About the ADR UK 2023 Conference

ADR UK conference

When: Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16 November 2023

Where: The Eastside Rooms, Birmingham

What: A 3-day conference on the theme ‘Public Data for Resilience and Inclusion: Using administrative data to inform policy and practice in challenging times’. ​

Who: We welcome delegates from the UK, involved in the use of administrative data for public good research including researchers, data scientists, civil service analysts and those involved in safely making this data available for research.

Why: To facilitate meaningful discussions on the latest hot topics affecting UK households, and address some of the key issues we face in our changing world.

Visit the ADR UK Conference 2023 website

  • Standard Ticket: Available after 21 August 2023. Includes the full conference package. Tickets will be available to purchase until 20 October 2023. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and we may need to close ticket sales early.

    Price: £365 per person

    Payment must be made by credit or debit card.

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    • Pre-conference workshops

    Taking place on Tuesday 14 November (12:00 – 17:00) with complimentary lunch. A wide range of interactive workshops will be available. 

    Workshop registration is limited and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Early Bird and Group Rate ticket holders will be given early access to the workshop registration, and we will advertise these in the coming weeks.  

    • Conference Day 1  

    Taking place on Wednesday 15 November (09:30 – 17:00) with complimentary lunch. This day boasts a packed agenda, with keynote speakers, and a host of diverse parallel sessions.

    • Evening poster reception  

    Taking place on Wednesday 15 November (18:15 – 20:30) with complimentary drinks reception and buffet, delegates have the opportunity to peruse the varied posters. 

    • Conference Day 2

    Taking place on Thursday 16 November (09:30 – 16:15) with complimentary lunch. Includes further keynote speakers, and insightful parallel sessions.

  • We are delighted to be hosting this year’s conference at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham. This purpose-built conference venue has state-of-the-art rooms and amenities and is situated close to the city centre with excellent transport links. Find out more about the venue, travelling to the conference and options for staying in Birmingham.

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Contact the designated conference team mailbox at ADRUK.2023@ons.gov.uk with any questions and we hope to see you in Birmingham later in the year.