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Photo: Bjørnar Kibsgaard fra Pixabay

Practical information

Theme: Organizing in changing landscapes: Threats, challenges, and novel opportunities? 

For more information, see the Call for paper page


The NEON 2023 takes place in Trondheim from 21 – 23 November 2023 at Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel. The hotel is in the city centre, only a short walk from the railway station and the airport bus “Værnesekspressen” stops near the hotel.


21. – 23. November

November 21: Early career researcher seminar, Teaching & learning workshop and Welcome reception.

November 22: NEON Conference day 1 and conference dinner

November 23: NEON Conference day 2

NEON 2023 Conference FEES

Conference fee – Early bird: 4250,-

Conference fee PhD students – Early bird: 3500,-

(incl. programme, conference material, lunch and coffee breaks)

Conference dinner 22.11: 1250,-

NEON 2023 Pre conference events

Early-Career Scholars Workshop (PhD Day): 1750 ,-

(incl. lunch, coffee break and dinner)

Teaching & Learning workshop: 750,-

(incl. coffee break and dinner)

INNOFF Studio: Free

Workshop on Feminist theory and The Art of Reading: Free

Welcome Reception: Free

All prices in NOK and including 25% VAT.

Registration deadline – Early bird: October 10.

The conference fee will increase by 500NOK after this.

Cancellation policy

All cancellations must be sent to

No later than November 1. Cancellations until this date will be refunded excluding a 500NOK processing fee. Cancellations after this date or nonattendance attendance at the conference will not be refunded. Another person from the same organization may step in as a replacement at no additional cost.


Single room: NOK 1595 per room incl. breakfast

Double room: NOK 1795 per room incl. breakfast

Payment of room is at check out.

Hotel rooms have been reserved at the conference hotel Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel. Rooms are book through the conference registration formula.

Conference language

The NEON Conference is welcoming participants with or without a paper from countries outside Norway. We accept presentations in any of the Scandinavian languages and English. The track organizers will in their track presentation indicate the language for the paper presentations.

Important dates

  • Deadline for submission of track proposals: June 11
  • Deadline for submission of paper proposals: August 31
  • Notification on review of abstracts: September 20
  • Early bird registration: October 10
  • Deadline for papers*: November 10

**Not required by all tracks


Organizers are NTNU, Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences (SU) in collaboration with Faculty of Economics and Management (ØK), Faculty of Humanities (HF) and Studio Apertura at NTNU Social Research. The Conference is organized in partnership with the NEON Secretariate at INN University. Technical organizers are NTNU Conference in collaboration with Centre for lifelong learning, INN University.

For more information

Regarding the programme:

Chair of the programme committee Ingunn Dahler Hybertsen (

Project Manager Tor Paulson (

Other information:

Meeting planner Per Eriksson (