We are happy to announce that the final programme has been published. Have a flick through and we’re sure you’ll agree we’ve got a lot to look forward to! There’s a huge amount going on, with fantastic speakers and varied events.
Don’t forget to pay attention to our side events! It’s just as important to spend time with your fellow campaigners and create a global dialogue.
ICAN will hold a press briefing about the Forum on Thursday afternoon, in Depot, Breitegasse 3, at 14:00. All interested media representatives are invited! We would be grateful if you could forward this invitation to your contacts.
On Friday evening, those of us already here will be meeting for a drink in Dschungel Café, Museumsplatz 1. We’ll be there from 21:00, so feel free to join us!
On Saturday evening, the party will get into full swing in Vienna’s exclusive Lutz Club, Mariahilfer Straße 3. Doors will open from 20:00. Make sure to bring your badge to get free entry! It promises to be a fantastic evening.
Before the party on Saturday, the Women’s Chamber Orchestra of Austria is giving a peace concert , starting at 19:30 in the Wiener Konzerthaus. Alongside works by Haydn and Shostakovich, a range of German pacifist texts will be read out.
On Tuesday evening, it’s time for the closing party – “Nuclear Weapons are so 80s”, in the <>< Grelle Forelle. Participants from both the Civil Society Forum and the Vienna Conference will meet to celebrate the successes achieved over the four days. Definitely not to be missed!
Here in the office we’re all brimming over with excitement and can’t wait to see you all in a few days! If you have any last-minute questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.