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Practicalities

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Ocean literacy 2022

May 9 – 10, 2022
Studio, Nordenskiöldsgatan 24, 211 19 Malmö Malmö

Malmö is situated in the south western part of the country and is the third largest city in Sweden, according to population numbers. Malmö is a port city and capital of Skåne (Scania) County and is close to Copenhagen, Denmark with just the Öresundbridge in-between.

VENUE

Ocean Literacy 2022 will take place at Studio, a venue located just a short walk from Malmö Central Station.

HOTELS AND HOSTELS

Central Malmö offers a variety of hotels and hostels within walking distance from the conference venue.

BY PLANE

Arrival at Copenhagen International Airport (CPH), whereafter 20 minutes by train to Malmö Central Station.

BY TRAIN

Destination is Malmö Central Station. National train, operated by SJ, and tickets can be purchased from SJ. Local trains, including trains to and from Copenhagen International Airport, are operated by Skånetrafiken where tickets also can be purchased.

BUS

Local buses are operated by Skånetrafiken.

Please note that it is not possible for the City of Malmö to contribute to any travel expenses.

DINNER

On May 9th, participants are invited to an informal dinner at the World Maritime University, located just a couple of hundred meters from the venue Studio.

COVID-19

Due to the ongoing pandemic there are a few things to keep in mind. The conference is scheduled to take place at location as planned, however we do offer the possibility to attend remotely. Should the situation regarding covid-19 change for the worse, the conference will be held as a digital event. Make sure to check your inbox for updates. The City of Malmö follows the guidelines provided by the The Public Health Agency of Sweden. We also advice international participants to stay updated regarding potential restrictions in place when travelling to and from Sweden.

Share your experience

Feel free to share your experience with us via the hashtag #oceanliteracymalmo