Covid-19: Dublin 2020 Conference
We hope you will find an answer to your question here, however please feel free to contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org with any other queries you may have.
Is the conference going ahead?
Yes! Due to the ongoing situation a decision was made to move the conference on-line. The new dates are: 28 June - 2 July 2021 and we are very pleased to be able to confirm that the Keynote speakers will remain as planned for 2020.
Will the conference be cancelled?
No, we intend for the conference with the themes set to take place. It has been postponed to 28 June - 2 July 2021.
My paper was accepted. What happens if the conference is postponed?
We hope to deliver the conference exactly as intended (with the only exception being the date), therefore, all accepted papers will still be included in the programme
Transfers and Refunds
I booked my ticket already. What happens if the conference is postponed?
If you booked your ticket already, it will be automatically transferred to the new date. Your registration will be deemed complete and you will not need to pay anything further.
I booked my ticket already. Can I get a refund?
I wanted to transfer my ticket to a future date but I am not able to attend at the newly scheduled dates.
If you find that you cannot attend the newly scheduled event, you can claim a refund of the conference fees paid.
Requesting a refund
If you find that you are not able to transfer your registration to the newly scheduled day or prefer to have the current conference fees refunded and pay the new rate at a later date, please let us know via email@example.com
Accommodation and travel
I booked my accommodation at Trinity College already but the conference is taking place on-line
If you have booked your accommodation through the Loyola Institute administration team, please get in touch with them via firstname.lastname@example.org.
I booked my accommodation with a different provider
You will need to get in touch directly with the provider to cancel the booking and request a refund if appliccable.
I booked my travel already
You will need to get in touch directly with your travel provider. You may also be able to claim this on insurance also the 'small print' may have changed in recent times to exclude Covid-19 related cancellations.