Registration for the 18th IACC is now Open
The IACC welcomes approximately 1500 people to each conference and anyone is welcome to register to participate. We seek to have broad representation from Non-Governmental Organisation, Intergovernmental Organisation, Government, Private Sector, Media Sector, Academia, as well as students and citizens.
Registration fees for the 18th IACC
|Classification||Early Bird Rate Until 10 September 2018 (fees are listed in EUR excluding 25% VAT)||From 11 September 2018 (fee are listed in EUR excluding 25% VAT)|
|Full Conference Pass||400||500|
|Full Conference Pass — Reduced Price*
(for NGOs, academic institutions and students)
|Accompanying Person Pass**||200||250|
* Please note that you will be asked to show proof of eligibility when entering the conference venue.
** Admission only to social events, including the Films for Transparency festival.
***Participants with Day Pass are entitled to attend all sessions and social events for the registered date only, as well as complete access to the Films for Transparency festival.
All Registered Participants are asked to respect the Anti-Harassment Policy
In order to ensure that the IACC creates a positive interactive experience for all participants, TI-S developed an Anti-Harassment Policy for events and meetings that provide guidance to prevent, investigate and stop incidents of harassment in the spirit of equality and Transparency International’s values. For further information during the event on the harassment policy, please visit the IACC main information desk.
We hope this section of FAQs can help you through the process and answer some of your questions.
Press Accreditation Opening in July 2018
The Press Accreditation is available to journalists working in any media. All the conference sessions are open to the media. To become accredited for the 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference, please complete the form below by 1 October 2018:
After 1 October 2018, Press Accreditation must be done in person at the Press Accreditation Centre at the conference venue, the Bella Centre in Copenhagen.
If your organisation is requesting accreditation for more than a journalist or a group, please complete a form for each person and indicate that they are part of a group of the organisation.
Press Accreditation Terms
Press accreditation for the 18th IACC is available for journalists from all fields (print, online, TV, radio, web, and photographers). Those who receive press accreditation for the 18th IACC will not be subject to any fees.
To become accredited online, please complete the 18th IACC Press Accreditation Form and attach:
- A clear photocopy or scanned copy of your valid professional press card.
- Freelance journalists without press cards are required to provide an official assignment letter from the responsible editor confirming assignment to cover the 18th IACC.
- Online press without press cards should provide an official letter signed by their editor confirming the assignment to cover the 18th IACC. This letter should also contain information about the website and daily hits on the site.
The status of your accreditation will be confirmed no later than within one week after the submission of your accreditation form. Online accreditation assures that your credential will be ready for pick-up once you arrive at the Conference. It is strongly recommended that applications for accreditation be submitted online as early as possible in order to avoid delays.
When collecting your press badge at the conference, a press ID, belonging to the person mentioned in this form and valid at the time of the Conference, is necessary. Accredited journalists are exempt from the conference registration fee but are responsible for travel, accommodation or visa expenses related to the conference. Please note that failure to present a valid press ID on-site will result in the need for payment of the full delegate registration fee or denial of admission in the conference.
Accreditation applies to all events taking place as part of the official Conference agenda, including social events. Special or side events which are not part of the Conference agenda are not included in the accreditation. If you would like to attend an event outside the official agenda please contact the media representative directly.
Press credentials will be available at the media accreditation counter at the entrance of the venue, the Bella Centre Copenhagen.
Please note that press passes are not transferable. Lost press passes must be reported immediately to the onsite Media Coordinator.
Upon arrival, press will be given:
- Press identification badge (yellow)
- Press kit (English)
Onsite accreditation will be granted during the entire Conference, provided the accreditation form and other required supporting documents are completed on location. However, to avoid delays at the Conference, it is advisable to apply for online accreditation in advance.
General inquiries or questions relating to technical requirements and logistical matters should also be sent to [email protected].
Press Filing Centre
The press filing centre will be indicated on the Conference venue map. The centre will provide work stations and computers with updated software, desks and hook-ups for working with your own laptop, IT support, broadband WIFI internet access, printers, fax machines and mobile phone signal. Where possible, copies of speeches, press releases, the Conference Programme, a press conference schedule and other relevant information will be available.
18th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)
Theme: TOGETHER FOR DEVELOPMENT, PEACE AND SECURITY: NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT
Dates: 22-24 October 2018
Location: Bella Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Please note that journalists accredited to cover the 18th IACC are responsible for their own travel and hotel arrangements.