The conference will take place in Luxembourg and online. You can enter the conference here. Before you do, please take a look at our welcome guide, which explains how to join the event online.

UTC+1 (Luxembourg, Berlin, Lagos). The agenda will be displayed in the time zone set on your computer.

The conference will take place on 7 March 2023.

You may join us digitally for free if you live in the Global South* or if you are up to the age of 35 from any region. For other participants, tickets are €10 until 5 February, and €20 thereafter. If you’d like to support participants who could not otherwise afford to participate, you can also buy a solidarity ticket for €50.

*Including low-income, lower-middle-income, and upper-middle-income economies according to the World Bank.

  1.  If you have a digital ticket, you can join the conference via the digital conference platform. Simply follow the link and log in with the email address that you used to register for the conference. If you have any questions, please reach out to us directly here.

Haven’t registered yet? Register for the conference using this link.

  1. If you’ll be attending in person, the conference will be held at the European Convention Center Luxembourg (ECCL). Read more about the venue and traveling to Luxembourg here. You can also access the digital conference platform. Simply log in to the conference platform here.

The conference platform is now open. We encourage you to personalize your agenda by bookmarking your favorite sessions, join the Road to the 6th Investment Case activities, connect with fellow participants and explore digital exhibition booths. After the conference, you will be able to access the conference platform and view all of the sessions on demand until 26 March. Access the conference platform here.

As this event is a mix of live and pre-recorded sessions, we recommend at least 1.5 Mbps. You can check on the status of your own connection by running an internet speed test, which will provide you with a measurement for both download and upload speeds. If you’ll be streaming sessions using mobile data, pay careful attention to the download speed, as this is the data you’ll be using.

No. The conference platform will be web-based only. However, if you’d like to follow the conference on your mobile phone or tablet, you’re in luck – the webpage can be viewed on all devices.

You can turn notifications on and off on the conference platform by navigating to My Profile > My Information > My Notifications.

You can change your networking preferences on the conference platform by navigating to My Profile > My Information > My points of interest.

You can view all sessions on demand via the conference platform until 26 March. After that, all sessions will be available to view here.

You will need to complete the post-event general participant survey, which will be available shortly after the event, to qualify for a certificate of participation. These will be issued in PDF format via your registered email to all who qualify. Please make sure to fill in your full name correctly in the survey, as this is the name that will be displayed on your certificate.

To make your conference experience inclusive, meaningful, and positive, we kindly ask you to take a brief look at our etiquette before browsing the conference platform and adding sessions to your calendar.

Sure. There are different ways you can partner with the 6th Investment Case and support the conference. Please contact Nina Haase for more details.

The Global Landscapes Forum will be using the conference platform Whova, which is available on desktop and on mobile.
  1. Haven’t registered yet? Register for the conference using this link
  2. If you have already registered, you can access the conference here