Call For Case Studies For The 2019 Working Internationally Conference

Call for Case Studies for the 2019 Working Internationally Conference

The 2019 Working Internationally Conference will take place on Monday 11 March 2019 at The British Library in London.

The conference theme is ‘Working Together to Achieve More’.  Delegates at previous Working Internationally conferences have asked for more case studies.  In response to this, we will have one session dedicated to case studies from across the sector on working internationally.

We are now accepting proposals for case studies on working internationally.  These should be practical examples that conference delegates can learn from, with an emphasis on working in partnership or leveraging the power of networks.  Working internationally could mean being part of an international network but delivering work in the UK, or it could mean working outside of the UK with partners in one or more countries.  We are interested in a broad range of case studies from across the museum sector.

How to submit a Case Study proposal

Send an outline of your case study, including bullet points of the learning outcomes for conference delegates (maximum 350 words) to before 3 December 2018.  

Case Study presenters will receive a free conference ticket.  If you need support with travel expenses, please let us know when you submit a proposal.  We will have a small budget to help with travel expenses for presenters travelling from outside London.

View the outline conference programme and book your tickets at

ICOM UK members, NMDC members and British Library staff can purchase tickets at the discounted price of £49 (regular price £75).  A limited number of student tickets are available for £25.