Crisis6 Registration

We anticipate a full conference schedule on Thursday and Friday with a half-day on Saturday. Conference costs are inclusive of: morning and afternoon snacks, teas, and coffees; hot buffet lunch on Thursday, Friday and Saturday; and the conference reception on Thursday evening:

  • Student (MA or PhD) Rate – £150
  • Early Bird Rate from 15 May to 31 July – £185
  • Full Rate from 1 August to 15 September – £220
  • Late registration from 15 September-3 October – £350

As is tradition with the Crisis conference, on Friday evening we will have a cultural event — ‘A Taste of Yorkshire’. This will involve a walking tour and dinner. The cost for this is £45 per person. Don’t worry, we will make sure we accommodate all dietary needs and tastes — we’ll be collecting your preferences separately after registration to set a menu that everyone can enjoy.

For the registration, we recommend creating an account first – this lets you have digital access to your registration anytime that you would like it. Otherwise, select the options below that apply and go to your cart and/or checkout.

Click on each of the options below to view more information and details about them. For the informal Wednesday get together as well as the workshops, we ask that you register for them in order to plan the numbers; the cost is simply based on what you eat or drink on the evening.

We know that many of you travel with family and friends to conferences and they are certainly welcome. We have added a guest pass — this entitles your guest access to the full conference (excluding the Taste of Yorkshire event), all amenities, lunches, etc. Our conference location has great work and relaxation spaces outside of the main conference presentation rooms. Also, it is a safe and secure environment if you bring your children. We just ask that children are not left unattended as we have no childminders available. Children under 12 can accompany conference participants and their guests free of charge.

If you have any questions, please email or Dr. Audra Diers-Lawson at