20th Conference of the European Divorce Network

October 13-15 2022 | Brno | Czech Republic

Practical Information

About the presentations:



The total time allocated for regular sessions is 1.5 hours with each session comprising four presentations. This means a slot of 22.5 minutes per participant. The recommended format is 10-15 minutes of presentation and 5-10 minutes of discussion. The session chair may set aside time for discussion after each presentation or at the end of the session.

We expect the usual format of a scientific presentation with a theoretical introduction, a presentation of results, and a generalizing conclusion. Presentations can be in PowerPoint format or in pdf format. If you would like to use a different format, please let us know in advance. Please keep in mind font legibility; usually, anything smaller than 18 pt is not visible from a distance. Please deliver your presentation to the chair no later than 10 minutes before the start of your session. A PC with Windows 10 will be available on-site. Please let us know if you need to use your own laptop.


We have no specific requirements for the size and format of posters. Anything up to 150 cm in height and 100 cm in width is acceptable. If your poster is larger, please let us know in advance. Posters will be hung on stands in the conference room. Presenters will be asked to put up their posters during the break preceding the poster session (end of lunch break). The total time allocated for the poster session is 1.5 hours. We ask all presenters to prepare a short and concise summary of their contribution (1 minute speech per participant) that they will deliver at the beginning of the session. Refreshments and a glass of wine or sparkling wine will be available during the session. Poster mounting supplies will be provided by organisers.


​The venue of the conference

Faculty of Social Studies of Masaryk University in Brno.

Street address: Joštova 10, 602 00, Brno, Czech Republic

GPS: 49.1973114N, 16.6023617E

Travelling to Brno:

Czech Republic as an EU member state is part of the Schengen area. A valid passport (or ID card for EU citizens) is required for entry into Czech Republic. A visa may be required for some non-EU countries.

Brno has an airport, but at the time of COVID only flights from/to London Stansted are operated. (Web of Brno Airport)

The nearest major airports are in Vienna (2 hours), Bratislava (2 hours) or Prague (3.5 hours). Eurocity trains run to Brno on routes between Vienna (Budapest) and Berlin.

Tips for accommodation:

It is no problem to find accommodation in the city centre within a reasonable distance to the venue. The conference date does not collide with any major event so there should be no limits to availability of rooms. We may recommend three well-established hotels within 10-15 min walk from the Faculty:
- Hotel Continental (from approx. € 90 per night), https://www.continentalbrno.cz/en/
- Hotel International (from approx. € 130 per night), https://www.hotelinternational.cz/en/
- Hotel Barcelo (from approx. € 150 per night), https://www.barcelo.com/en-ie/barcelo-brno-palace/

You'll find more extensive accommodation options on Booking.com ranging from an WWII air-raid shelter to a pearl of the wild transformation capitalism of the 1990s.



Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, yet the city centre is relatively small so most sightseeing can be done on foot. Its well-known landmarks are the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul, Špilberk castle, and Villa Tugendhat (UNESCO World Heritage Site). For more information see https://ticbrno.cz/en or https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/


Public transport in Brno:

- To travel within and/or outside the city centre, trams are the most convenient option. Tickets may be bought in ticket machines, kiosks, via mobile phone, or on board using contactless payment. Ticket for 15 minutes costs 20 CZK (0.8 EUR); ticket for 60 minutes is 25 CZK (approx. 1 EUR).
- For more information, you may have a look at these websites:
- Ticket prices, ticket machines: https://www.dpmb.cz/en/jizdenkove-automaty
- Tickets via mobile phone: https://dpmb.cz/en/sms-navod-uzivani
- Contactless payment “Beep and Go”: https://pipniajed.cz/en.html



The currency in Czech Republic is the Czech Crown (Česká koruna, abbreviated CZK or Kč).

Exchange rate is approximately: 25 CZK for 1 €. Standard debit cards (VISA, Mastercard etc.) are accepted in most places, and payment in Euro is mostly possible.

More information about the Faculty of social studies and Masaryk University:





Early and mid-October tends to be generally mild, with daily temperatures averaging around 15 °C.


Airport staff, hotel staff, and related professionals are proficient in English language.​

Covid information:

COVID Information for foreigners entering the Czech Republic: https://covid.gov.cz/en/situations/foreigners


If you will have free time in Brno: https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/


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