'Current Practices and Challenges in Built Heritage Conservation'

#IICCongress

2
Nov
2020
- 6
Nov
2020

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World Class Speakers, Sessions, Networking, Tours and Debates - all online

We are delighted to announce that online registration will be free for IIC members, presenters and members of the local organising and technical committees – and we have also taken measures to make membership affordable to all and as accessible as possible by introducing a number of attendance bursaries and grants, whatever your location or employment circumstances.

Congress this year is FREE for new and existing IIC members . Join IIC now to secure your free place at Congress and get the benefits of membership straight away!

All the papers and posters are published in advance online with Studies in Conservation, and are available for free to IIC members to view months ahead of the Congress. This has been made possible through the hard work of our editors and contributors as well as through the kind support of our preprint sponsors Historic Environment Scotland and Tru Vue, Inc.

Registration for IIC Congress

• FREE for IIC Members and Institutional Supporters for On-Demand Access (30-days from 7 November 2020 to 6 December 2020)
• £25 for Non-Member On-Demand Access (30-days from 7 November 2020 to 6 December 2020)

Registrations to participate in the live programme have now closed, however it is possible to still register to access the congress site and view all recorded content, papers and posters on-demand for 30-days from 6 November 2020.

On-demand Registration includes:

  • Access to ALL sessions on-demand after the Congress week for a period of 30-days (7 November 2020 to 6 December 2020).
  • Digital access to ALL papers and posters through the platform with downloads of the Congress Preprints (printed version available to purchase separately)
  • Opportunity to view IIC's Point of the Matter Dialogue
  • Access to virtual exhibition, recorded exhibitor demonstrations, workshop and meeting sessions
  • Option to view selected and specially arranged virtual tours of Edinburgh and Scotland.

Please note: Registrations for On-Demand Access Close on 6 November 2020


How to Register

You can still register for 30-day on-demand access here

Registrations to access the live programme are now closed. If you have not received your registration link for the congress please contact the IIC Office iic@iiconservation.org.
By registering for this event you consent to receiving communications about this event, both before and after, and you agree to the sharing of your name, organisation & title, and/or partner organisation(s) hosting this event. Attendees also agree to the sharing of their name and organisation with other delegates at the event.

Please note full registration to access the live congress progamme has now closed, although we have extended the date to register for IIC Members, Regional Group members and Network Friends until 30 October to be able to access the live programme starting on Monday 2 November.

Special Rates for IIC Regional Groups, Affiliated Groups and Network Friends

We introduced a special £25 registration rate for IIC Regional Group Members (GE-IIC, IG-IIC, SF-IIC,IIC Hrvatska grupa, Nordiska Konservatorförbund, IIC Japan and Österreichische Sektion IIC), this includes on-demand access to the congress site for 30-days.

Members of IIC's affiliated groups as well as our wider network of global friends that have expressed an interest and connection to the congress theme can benefit from a special rate. Groups include: NZCCM, ICOMOS-Australia, IHBC, Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association, Cathedral Architects Association and RIBA - we are pleased to be able to offer members of these groups a special registration rate of £25.


Live Hub Events

We are also working with IIC Regional Groups, our Institutional supporters as well as wider network including universities, museums, galleries, libraries, studios and other interested parties to host live ‘hub’ events (up to 50 people), where conservators, cultural heritage professionals and students can gather in their network and watch presentations as a group or online remotely if it's not possible to meet in person. We are running two extended Q&As on Thursday 5 November and Friday 6 November to cover Asia-Pacific and other regional time zones, please see the online programme for up to date timings.

Institutions and Universities

Data and Privacy
We (IIC) need to collect some personal information from the Institution or University registering their staff, students or researchers (up to 5 staff for Institutions and 25 staff/researchers/students for Universities) to attend the Congress online in order to process registrations and provide access to the Congress platform. This includes name, role and contact email address for individuals, and any special accessibility requirements that we are told about. We will only use this personal data to contact the individual about the Congress beforehand if necessary and to facilitate the individual's attendance to the Congress online. You can find out more about how we manage personal data and about your rights in IIC's Privacy notice found in the website footer or here.

All individuals attending the Congress online will be asked to acknowledge and agree to the Community Guidelines and Code of Conduct for participating in an IIC event online. All polices and general conditions for registration are available as digital downloads at the bottom of this web page.


Operational Planning and Access Information

The Congress will be held in English with presentations transcribed into English, we are looking into offering a number of translations online, which will be informed by participant numbers from Regional areas. All submissions and presentations should be in English.

Please let us know any additional or special accessibility requirements including digital access support on the registration form to ensure we can best accommodate.

If you struggle to access the registration page, please email the IIC Office iic@iiconservation.org for support. We are use third-party organisations like, Eventbrite, to process the registrations for us. Eventbrite is based in the United States and is registered with the Privacy Shield. You can see how they manage your data in their privacy notice on their website. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk

We have put in place flexible policies for registration