RECE 2018

Registration for RECE 2018 –

Inequality in Early Childhood Education and Care

 

We are delighted to invite you to the 26th International RECE Conference at DPU in Copenhagen, Denmark (Tuborgvej 164, 2400 København NV).

 

Membership to RECE is not included in the conference fee. We encourage you to join the RECE community to support the conference, journal and website. Become a member here.

 

RECE 2018 Fees

Early Bird registration

Registration after august 1st 2018

Students, Practitioners and low GDP countries*

2.100 DKK

2.700 DKK

Researchers and Academics

 

3.200 DKK

3.900 DKK

 

The registration fees include:

  • Tea, coffee and ice water available all day
  • Bread/cake, juice and fruit morning and afternoon
  • Lunch
  • Reception
  • Conference Dinner
  • Conference rooms (Wi-Fi and projectors in all rooms)
  • Excursion

Best regards,

RECE Host Committee

 

 

Deadline for refund is September 30th

 

*Please note that the crucial factor for the reduced Low GDP fee is not the country of origin but the country of residence.

As grounds for determing the GDP status of a country, the World bank data for 2016, GDP per capita is used. The threshold for low-GDP country status is an annual per capita GDP which is lower than 71% of the GDP of the total EU.

 

The only countries eligible for the low GDP (Gross Domestic Product) reduction are:

  • African countries
  • Asian countries (with following exceptions: Bahrain, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong SAR, Israel, Japan, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Macau SAR, Qatar, Singapore, UAE)
  • Latin American countries (exception: Bahamas)
  • and the following countries in wider Europe:
    Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, FYR of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,Turkey and Ukraine.  

Delegates from all other countries need to register as Delegates from high GDP Countries.