About Peer Conferences

Imagine a conference that doesn’t suck.

Imagine a conference where everyone gets to know each other…

Imagine a conference that builds on participants’ needs and strengths…

Imagine a conference where everyone has a say in the agenda…

Imagine a conference that becomes what participants want it to be…

Imagine a conference where everyone is both a student and a teacher…

Imagine a conference where it feels safe to ask the questions you really want to ask,
and get the answers you need…

Imagine a conference that reserves time for structured personal and group reflection…

Imagine a conference that builds genuine community

You’re imagining a peer conference, a conference that is small, attendee-driven, inclusive, structured, safe, supportive, interactive, community-building, and provides opportunities for personal and group reflection and action.

Learn More

Learn about Peer Conference Characteristics Learn about Peer Conference Parts

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Conferences That Work is one of the best books ever written on new generation of organising meetings and conferences. It is brilliant, very well organised and easy to read as well as being really enjoyable. This book, not only helped me during my studies, but also is helping me for my professional life to organise better events. I cannot wait to prove anyone who still would like to stick to traditional conferences that they need to adapt to the changes and innovate. — Hulya Ceren, http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1601459920/novelrank-21#customerReviews

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