Pre-Opening Plenary in Jerusalem
On the day prior to the official launch of the ICCG 2015, on Saturday 25 July, a pre-opening plenary titled “Feminism and Social Change in Palestine” that will take place in the garden of the Kenyon Institute (CBRL) in Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in East Jerusalem, between 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm. (click here for map)
With the exception of the Evening Program, registration is required to attend ICCG 2015 activities. Please wear your badge at all times. The registration desk is located at the entrance of Friends Boys School Campus (see map on page 53) and will be open at these times:
Sunday 26 July 2015, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 27 July 2015, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 28, Wednesday 29, and Thursday 30 July 2015, 8:30 am – 11:30 am
85 panels and round tables will be presented in ICCG 2015. Panels are organized into 90-minute time-slots. As such, participants are expected to time their contributions to 15-20 minutes, and to allocate some time for constructive discussion. Speakers are requested to respect the indicated time limits. All presentations must be made in English, the working language of the conference. A 30-minutes break will seperate sessions from one another.
Chairs are expected to strictly uphold the time of presentations, Q&A, and overall duration of the panel. It is recommended that panel Chairs proceed with introducing and giving the platform to all speakers first, and then open up the floor for questions and discussion. Here we would like to note that two thirds of panels are organized by the ICCG 2015 from individually submitted papers. For these, we have nominated a speaker from each panel to Chair it. If the named person does not wish to do so or s/he is absent, panelist should choose someone else to be the Chair.
All rooms are equipped with LCD-Projectors. Participants that requested sound amplifiers have to pick those up from the Registration Desk in the 30-minute break prior to the beginning of the session in which they are presenting. Presenters who have not signed up for sound amplifiers and wish to have this equipment need to check for availability at the Registration Desk in advance. Participants should bring with them any additionally needed adapters and/or extensions. Moreover, we recommend you have your presentation backed up on a USB key in case of emergency.
Please note that rooms are not equipped with computers i.e. participants who will be using slides or something similar should bring their laptops with them and/or arrange for sharing devices with others.
Cafeteria and Lunch
The cafeteria is located in the ground floor of Building D (map included in printed version of the program), which will be open at all times during the conference sessions for drinks and snacks. At lunch time, meal-sized sandwiches, salads and the similar will be on offer. On Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 July, the days on which field trips are scheduled, participants are requested to buy their food and head to the buses as fast as possible. Please note that buses will start moving at 1:15 pm.
Messages Board and Announcements of Changes
There may be last minute changes to the conference program. These changes will be posted on the notice board placed in the cafeteria.
These are scheduled for Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 July. Buses will depart at 1:15 pm. Please note information about weather and dress code recommendations provided on this website (click here). Please make sure you have some water with you and that you board the buses for the routes you booked. If you are not sure about which routs you booked please check the Announcement Board in the Cafeteria.
To see the descriptions of these trips click here. Registration for these trips is only possible through the online form, the link to which is included in our June News Brief (have not received this? please check your SPAM folder, and/or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Following dinners (20:00-21:30), a short program of music and film will be available. For more details about these events click here.
Special needs / conditions and emergency contacts
If you have any condition – medical or other – that we need to be aware of, then kindly let our team know as soon as possible so that we are able to make necessary arrangements (please use online form included in the June News Brief). In cases of emergency please contact either +970-(0)597-125-040 or +970-(0)597-125-041.