1 day to go before registration closes | VSE Annual Conference 2020

16 Nov, 2020

Dear VSE members, friends and partners

Registration for VSE Annual Conference 2020 closes on Tuesday, 17 November at 11:59 PM (CET). 

Are you sure your colleagues or networks fellows are well-informed about all opportunities related to attending the conference this year? Share the info and invite them to browse the programme and register online.

This is a last chance to book your place at this year’s 1-day online event featuring more than 30 internationally renowned experts on 5 stages: leading thinkers, hi-tech innovators & victim support specialists. Register now: https://2020.vse-conference.eu/ 

When: Thursday, 19 November 10:00 am – 16:00pm (CET) Price: free Language:English

This year’s edition will feature speakers who are using technology to improve the services provided to crime victims and aims to explore the ‘tech for social good’ landscape.

Here is a preview of what you can expect at this year’s conference plenaries:

The second part of this year’s edition boasts 5 side events with an amazing line-up of speakers. We’re bringing together some of the smartest minds in social impact to share their expertise in a small group setting. You won’t want to miss this:

There are 2 options to participate in our conference:

☑️ You can join the online event in ZOOM (plenaries) and in Microsoft teams (side events). For this, you will need to register first: https://2020.vse-conference.eu/registration/

This option will give you an opportunity to interact with other conference participants in a conference chat.

☑️ You can watch our conference live (plenaries only), it will be streamed on VSE’s Facebook page and YouTube Channel. No registration required.


Our conference is free but if you are able to do so, please make a donation to enable us to continue our work for vulnerable victims through our Facility Dogs project: training for 5 dogs and 10 handlers to support at least 200 victims. 


DONATE ONLINE:
 https://2020.vse-conference.eu/donate/

Together we can ensure that victims of crime in Europe and all around the world receive the most appropriate, fair, and innovative support services.