GSWE 2012


Official symposium language


Conference venue

Conference venue - 7A Odenplan, Odengatan 65 (map)


Please note that registration is binding. If you cancel before May 1, 40% of the total fee will be retained. No refunds will be made if you cancel your participation on May 1, or later. E-mail


If you are a citizen of a country outside the EU, you will in most cases need a visa to visit Sweden. Find out how to apply at the Swedish Migration Board. With your application, you may have to enclose a letter of invitation from ESBRI, the organisation arranging the conference. Download the invitation letter.

Travel and tourism

There is plenty to see and do in Stockholm. Take the chance to explore Sweden’s capital for a couple of days. Visit Stockholm has all the information you need. SL (Stockholm public transport) can help you get around.

If you’re planning on seeing more of Sweden, Visit Sweden is a good place to start.


Stockholm is a beautiful city by the water which can be sunny and warm in June – or, frankly, quite chilly and rainy! Wikipedia has a climate chart.


The organizers of the conference do not take any responsibility for injury or damage involving persons or property. Participants are advised to take out their own personal insurance.


Are you on Twitter?

Hashtags for the events are #gswe14 and #diana14

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Learn from the best

Adjoa Boateng, Susan G. Duffy, Karin Nilsdotter, Colette Henry, Signhild Arnegård Hansen and Mai-Li Hammargren are some of the speakers that you can listen to – and interact with – in Stockholm June 15-18. Read more