The standard fee includes the opportunity to participate in the first two days of the conference, the conference materials, coffee breaks, welcome reception, lunches and dinner listed in the first two days programme, and includes one of the fieldwork options available for the 17th of July. It does not include accommodation.

The fee inclusive of the fieldtrip includes the above mentioned standard fee items, accommodation for 3 nights (18, 19 and 20 of July, including breakfast), plus all the meals and transport for 4 days, as listed in the programme.

* ‘Basic’ means backpacker-style accommodation, with shared rooms, during the fieldtrip.

Santiago offers a wide list of accommodation options, with more than 120 hotels, ranging from small charming hotels in the historical quarter to new hotels belonging to well-known chains. A full list of accommodation is available at:   http://www.santiagoturismo.com/aloxamentos-santiagoturismo

The CSRS Chairs offer two scholarships to PhD students of the Global South (UN developing countries) to cover the fees. In addition, accommodation in Santiago (15, 16, 17 and 21 of July) will be included for these two selected PhD candidates. For eligible PhD candidates, when submitting your extended abstract (before 15 January 2018), please express your wish to be considered for one of these scholarships. The Organising and Scientific Committees will assess who is granted the scholarship depending on the quality of their submitted extended abstract.

 

26TH ANNUAL COLLOQUIUM OF THE COMMISSION ON THE SUSTAINABILITY OF RURAL SYSTEMS. INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION