FAQs

When does the conference start and finish?

Registration opens at 8:30am on Friday 21st February 2020. The first session starts at 10.00am. The last session on Friday ends at approximately 9:30pm. The last session on Saturday ends at approximately 6.30pm

Where is the best place to stay?

There are plenty of local options to suit all budgets. We suggest using sites like Airbnb, TripAdvisor, Premier Inn and Trivago to find a place that suits you.

Are day tickets available?

The conference has been designed as a two day conference with a theme that will cross both days. Because of this we will not be offering day tickets. To guarantee your place, buy a whole event ticket.

Are seats allocated?

No, your ticket provides you with a seat in all sessions, but those seats are not allocated, it’s first come first served.

Can I get a refund on my ticket?

Unfortunately, the deadline for refunds has passed and no further refunds are available. 

What’s included in the ticket price?

Your ticket to The Justice Conference gives you access to all sessions of the conference across the two days. Meals and accommodation are not included in the ticket price. There’s a range of food and accommodation options local to the venue.

Is there anything for children?

There will be no children's programme. Under twos are free, with an accompanying adult. Children aged two and over are welcome to attend the main programme sessions at the full ticket price, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a ticket. We're sorry we have to charge for their ticket, it's because we're low on space! 

There is no official lower age limit for the conference, but it's worth noting that the content discussed may not be suitable for young children, as we discuss some of the injustice we see on our doorsteps and around the world today. All children (under 18 years) who attend must be accompanied by their responsible adult at all times and will be the responsibility of that adult.

 

How do I get to the venue?

The Drum at Wembley is well served by local transport options. 

The 8348392182 and 206 buses all stop near the building and the nearest station is Wembley Park(Metropolitan and Jubilee lines). View the local bus route map pdf and live local travel updates.

There is Blue Badge parking and cycle spaces at the centre, but only a limited number of paid-for parking spaces. Go to the Brent Civic Centre car park page for more information.

Is there wheelchair access?

The Drum at Wembley is a fully accessible venue. There is wheelchair access to all rooms and spaces. There is also Blue Badge parking available.

I'm having issues booking my ticket what should I do?

If you're having problems booking tickets, please email our ticket providers Essential Events Management: info@eem.solutions

Can I promote a cause I'm passionate about?

Although we acknowledge that there are lots of worthwhile causes, we are unable to cover all of them in the programme or exhibition. We do not permit the distribution of leaflets or approaching other attendees if you or your organisation is not an official partner or exhibitor of The Justice Conference. 

What is the the background to the logo for The Justice Conference?

The Justice Conference logo came from a poster created for the very first conference in Bend, Oregon in 2011, although the poster art was actually finalised and printed as art pieces earlier in February of 2010. The art juxtaposes an African girl, depicting strength and dignity, and a flower emanating from barb wire, representing beauty from ashes, hope and overcoming. The formal logo is snipped out of the flower and barbed wire. It was created in 2011, along with the typographyand put into the circle in early 2014. The Justice Conference logo has been used globally since then.
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