UR2020: History. Foresight. Vision 20/20. Call for Side Event Proposals
Submit your proposed side event to be included in the 2020 Understanding Risk Forum in Singapore, May 18 - 22, 2020.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 31, 2019, midnight ET

Side events include challenge-focused workshops, hackathons, sandboxes, trainings, launches of books, reports and initiatives, innovation demos, meetings and seminars. Events can be closed-door or open to all UR participants.

Events will be selected by the UR2020 Organizing Committee on the basis of their relevance to UR’s goals and key issue areas for UR2020, innovation, creativity and potential to contribute to the participants’ understanding of risk. We will endeavor to accommodate as many side events as possible within the time and space available.

UR2020 will allocate flexible spaces seating up to 200 people in blocks of 1.5, 3, 4.5, 6 and 8 hours with flexible seating arrangements. Refreshments and audio-visual equipment can be organized through the UR2020 team. UR2020 will cover costs associated with one microphone, a screen and projector; the cost for all other requirements, including refreshments, will be borne by the side event organizer. All other aspects of event organization and management are the responsibility of event organizers. Side events can be publicized by organizers on the UR2020 website and social media channels.
Email address *
Side event title *
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Lead Event Organizer (institution/individual) *
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Partner Organization(s) (where applicable)
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1-line description of the type of event [workshop, training, launch etc.] *
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Abstract *
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Desired length of time *
Desired seating capacity *
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Desired seating format *
Desired audio-visual equipment / other set-up needs *
Open or closed event *
Lead organizer's name *
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Lead organizer's organization *
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Lead organizer's designation/position *
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Lead organizer's phone number (inc. country code) *
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Lead organizer's email, if different from submitter
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