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Registration Fees

Registration fee covers participation in the two-day conference, meals/refreshments, access to the evening event and the conference community + app, the delegate book.
Standard delegate rate
£985 + VAT**
*** Premium delegate rate
£1,495 + VAT**
Charities and NGOs with an annual turnover ≥ £1 million
£599 + VAT**
Charities and NGOs with an annual turnover < £1 million
£485 + VAT**

*** PREMIUM DELEGATE: With this ticket you will receive:
• Access to a designated area of the venue where you will be able to engage in intimate networking with speakers and VIP guests.
• The opportunity to contribute to the sponsoring of an exceptional scholar from a developing country. These are the people from the frontlines- the activists, social entrepreneurs and social workers who are triggering real change on the ground.
• Access to our curated side events to join in on private discussions on 'Slavery and Supply Chains.'

** VAT charged at 20%.

* Early Bird Rate doesn’t apply due to highly discounted rate. Limited number available, please book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

^^ All pricing windows are subject to availability.

* This year we have introduced special academic and student rates and they are available upon request only, please contact tahsin.ahmed@thomsonreuters.com to register.
* Academic rate
£395 + VAT**
* Student rate
£195 + VAT**

* You will need to provide a letter from your university/ college or an ID confirming your full time academic status. We only have a limited amount of tickets at these rates, so do book early to avoid disappointment.

** VAT charged at 20%.

^^ All pricing windows are subject to availability.

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For any ticket queries please email Tahsin Ahmed or call on +44 207 542 7535.

Press accreditation

Please note: due to limited space, each accreditation is subject to confirmation. If successful, you will be notified by email. A press pass does not cover accommodation, travel, or any other expenses.

Visas

* If you require a visa to travel to London we will provide you a letter of support for the visa once you have registered.

Who Attends

From India to Mexico, the conference brings together the best minds, leaders, and doers from a diverse range of sectors. In 2016, 700 delegates from 50 countries attended the conference, including representatives from:

GOVERNMENT

US Ambassador-at-Large Luis CdeBaca, Former Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues Cathy Russell.

TOP LAW FIRMS

White & Case, Baker & McKenzie, CMS Cameron McKenna, LinkLaters, Latham & Watkins, DLA Piper, Ashurst, Dentons, Hogan Lovells International LLP.

MEDIA

The Guardian, BBC News, Le Monde, Financial Times, Sky News, Evening Standard, Grazia, CNN, Globe & Mail, Estado d. Sao Paulo, Corriere della Sera, Marie Claire, and others.

GLOBAL CORPORATIONS

The Coca Cola Company, Gucci, Blackberry, The Walt Disney Company, Primark, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, Twinings, RBS, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett Packard and others.

NGOS AND FOUNDATIONS

Ashoka, Kering Foundation, Global Fund for Women, CARE, OXFAM, Plan UK, Stars Foundation, Action Aid, The British Asian Trust, Unicef.

Accommodation

Venue

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

Broad Sanctuary,

Westminster,

London SW1P 3EE

United Kingdom

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Sponsors

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Presenting Sponsors

Executive Sponsors

Supporting Sponsors

* With thanks to Trixie and Stephen Brenninkmeijer, Susan Gibson and Thomson Reuters Foundation Ambassadors *

Media Partners

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Contact us

Tahsin Ahmed

Tickets

+44 207 542 7535

tahsin.ahmed@thomsonreuters.com

Louise Johansson

Speakers and Programme

+44 207 542 9211

louise.johansson@thomsonreuters.com

Zeina Najjar

Media Partnerships

+44 207 542 5817

zeina.najjar@thomsonreuters.com

Aditi Thorat

Sponsorship

+44 207 542 0094

aditi.thorat@thomsonreuters.com

Jenny Vereker

Media Enquiries

+44 207 542 8111

jenny.vereker@thomsonreuters.com