Brahemonumentet i Västerås domkyrka, inklätt med brädor och sandsäckar. Svartvit, lite transparent bild med konferensnamnet rakt över. Foto: (PDM)

Registration, Nordic-Baltic Conference 2024

Welcome to register to the conference ”Cultural Heritage and Cultural Resilience – Nordic-Baltic Conference on Civil Preparedness”, 11–12 June in Stockholm, Sweden.

Participants from the Nordic and Baltic countries are invited. Parts of the conference will be recorded, allowing those unable to attend in person to view the lectures afterward.

Attendance at the conference is complimentary. Lunch and a brief mingling gathering on the first day, along with coffee on both days, are included.

Please note, a conference dinner is not provided. However, you may reserve a table at the conference hotel restaurant for dinner at your own expense, see registration form below. 

Register here

Invitations to the conference have been sent out by e-mail according to a compiled mailing list.

Register for participation at the latest May 17th.


  • (Preferably in English)
  • (Preferably in English)
  • Ange din e-postadress och bekräfta den. / Fill in your e-mail address and confirm it.
  • Please choose if you will participate Day 1 only or both Day 1 and Day 2.
  • Would you like to make a dinner reservation on Day 1 at the conference hotel restaurant?
  • Här kan du lämna information som kan vara viktig för oss att känna till, såsom till exempel allergier. / Please feel free to share any important information with the organisers, such as dietary restrictions or allergies.

Personal data (GDPR): When you sign up for the conference, the Swedish National Heritage Board will collect and process your personal data. As a data subject, you have several rights based on the general data protection regulation. More information is available at

Personuppgifter (GDPR): I samband med att du anmäler dig samlar Riksantikvarieämbetet in och behandlar personuppgifter. Som användare har du rätt att få veta vilka av dina personuppgifter som Riksantikvarieämbetet behandlar. Mer information finns på