3rd – 4th of May (Saturday Sunday)
Arrival of participants to Wroclaw or directly to the venue. Sightseeing of the city for those who arrive on 3rd May. There will also be a chance for everyone to see Wroclaw after the conference.

4th of May (Sunday) afternoon
Opening of XIXth EEEurope and welcoming dinner


5th of May 7th of May (Monday Wednesday)
Main conference workshops and group activities

You can see workshops list here. Some are still going to be added.

8th of May (Thursday) morning
Feedback session and farewell meeting

8th of May (noon) 10th of May (Thursday Saturday)
Post conference with lot of attractions

Main conference
The conference itself is a self-made, flexible event, although its architecture has a well-developed linearity. We open the conference on the afternoon of May 4th. After welcoming our participants we build up the conference program of the remaining 3 days of the basic workshops. All participants are welcome to offer a workshop or a lecture on an experiential based topic. Average timeframe for a module is between 90 to 180 minutes. Try to build up your program using these recommended time frames.

In the workshops menu you can send your program’s short description untill the beginning of the conference and also make request for an indoor or outdoor venue.

On the 5th, the 6th, the 7th of May there is space for workshops and lectures throughtout the day. In the morning 8th of May we will listen to the organization proposals of next year’s EEE gatherings, and feedback session + the farewell celebration takes place. On the 8th of May after lunch participants leave the venue or join post-conference program.

Share Your Knowledge
If you would like to contribute to the program of EEE2014 You are more than welcome! And these are not just empty phrases – the conference program is literarily made by YOU, the participants. So put your workshops-proposals forward! Please note that you should send us your proposal (title, abstract of your activity, time frame, requested venue or materials, number of participants, etc) as soon as possible.
• Provide a workshop: a workshop is an interactive experiential way to address a topic you would like to share and show. You can stay inside or go out into the woods. You can use a projector, a flipchart or any other material of your choice. You can take 90 or 180 minutes time frame for your work.
• Give a lecture and then put it up for discussion: the topic of your lecture can be anything you find important, as long as there is a connection with experiential education. Then put it up for discussion with your audience and gain amazing outputs.
• Make a poster: prepare this traditional conference presentation tool on your topic to share and we will hang it on the wall so participants can learn it through the whole conference. Sure you also will present it shortly for interested fellow colleagues in one of the lunch breaks.

The One World Talent Night (OWTN) – May 5th
This year we will not do the international dinner (dinner will be provided by the hotel), but definitely feel free to bring something to drink or snack on the One World Talent Night or another night.

One World Talent Night is our invitation to make the people of the world even more united, without foregoing the local tastes, traditions and other particularities. We invite you to prepare or bring some form of personal or traditional expression – this could be any form of art, including dance, music, humor, sketch, story, poetry – or anything, we mean anything that we can all enjoy. You could do it by yourself or in any group constellation. You could also get everyone to follow you. This can be also a traditional dish or drink for us to share, just note that there will be no access to kitchen facilities.