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High Level Conference on the Future of the European Court of Human Rights Brighton, United Kingdom, 18-20 April 2012Programme and other practical information

High Level Conference on the Future of the European Court of Human Rights Brighton, United Kingdom, 18-20 April 2012Programme and other practical information

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COUNCIL OF EUROPE BRIGHTON CONFERENCE 18-20 APRIL 2012
Conference Programme
Wednesday 18 April 2012
18:30 – 20:30 Welcoming Reception
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
COUNCIL OF EUROPE BRIGHTON CONFERENCE 18-20 APRIL 2012
Conference Programme
Wednesday 18 April 2012
18:30 – 20:30 Welcoming Reception
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

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C
OUNCIL OF
E
UROPE
B
RIGHTON
C
ONFERENCE
18-20
 
A
PRIL
2012
Conference ProgrammeWednesday 18 April 2012
18:30 20:30 Welcoming ReceptionBrighton Museum and Art Gallery
Thursday 19 April 2012
08:00 09:00 Arrival of official delegations,Brighton Conference Centre09:00 10:20 Session One10:20 10:50 Coffee break10:50 13:00 Session Two13:00 14:30 LunchNHRI event in Syndicate Suite 4,Brighton Conference Centre14:30 16:30 Session Three16:30 17:00 Coffee break17:00 18:15 Session Four18:15 Close19:30 for 20:00 Heads of Delegation DinnerBrighton Pavilion19:30 21:30 Reception for DelegatesPalm Court, Brighton Pier
 
 
Friday 20 April
09:00 09:30 Arrival of official delegations,Brighton Conference Centre09:30 11:00 Session One11:00 11:30 Coffee break11:30 13:00 Session Two13:00 approx Close13:00 LunchDress code for the conference and events will be Business AttireDelegations will be invited to make their formal comments to the delegation orallyfor the convention, 3 minutes per delegation, taken in alphabetical order. Furthercomments may be submitted in writing to be read into the Conference note.Invitations will be issued to all for the Wednesday evening Welcoming Receptionat the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. On Thursday evening all heads ofdelegations will be invited to attend a dinner given at Brighton Pavilion where agroup photo will be taken. All other delegates will be invited to a Fish & Chipsdinner at Palm Court, Brighton Pier.
Accreditation and Access
Access to the Brighton Conference Centre and reception venues is restricted tothose wearing pins and blue delegate passes only. No access with be givenwithout either of these.Head of Delegations will receive a pin. Members of the official delegation willreceive a named photo badge.Pins and badges will be available for collection from the Accreditation Desk at theThistle Hotel, Kings Road Brighton on Wednesday 18 April from 14:00 to 20:00.The loss of a pin or badge should be reported immediately to the Information Deskat the Brighton Conference Centre.
 
 
Delegate Dining
Breakfast should be taken at your hotel.Refreshments will be provided in the Delegates Lounge on the first floor ofBrighton Conference Centre throughout the conference.Lunch on 19, 20 April will be served in the Restaurant on the third floor of theBrighton Conference Centre.
Interpretation
All official meetings will be conducted in English or French with simultaneoustranslation. Headsets will be provided for all delegates.
Bilateral Meeting Rooms
There will be two bilateral rooms available for delegations’ use on the first floorWest Wing of the Brighton Conference Centre. These should be booked at theInformation Desk on the first floor of the Brighton Conference Centre.
Information Desk
A staffed Information Desk will be located on the first floor of the ConferenceCentre.
Banking and Currency
Banking hours vary but most banks open between 09:15 and 16:00 Monday toFriday. Some banks also open on Saturday morning.Most banks have cash dispensing machines accepting Visa, Mastercard andAmerican Express, as well as Bureau de Change facilities. Most internationallyrecognised currencies and travelers’ cheques can be exchanged at commercialbanks, hotels and Bureau de Change facilities. Major credit cards are accepted inmost hotels, restaurants and shops.
Driving Licenses / Permits
The United Kingdom recognises international driving permits issued under the1949 Convention on Road Traffic. Motorists in the United Kingdom drive on theLEFT side of the road.

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