International Conference on Mindfulness 2024

Accessibility and Sustainability
Accessibility and Sustainability
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We aim to make the conference as widely and easily accessible as possible, and to be as sustainable as possible. There will be online access, satellite hubs internationally, live interpretation in a range of languages, and sessions will be recorded for future access.
We’re dedicated to making this conference a warm and welcoming space for everyone. If you need a quiet place, there will be a room just for that.  And if you’d like to connect with folks who share similar interests, we are looking into affinity groups you can join. Whether you’re new to conferences or just feeling a bit unsure, our team are working to help you feel comfortable and included. Everyone has something valuable to share, and your presence at the conference will only make this gathering richer. So, come as you are! And of course, this includes all the different visible and invisible identities we each bring with us –  race, gender, sexual identity, religion, age, class, disability, neurodiversity, nationality or culture – whatever identities we have and communities we’re part of, everyone is genuinely welcome at ICM:2024.
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If you would like further information about the venue or where to stay during the conference – we have additional information on our About Bangor page. We also have an FAQs page. Most of the conference will take place at the Pontio Centre on campus. There is a lot of information about accessibility on their website which you might also find useful. We are keen to support any additional needs and accommodations, for example, if you require British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation at the conference, please get in touch to discuss further with a member of the team.
If you still have questions about your visit then you are welcome to contact us directly via
We aim to keep costs for all attendees as low as possible, and to offer bursary places through sponsorship and other funding. This conference is not for profit, and jointly hosted by Bangor University and The Mindfulness Network charity. After covering the costs of the conference, any surplus will be retained in a special fund managed by the two partner organisations and used to support mindfulness teaching and research. At the conference venues themselves, as much as possible will be done to minimise environmental impact.
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