FAQs

How do I register for the Conference?

Please register via the form here.

Where can I see the programme of events?

You can find the preliminary programme of events here.

Is there a fee to attend the Conference?

No, there is no registration fee for the International Conference on National Urban Policy.

How do I get more information about the Conference?

Please fill in the contact form here and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

I would like to contribute to the organization of a Conference session. How do I express my interest to do this?

Please fill in the contact form here and select the “organizing a session” option. Someone will be in touch with you shortly with more information.

I am interested in having more information on being a Conference partner or sponsor. Who should I contact?

Please fill in the contact form here and select the “becoming a partner or a sponsor” option. Someone will be in touch with you shortly.

Do I need a visa to attend the Conference and how do I apply for the necessary visa?

Please check with your closest French Embassy to get official advice regarding visas required for your nationality. Websites such as http://www.schengenvisainfo.com/france-visa/ could be helpful to get more information but should not be a substitute for getting official advice

Do you have any guidance on cost for traveling to and staying in Paris?

Cost Guidance (in Euros):

Conference participants may need to consider the following guidance costs:
Return travel (by air):prices vary considerably by airline and season, but if booked early, economy return air fares can be found for as low as:

  • North Africa/Eastern Europe: Euro 250
  • Middle East/Caucasus/Central Asia/Central Africa: Euro 500
  • Rest of Asia/Southern Africa/Central America: Euro 1,000
  • South America/Oceania: Euro 2,000

HotelsAccommodations offering commercial rates for OECD staff, delegates and visitors

Accommodation in Paris: reasonable single rooms can be found for Euro 100 (early reservation is required).

Miscellaneous: an allowance needs to be made for any additional expenses such as public transport in Paris, telephone calls, emergency cash, etc.