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2022 Arctic Circle Assembly Registration

Welcome to the 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly taking place at Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavík Iceland, October 13-16.

Registration is open until October 11th.

Registration fees for the Arctic Circle Assembly include the following:

  • Full access to all Plenary and Breakout Sessions on the three days of the Assembly, October 13-16
  • Morning coffee on Thursday, October 13
  • Afternoon coffee and snacks on Thursday, October 13
  • Welcoming Reception on Thursday, October 13
  • Morning coffee on Friday, October 14
  • Afternoon coffee and snacks on Friday, October 14
  • Evening Reception on Friday, October 14
  • Morning coffee on Saturday, October 15
  • Afternoon coffee and snacks on Saturday, October 15
  • Evening Reception on Saturday, October 15
  • Admission to the Arctic Circle Club on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • Registered participants may also book networking rooms for special meetings on the first floor of Harpa during the Assembly.

The Citizens category comprises individuals with no organizational, institutional or company affiliation.

In order to reduce food waste, lunch needs to be booked separately.

Admission fees are charged in ISK.

Please note that participation in the Assembly can often be covered by a vocational training fund (ísl: starfsmenntasjóður).

If you encounter any issues in registering for the Assembly, please contact conferences@icelandtravel.is.

Cancellation of Registration
• A cancellation made more than 4 weeks prior to arrival will be charged 25% of the registration fee.
• A cancellation made less than 4 weeks but more than 2 weeks prior to arrival will be charged 50% of the registration fee.
• A cancellation made less than 2 weeks prior to arrival will not be refunded.


VISA
Important: Arctic Circle can only issue letters of invitation confirming that you are registered to participate in the Assembly. We do not assist with visa applications. Each participant must personally apply for a visa at the relevant consulate or embassy. COVID-19: Today (July 2022) there are no COVID-19 restrictions in place at the Icelandic border, nor any domestic restrictions. However, before traveling please make sure you familiarize yourself with rules regarding entry to Iceland as well as rules when re-entering your own country of residence.

PRESS
Information for Press Accreditation.

VOLUNTEERING
Do you want to volunteer?

If you wish to be a volunteer at this year's Assembly please contact conferences@icelandtravel.is, to get information about volunteering and to register.

Please email us at volunteers@arcticcircle.org if you need to contact us.

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