Pre-Forum Conferences

Detailed information about the 2018 Forum is not yet available but will be posted in the future. Please review the information from the 2017 Forum for a look at the quality of instructors, teaching, and content that will be available in the 2018 Pre-Forum Conferences.

Forum participants are encouraged to come early to the Forum and participate in the Pre-Forum Conferences, which will occur at the 2017 Forum on Friday, 19 May and Saturday, 20 May. Although the schedules vary, most Pre-Forum Conferences begin with dinner on Friday night starting at 18:00.  Please note that most Pre-Forum Conferences cost an additional fee of 20 euros for scholarship recipients and 60 euros for non-scholarship recipients staying in a double room (or 80 euros for a single room).  Please see the individual Conference pages for specific pricing details.

 

Special Travel Arrangements

Transport by bus from both the Krakow and Katowice airports to Wisla will be provided during the day on Friday, 19 May for a fee of 40 euros.  If you are flying into Krakow or Katowice, please plan your travel arrangements to accommodate for an approxmiately 2 1/2 hour travel time to Wisla. Ideally, this means arriving in Krakow or Katowice by 14:00 or earlier on Friday, 19 May. This will give participants time to travel to Wisla, register for the Forum, and check into the hotel.  

You can sign up for bus transport for Friday, 19 May or Saturday, 20 May using this form.
 

How to Sign Up

If you have been accepted to attend the Forum and would like to attend a Pre-Forum Conference, please contact us at contact@euroleadership.org.  The deadline for signing up for most Pre-Forum Conferences is 27 March. Click on the links below for more details.  

2017 Pre-Forum Conferences

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Glynn Harrison, Richard Winter, Stefan Gustavsson, Jim Cecy, and Dave Patty

A Christian Understanding of Sex and Human Flourishing

Dirk Jongkind and Peter J. Williams

The Reliability of the Scriptures

 

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