in all conference components on the respective day, to book a place at the cultural or evening event and to avail themselves of all services offered as part of the conference at the bcc Berlin Congress Center.)

    150.00

    3-day ticket

    (Available for the three main days of the conference (6–8.9.2022). Entitles the holder to participate in all conference components on the respective day, to book a place at the cultural or evening event and to avail themselves of all services offered as part of the conference at the bcc Berlin Congress Center.)

    200.00

    Digital conference ticket

    (Entitles the holder to participate virtually in the plenary session, the high-level forum and all symposia.)

    50.00

    Cultural event

    20.00

    Closing event

    30.00

     

  • Should the conference have to be cancelled in part or fully, any registration fee already paid, except for booking fees, will be reimbursed swiftly.

  • Information on cancellation conditions will be available from late April 2022 in the booking section of the conference website.

  • See the conference website from late April 2022 for further information about this.

Other information

  • The PhD Forum will be held on Sunday, 4 September 2022, and is intended to give university students the opportunity to pose questions to and enter into academic discussion with participants from political, scientific and governmental circles about the conference topics ahead of the event itself. The PhD Forum is implemented in cooperation with Technische Universität Berlin. Further information can be found on our website.

  • The conference’s supplementary programme will comprise study tours and an opening event at Berlin’s town hall, the Rotes Rathaus, on 5 September 2022. On 7 September a cultural event will be held at the Futurium. The closing event will take place on 8 September 2022 at the Tempodrom. Participation in the cultural event or the closing event requires the purchase of the corresponding separate ticket; this can be done together with payment for conference registration.

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