International Conference on Mindfulness 2024

ICM:2024 Mindfulness in a changing world
Frequently Asked Questions
ICM:2024 Mindfulness in a changing world
Frequently Asked Questions
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Further information regarding speakers, the programme, and tickets.

Tickets are available to purchase here.

Part of our vision involves removing financial barriers, as much as we can, by offering bursaries towards the cost of a conference ticket. 

Please see our Bursaries page for an option to apply for a 25-50% bursary contribution towards the price of the conference ticket fee.

While detailed timings of events will be provided for all attendees, a broad indication of the running order can be found on the programme page.
The conference begins at 14:00 on Friday, 2 August, with a welcome note from Rebecca Crane. Please arrive early to complete registration and settle into your local accommodation.
For 2.5 and 5-day pass holders arriving in the morning or the day before the conference, there is an option to attend one of three pre-conference workshops starting at 9am in the Pontio Centre at Bangor University. Our team will be available in Pontio to welcome you during registration on Friday.
The closing keynote from Jon Kabat-Zinn will be from 17:15 to 18:30 on Sunday, 4 August.
The main conference concludes at 18:45 on Sunday.

We have a dedicated Accessibility page to support those attending ICM:2024 at Bangor. The Conference Team are committed to holding the conference in a way that creates an inclusive, welcoming atmosphere for all.


Accommodation is not included in the ticket price and you will need to arrange your own place to stay for the duration of the conference. Suggested accommodation, food and travel options have been provided on the ‘About Bangor’ section of this website. Please note that ICM:2024 does not assume responsibility for third-party accommodation.

Some parts of the conference will be recorded. Purchasing a 2.5 or 5 day in-person ticket automatically includes 6 months online access to recorded materials, which will be added to our Community site after the event.

Online-only tickets are available now for those who prefer to attend remotely, offering you the chance to join our conference from anywhere in the world. While we aim to make a significant portion of the conference accessible virtually, the exact details and scope are currently being determined and may not entirely replicate the in-person event’s atmosphere and networking opportunities. 

Abstract submissions closed on Friday 1 March 2024

Yes. Please visit Our Partners page for more details.

If you are interested in having a stand at the conference, please visit our Exhibit at the Conference page for more details.

Please contact to express an interest in volunteering and a member of our team will be in touch closer to the event.

If you are travelling from abroad you may require a visa to attend the conference. Please ensure that you apply in plenty of time if you require one. More information can be found from the UK government at this link. You may also want to check with your local immigration department.

You may also be interested in attending ICM:2024 through one of our International Hubs. Details will be announced soon.

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