Transition Network International Conference

The Transition Conference is a semi-regular event that brings together participants in the Movement from around the world. This is the first conference with a fully international outlook which reflects the Transition Movement's transformation into a globally connected body, via its emerging National Hubs Network.

350 delegates are expected at the Conference which takes place over the weekend of 18th-20th September in a fully residential venue near Totnes, Devon. The event will explore the Global Story of Transition incorporating the many aspects from its permaculture roots through to its activist edges.

The Conference welcomes attendees of the IPC, affiliated organisations and anybody with a wish to engage in this exciting global Movement.



18 - 20 September 2015



Participants in the Transition Movement, Affiliated Organisations, Ethical Partners and anybody interested in the principles and activities of the global Transition Network.


Capacity of the event

maximum: 350



Low Earner £100
Medium Earner £120
High Earner £150
Bursary Ticket £55 (available targeted at youth, unemployed / very low income & those from less well-off nations)
Price includes Lunch & Dinner

ACCOMMODATION (2 Nights: Friday & Saturday)
£100 Single Bed inc. Breakfast
£120 Double inc. Breakfast
£30 Camping/Crash Space inc. Breakfast

Other options available including pre-erected tents. Additional nights accommodation available for £35 per night.


Travel Arrangements

We are not offering transport, however Transition Town Totnes are organising a Permaculture Tour from the IPC to Totnes from 16th-18th September, immediately prior to the Conference.

There will be a bus service from Newton Abbot Rail Station on Friday 18th. Details will be on Transition Network website.




Accommodation is available at the venue, ranging from private rooms to camping and low-cost crash space. We are also working with Transition Town Totnes to provide further accommodation locally.


Contact Name

Dan Hurring


Fri, 18/09/2015