PROGRAMME and FAQs
The Applied Anthropology Network is proud to announce the programme for WWNA 2023: Power of Isolation on the island of Brač, Croatia. Day 1 will set out exciting plenary talks on bold and engaging topics based on the strands of this year’s theme. Day 2 will see a day of WWNA staples, action and inspiration-focused Workshops and snappy, energetic Perspectives presentations. Day 3 will consist of the customary, relaxed appraisal of the AAN.
This year’s event will not be streamed online.
Hot and cold drinks, light snacks and finger food will be provided at coffee breaks. Conveniently located restaurants will be suggested for lunch and dinner and attendees’ expense.
Do I have to be vaccinated to attend the event?
No, COVID related restrictions have been lifted across Croatia.
Previous WWNAs have been hybrid, will I be able to attend this year online?
No, in keeping with this year’s theme, this year’s conference will only be available on-site on Brač.
Do I need a travel insurance?
We do not require it but very strongly recommend it.
I have accessibility concerns, who should I talk to?
We will be working to make the conference as accessible and friendly as possible. We are hosting WWNA 2023 across two largely accessible venues: Supetar Cinema: Porat 27, 21400, Supetar and Supetar Primary School: Porat 25, 21400, Supetar. Please contact our Accessibility coordinator Allura Warden by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Accessibility” in the subject line.
Can I bring my child?
Yes. We are child friendly, and it is an intergenerational conference after all. But please give us a heads up because depending on how old the child is, we may have to count it as an adult in terms of physical occupancy. Be advised: if you bring your child, we will attempt to make sure it becomes an anthropologist later in life. It’s the best future for anyone.