Media registration for ILGA-Europe's Annual Conference 2018

Interested in covering ILGA-Europe's 2018 Annual Conference in Brussels? 


***CLOSING DATE FOR MEDIA REGISTRATION: Monday 22 October 17.30 CET. ***


The deadline for media accreditation for the Brussels conference has now passed.


Do not submit any information using this form after 17.30 on 22 October. It will not be monitored and your application will not be confirmed.

 

To request late registration, please contact the ILGA-Europe communications team directly:

 

 

Please include your name, email, contact phone number and name of your outlet with your email.

 

Access to the conference will only be available to accredited journalists who have received confirmation from ILGA-Europe, have registered at the ILGA-Europe registration desk, and are wearing their media pass. 

 

***Please note: any accreditation requests sent after 17.30 on Monday 22 October are not guaranteed to be approved before the conference. (This email address will not be regularly monitored.)***


Background info:

As the ILGA-Europe Annual Conference must be a safe space for our community to attend, media do not have general access to all programme spaces, only a set number of public sessions.

 

More information on the timing and content of the sessions open to the media will be provided to journalists who have been approved for access. This will be done via the official IE Brussels 2018 conference app for media. Information on how to access the app will be shared after your registration is confirmed. 


Photography and filming are only permitted during plenary sessions and panel discussions in the conference venue, with the exception of clearly designated ‘no photography’ zones.

 

Conference workshops are generally closed spaces - please inform ILGA-Europe's Senior Communications and Media Officer if you are interested in a specific topic.

 

Access to the social programme is not included as part of the media pass. (Social activities must be safe spaces for activists.)

 

Media registration does not entitle you to meals or accommodation. ILGA-Europe are not in a position to cover travel or related costs.

Links to the newspaper, magazine, TV station, radio network, blog site, online/internet media or other media you write for. (Please include links to any of your recent work on the rights of LGBTI people/equality/human rights in Europe, or your Twitter handle.)