14-16 September, Imperial College, London.
All tickets have now been sold. Webstreaming available.
With more than 60 sessions planned and over 600 people booked at some point in the weekend, this year's Conference will be the biggest in our 41 year history.
All tickets have been sold. There will be no walk up tickets. However you can participate from home by watching our live webcasts:
Friday (Courtesy of local group member Denis Walker)
Earthmovers Showcase, 5.30pm, click here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q0tbOV0e48
Saturday (Courtesy of Underwood Street based webcasting company Axisto)
Re-energising our communities, 10am, with Alan Simpson, click here - http://www1.axisto.co.uk/webcasting/foe/conference-2012/index.html
Art and Ecology, 11.45, with Danny Chivers (poet), Liz Jensen (novelist) and Ben Todd (Arcola Theatre), click here http://www1.axisto.co.uk/webcasting/foe/conference-2012/index.html
Rally, 5pm, with Vivienne Westwood, Caroline Lucas and Lidy Nacpil, click here http://www1.axisto.co.uk/webcasting/foe/conference-2012/index.html
Do also follow @wwwfoecouk on Twitter, as well as our media partner New Internationalist ( @newint) . Both will be accounts will be livetweeting from the event on the #foeconf hashtag.
View the final programme to find out the full details:
Here is a taster of what will be happening:
**ALL WEEKEND TICKETS AND SATURDAY TICKETS HAVE NOW BEEN BOOKED. RALLY-ONLY TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE HERE **
The deadline has passed for travel subsidies. The deadline has also passed for booking onsite accommodation. However there are two YHA hostels nearby, or you could couchsurf or stay with friends.
Want to find out what Conference is like?
Watch this short film to discover why Conference is such a highlight
Conference for me is an explosion of concentrated energy that takes me through the year - giving me the inspiration, support and knowledge to do something meaningful. The world turns the right way up when I come to Conference.
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