To view the entire Forum program you can visit the FEANTSA website click herehere.

A Note About the Venue

The FEANTSA Forum will take place at Skogshem & Wijk, Lidingö, Hustegavägen 1, 181 90 Lidingö, on an island in the inner Stockholm archipelago, about 45 minutes to 1 hour away from Stockholm Central Station.

 We have chosen this beautiful and tranquil location to create a different atmosphere for this years Forum to foster connections and networking. Surrounded by nature and the sea this will provide a more retreat-like experience with plenty of opportunities to reflect on our work around ending homelessness in Europe. In addition to all the usual elements of the FEANTSA Forum this location has a heated outdoor swimming pool, yoga room, sauna and steam rooms, nature walks, pier walks, games room, gym, frisbee golf, a small beach, table tennis, indoor golf track, complementary coffee and tea throughout your stay, spaces for ad-hoc meetings indoors and outdoors and much more.

As organisers we highly recommend participants to book accommodation on site, or nearby the venue, as this is a remote venue. Similarly, for the Forum dinner, participants should consider booking the Forum dinners, as there is no other restaurant in walking distance of the venue. 

Thursday 1 June 

Please note for FEANTSA members our General Assembly will take place on the morning of 1 June. Members must attend the General Assembly in order to have travel and accommodation covered.

On the afternoon of 1 June participants are invited to join a series of working spaces which will take place in the conference venue or site visits to services across Stockholm city. Working spaces will take place at the Forum venue and start at 14.30, while site visits will start at 15.30 in Stockholm City Centre. You can check the locations in the conference progamme. While in the evening there will be a Forum Dinner.

For members of the Administrative Council, please note the AC meeting will take place at 14.30 on Thursday 1 June. 

Friday 2 June

On 2 June participants will participate in the main program will include plenary panel discussion on realising our European Ambitions of Ending Homelessness. The plenary will be followed by a series of smaller breakout sessions throughout the day which will include workshops, seminars, in conversation with and spotlights on. 

In the evening there will also be another Forum dinner.

The working language for the Forum will be English.

Deadline for Registrations:  15 May 2023


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