REGISTRATION BROCHURE AND PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners 10 - 12 September 2003 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia www.privacyconference2003.org Hosted by: Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Australia Theme: Practical Privacy for People, Government and Business Practical Privacy for Invitation It gives me great pleasure to extend a Members of the Program very warm invitation to you to Committee participate in the 25th International Conference of Data Protection and The program for the Conference has been Privacy Commissioners to be held at the drawn up in consultation with a small, Sydney Convention and Exhibition informal international advisory board. The Centre, Darling Harbour in Sydney, members of the board were drawn from the Australia from 10 - 12 September 2003. corporate sector, privacy advocates and Privacy and Data Protection Commissioners. The theme of this year's Conference is We would like to extend our thanks to those "Practical Privacy for People, members for their valuable input to the Government and Business". In this, the program. 25th year of the Conference, we look Hosts forward to exploring advances in privacy and building platforms and solutions that Your Host City - Sydney enhance the privacy choices of all Sydney, Australia's gateway city and the citizens. The aim is to provide the capital of New South Wales is built around opportunity for Commissioners to one of the largest, most beautiful harbours in engage in private and thoughtful the world and along miles of golden surfing discussions as well as allowing for beaches which stretch north and south of the debate with delegates and speakers city on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. from the private sector, public administration and other interested Perhaps the most famous of Sydney's groups. We also hope to build on some landmarks is the spectacular Sydney Opera of the successful themes from the 24th House with its graceful 'sails'. The Opera International Conference held in Cardiff, House has become Sydney's cultural centre, Wales in 2002. offering opera, ballet, drama and film. The historic 'Rocks' area is nearby, and this part of Australia is a huge and vibrant continent the harbour foreshore is a hub of activity for and I trust you will take a little extra both local residents and visitors. All within time to experience some of its easy reach from the main Conference venue. spectacular features. There is also the opportunity for you to attend other Sydney is a vigorous, cosmopolitan city, a privacy related events that will be taking major industrial, business and commercial place around the time of the Conference, centre and is endlessly fascinating in its including a biometrics conference hosted variety and its beauty. by the Privacy Commissioner for the State of Victoria, a special event for Chief Privacy Officers, and a more Conference Managers academically oriented event. Please see Address for Timetable and the related events page of the Communications Deadlines Conference web site at Privacy 2003 Conference Managers Early Registration www.privacyconference2003.org for GPO Box 128 by Friday 18 July 2003 further information. SYDNEY NSW 2001 AUSTRALIA Late Registration I look forward to seeing you at the Telephone +61 2 9248 0800 after Friday 18 July 2003 Conference in Sydney. Fax: +61 2 9248 0894 TTY: +61 2 9290 2547 Accommodation Email: email@example.com by Friday 8 August 2003 Malcolm Crompton Web: www.privacyconference2003.org Tours Federal Privacy Commissioner by Friday 25 July 2003 Australia Venue Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre Convention Centre South Darling Harbour, Sydney People, Government and Business 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Program Summary This is a preliminary program and will change. Please visit the Conference web site at www.privacyconference2003.org for updated information. Wednesday 10 September 2003 0730 - 0900 Registration 0900 - 1030 Welcoming Address, Welcome to Country Ceremony and Opening of Conference 1030 - 1100 Coffee Break 1100 - 1230 Plenary Session A "Regulating Privacy: what others are doing" 1230 - 1400 Luncheon 1400 - 1530 Plenary Session B "Building Community Trust: a practical perspective" 1530 - 1600 Coffee Break 1600 - 1730 Parallel Sessions Parallel Session 1 Parallel Session 2 Parallel Session 3 "Privacy Laws: practical effect "People: organisational "Technology: supporting a on global businesses and structures and incentives to culture of privacy in your consumers" support privacy" organisation" 1900 - 2330 Conference Dinner: The Tumbalong Ballroom (Conference Venue) Thursday 11 September 2003 0800 - 0900 Registration 0900 - 1030 Plenary Session C "A Safe and Open Society" 1030 - 1100 Coffee Break 1100 - 1230 Parallel Sessions Parallel Session 4 Parallel Session 5 Parallel Session 6 "Legal Issues: open justice, "Law enforcement with "A Safe and Open Society: the forgiveness, compassion, respect" role of privacy regulators" context, proportionality” 1230 - 1400 Luncheon 1400 - 1530 Plenary Session D "Identity and Privacy: who wants to know and why?" 1530 - 1600 Coffee Break 1600 - 1730 Parallel Sessions Parallel Session 7 Parallel Session 8 Parallel Session 9 Session Topic TBA "Is my privacy the same as "Identity: now you see it; now your privacy?" you don't" Friday 12 September 2003 0900 - 1030 Session Topic TBA Key Note Address 1030 - 1100 Coffee Break 1100 - 1230 Plenary Session E "Taking privacy to the people" Closing Address Promotion of the 2004 International Conference 1230 - 1730 Closed Session of Data Protection & Privacy Authorities Data Protection 1230 - 1400 Luncheon & Privacy 1400 - 1530 Closed Session Authorities by 1530 - 1600 Coffee Break invitation only page three 1600 - 1730 Closed Session Associated Meetings (by invitation only) Tuesday 9 September * Afternoon: Meeting of European Data * Afternoon: Meeting of Regional Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Protection and Privacy Commissioners Practical Privacy for From left to right: Mr Raymond Tang Professor Allan Fels AO Mr Phil Walker Mrs Pamela W S Chan Confirmed Speakers Details of confirmed speakers will Prof. Allan Fels AO Having worked previously in both page four be updated on the Conference private and public sectors, Phil web site at (Chairman, Australian Competition joined the Department of Health in www.privacyconference2003.org and Consumer Commission, 1991 and has been responsible for Australia) NHS confidentiality and data On July 1, 2003 Professor Allan Fels protection issues since 1996. will become Dean of the Australia Phil is married with three children Plenary Session A and New Zealand School of and has little time for other "Regulating Privacy: what Government and retire as ACCC interests or hobbies! Chairman. others are doing" He has been Chairman of the Mr Raymond Tang Australian Competition and Parallel Session 1 Consumer Commission since 1995. “Privacy Laws: practical effect (Privacy Commissioner for Personal Professor Fels was Chairman of the on global businesses and Data, Hong Kong) former Trade Practices Commission consumers” Raymond Tang, Privacy from 1991 until 1995. He was also Commissioner for Personal Data for Chairman of the Prices Surveillance Mrs Pamela W.S. Hong Kong since September 2001 Authority from 1989 until 1992. Chan monitors, supervises and promotes Professor Fels was the Director of compliance with the Personal Data the Graduate School of (Chief Executive of the Hong Kong (Privacy) Ordinance. The Privacy Management, Monash University Consumer Council, Hong Kong) Commissioner is an independent from 1985 until 1990 and is now an Mrs Chan is Chief Executive of the statutory body established under Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Hong Kong Consumer Council the Ordinance. The Ordinance Business and Economics at Monash (HKCC). She was President of applies to both public and private University. Consumers International (CI) from sectors. The office of the Professor Fels is the Co-Chairman of 1997 - 2000 and is currently Commissioner is empowered to the Joint Group on Trade and Member of the Council and investigate suspected breaches of Competition at the OECD. Executive Board. CI has more than the Ordinance and enforce 270 member consumer compliance. He was awarded the Order of organisations in 121 countries. Australia in June 2001. Mr Tang has for many years (since Hong Kong Consumer Council 1967) practised as a lawyer in carries out a comprehensive range England and Hong Kong, initially as Plenary Session B of consumer empowerment a solicitor and later a barrister at “Building Community Trust: a activities including consumer and the Hong Kong Bar. He acquired practical perspective” competition advocacy, complaints experience in regulatory work when handling, comparative testing, in 1996 he was appointed Chief Mr Phil Walker research, market surveillance, and Counsel to the Securities and consumer education. The Council Futures Commission of Hong Kong (Head of Information Governance, has been a strong advocate for heading its Legal Division. National Health Service, United protection of consumer privacy, the Kingdom) most recent example being Currently Head of Information protection on sharing of credit data Governance within both the by financial institutions. Department of Health for England Mrs Chan tenders advice to and the NHS Information Authority. consumer associations, provincial The latter is a Special Health governments and Law Reform Authority responsible for Commissions in Mainland China implementing the NHS IM&T (there are 4,000 consumer strategy. Within the Department of associations in the country). She Health, Phil has responsibility for was consulted by some policy on confidentiality, data governments, such as Laos and protection, IM&T security, Bangladesh, on the drafting of information quality and a range of Consumer Laws and consumer related areas that collectively fall policy issues. within the scope of what is now termed Information Governance. People, Government From left to right: Mr W. Peter Cullen and Business Ms Anna Fielder Dr Brian Richards Mr Charles Britton Parallel Session 2 Ms Anna Fielder Infrastructure to safeguard "People: organisational information transmitted via the structures and incentives to (Director, Office for Developed and Internet. The HIC administers a support privacy" Transition Economies, Consumers range of national health programs International, United Kingdom) in Australia including Medicare Mr W. Peter Cullen As Director, Office for Developed (universal health insurance (Corporate Privacy Officer, Royal and Transition Economies (ODTE) of scheme), the Pharmaceutical Bank of Canada (RBC) Financial Consumers International, Ms Benefits Scheme (subsidising a Group, Canada) Fielder is responsible for the wide range of medicines), and the organisation’s work principally in Australian Organ Donor Register. As corporate privacy officer, Peter Europe, Middle East and North Cullen manages the RBC Financial Current and previous experience: America. ODTE has initiated Member, National Electronic Health Group’s privacy program. He has important international research responsibility for overall co- Records Taskforce, which published policy projects in the area of a major report on a national system ordination, strategic initiatives, electronic commerce and development and application of of electronic health records sustainable consumption, set up the (HealthConnect); Medical customer privacy concepts, and secretariat and process of the implementation of information Practitioner; Senior Executive and Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue, Leadership roles in health policy, practices and policies. and is carrying out large-scale health service administration, Born in Cambridge, England on July development programs in Eastern health financing, professional 24, 1958, Cullen joined the bank in Europe. Key reports published by training and regulation, and in the Montreal in November 1976, ODTE over the past four years introduction of ICT into health care. transferring to Vancouver in May include: Consumers@Shopping; 1978. He has an extensive retail Should I Buy; Privacy@net; banking background, at both the Disputes in Cyberspace; and Mr Charles Britton field and head office levels, Credibility on the Web. ODTE contributed to the OECD Guidelines (Senior Policy Officer, IT and including customer service and for Consumer Protection in Communications, Australian operations, human resources and Electronic Commerce, (1999). Prior Consumers’ Association, Australia) branch operations and training. His most recent posting included to 1996, Anna undertook many Charles Britton works with the responsibility for customer loyalty consumer investigations and Australian Consumers’ Association where he championed initiatives to campaigns in her employment with (ACA) as Senior Policy Officer, IT drive customer commitment. for Consumers Association, UK. She and Communications. As Policy is a graduate of London University, Officer Charles prepares ACA policy Cullen has a Master of Business with a BA and a Masters in positions, then campaigns and Administration from Richard Ivey Classics. advocates to Government, industry School of Business (University of and in the media to achieve better Western Ontario). outcomes for consumers. Charles Parallel Session 3 has a career background in ICT with "Technology: supporting a various organisations, ranging from culture of privacy in your large listed companies to small organisation" community organisations. page five Charles has a Masters Degree in Dr Brian Richards Sociology from Canterbury (Chief Information Officer, Health University (NZ) and a Master of Insurance Commission, Australia) Commerce from UNSW. Dr Brian Richards, as Chief Information Officer, Health Insurance Commission (HIC), Brian is responsible for developing HIC’s information strategies, including ensuring the privacy and security of personal information held by HIC, and has played a key role in the introduction of Public Key Practical Privacy for From left to right: Ms Jennifer Stoddart Mr Jonathan Symmonds Mr Joseph Meade Ms Christine Nixon APM Confirmed Speakers Parallel Session 4 by Teradata’s powerful analytical Ms Christine Nixon, page six "Legal Issues: open justice capabilities. The unique APM forgiveness, compassion, architecture of Teradata solutions context, proportionality” allow these systems to scale to a (Chief Commissioner of Police for point that supports a ‘single Version Victoria, Australia) of the Truth’ to enable event based Ms Jennifer Stoddart Ms Nixon commenced duty as Chief decisions to be made near real Commissioner of Victoria Police on (President of the Commission time. This same foundation offers 23rd April 2001, after service with d’accès à l’information du Québec, the most cost effective and flexible the New South Wales Police Force Canada) Privacy implementation. We have from 1972, during which she Ms Stoddart, President of the found that ‘Good Privacy is Good attained the rank of Assistant Commission d’accès à l’information Business’ Commissioner. du Québec was admitted to the With 18 years in the IT Industry, She has an extensive range of Quebec Bar in 1981. Prior to this Jonathan has held a variety of experience. She served as an she was the Vice President, management roles in the UK, Assistant Commissioner in charge Commission des droits de la Europe and Australia. He has been of various regions of New South personne et des droits de la with Teradata in Australia for four Wales; the Human Resources jeunesse du Québec, following a and half years and was responsible Department, Development and number of public administration for the submission made to the Training Department, Specialist roles with the Governments of Privacy Commissioner prior to the Skills and the Criminal Investigation Québec and Canada. recent Legislation introduction. Branch. Ms Stoddart obtained an M.A. in Among her many educational History from the Université du Parallel Session 6 qualifications, Ms Nixon has a Québec à Montréal, pursued "A Safe and Open Society: the Master of Public Administration doctoral studies at the Université role of privacy regulators" Degree from Harvard, U.S.A., as de Paris VII, and taught history and well as being a Research Fellow of legal sciences at the Université du Harvard. Ms Nixon has also had an Québec à Montréal and McGill Mr Joseph Meade attachment with the London University. She has published (Data Protection Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Force for six widely on the administration of Ireland) months. justice and human rights. Ms Nixon commands an Ms Stoddart is a member of the Mr Joseph ( Joe ) Meade was organisation of almost 11,600 staff Board of Directors of the Canadian appointed for a five year term as with an annual budget of $1 billion Institute for the Administration of Data Protection Commissioner in operating out of 327 police stations Justice (2002 to 2004). September 2000. Mr Meade a throughout the State. native of Co. Clare was born in 1950 and is married with three Parallel Session 5 children. “Law enforcement with Mr Mead has wide experience in respect” the Irish and international public services. Key positions he has held Mr Jonathan Symmonds include Secretary General, Office of (General Manager, Federal the Comptroller and Auditor Government Solutions, Teradata General (the State Auditor) from Division, Australia) 1967, European Court of Auditors in Luxembourg (1993-94), member Jonathan is the General Manager (1997-1999) and Chairperson (2000) for Teradata Solutions based in Audit Commission of the European Canberra. Teradata was established Space Agency in Paris, and member as a separate division of NCR in (1999), Referendum Commission in August 2000. Ireland. The role of Teradata in Australia is He graduated in 1974 with a growing rapidly. Existing Data business and finance degree from Matching, Compliance and Profiling University College Dublin initiatives are being complemented People, Government From left to right: Ms Carol Coye Benson and Business Ms Dawn Casey Mr Ken Anderson Dr John Borking Mr John Grimes Plenary Session D indigenous and cultural heritage Dr John Joseph Borking “Identity and Privacy: who policy issues. As a member of the wants to know and why?” Department of Prime Minister and (Director of Borking Consultancy, Cabinet, she was responsible for The Netherlands) the establishment of the Council for Drs John J. Borking (58) (Dutch Ms Carol Coye Benson Aboriginal Reconciliation. Nationality) is Director of Borking (Partner, Glenbrook Partners, United Consultancy (Wassenaar) and She has provided policy advice on States of America) Associate Board member of the issues associated with Australia's Ms Benson is a partner with national cultural institutions and Dutch Data Protection Authority Glenbrook Partners, a research and served as Chair of the Heritage (CBP) in The Hague (The advisory firm that helps companies Collections Committee, the body Netherlands). He was till 1 January leverage the electronic delivery of with responsibility for implementing 2002 Vice- President of de financial services, with particular specific programs to address issues Registratiekamer and Commissioner focus on payments, digital identity, of collection management, of CBP. and authentication. An expert in preservation and conservation, He participates in several EU authentication systems, Ms Benson research and documentation, and funded research projects. He is speaks frequently on topics access. also reviewer of EU research including authentication, identity projects and member of the CEN - Ms Casey has received three theft, and privacy. IPSE steering committee. Commonwealth Public Service Ms Benson’s background is in Australia Day Medals. Furthermore he is board member of product development, marketing the Dutch Association of Privacy and strategy for physical world and Officers (NGFG) and is arbitrator / Internet-based financial services mediator and board member of the companies variously in the US and Dutch Foundation for Alternative Parallel Session 9 Dispute Resolution for ICT (SGOA). Internationally. She has held "Identity: now you see it, now He is also board member of the management responsibility for you don't" Netherlands Gaming Control Board corporate cash management, EDI, new monetary system development, and advising on interactive payment security and Mr Ken Anderson gambling. authentication, credit cards, (Director of Legal Services, database marketing, smart cards, Information and Privacy Mr John Grimes and securities processing at Commissioner of Ontario, Canada) Deutsche Bank, Banker’s Trust, Visa (Director, Strategic Development, International, and Citibank. Argus Solutions, Australia) Ken Anderson is the Director of Legal Services for the Information and Privacy Commissioner of John Grimes is the co-founder of Ontario based in Toronto. Ken is a Argus Solutions Ltd, a Sydney Parallel Session 8 based company specialising in iris frequent speaker on access & "Is my privacy the same as your recognition technology. John has privacy issues, and he teaches privacy?" been responsible for developing the privacy law for the University of Ottawa. Before joining the IPC, Ken change management and privacy page seven Ms Dawn Casey was the Commissioner of Legal programs for over 85 clients Services for two large regional introducing iris recognition in (Director, National Museum of Australia and the region. Argus municipalities in Ontario. He began Australia, Australia) Solutions was awarded the iPrivacy his legal career with a litigation Prior to her appointment as Director law firm in Ottawa, and later award by the peak IT industry body of the National Museum of focused on administrative and AIIA in recognition of the Australia in 1999. public law. Ken received degrees in companies privacy sensitive both law and business approach. John is a Ms Casey was Chief General graduate of Flinders Manager of the Acton Peninsula administration from the University of Western Ontario. University (BA, Political Project Task Force, the body Science) and Australian responsible for the construction of National University (MA, the new National Museum. Strategic Studies). Ms Casey has wide-ranging experience in the management of Practical Privacy for From left to right: The Hon Daryl Williams AM QC MP Mr Richard Thomas Confirmed Speakers Keynote Address He has also previously held various page eight Parallel Session 5 The Hon Daryl public appointments, including Mr Cameron membership of the Lord Murphy Williams AM QC MP Chancellor’s Civil Justice Review (President, NSW Council for Civil (Commonwealth Attorney-General, Advisory Committee and the Board Liberties, Australia) Australia) of the Financial Ombudsman Service. Ms Florence Daryl Williams AM QC MP was Audubert appointed Commonwealth Attorney- (Attachée Juridique, Interpol, General on 8 March 1996 and Announcement France) became a member of Cabinet on 5 Please note that the following October 1997. He has been the additional speakers have been Plenary Session D Federal Member for Tangney since confirmed: Mr Tim Dixon 1993. (Consultant, Baker & McKenzie, Plenary Session B As Attorney-General, Mr Williams Australia) Mr Jeroen Terstegge has responsibility for a wide range (Legal Counsel Privacy and Data of matters, including federal courts Parallel Session 8 Protection Law, Philips and tribunals, national security, International, The Netherlands) Prof. David Weisbrot human rights, international law, (President, Australian Law Reform censorship, family law, native title, Parallel Session 2 Commission, Australia) bankruptcy, constitutional issues Ms Barbara Lawler and privacy law. (Chief Privacy Officer, Hewlett Mr Williams holds law degrees Packard, United States of America) from the University of Western Australia and Oxford University. He Parallel Session 3 was selected as WA Rhodes Ms Harriet P. Scholar in 1965 and was appointed Pearson a Queen's Counsel in 1982. (Vice President, Workforce Effectiveness & Chief Privacy Officer IBM Corporation, United States of America) Plenary Session E "Taking privacy to the people" Plenary Session C Mr Richard Thomas The Hon. Nuala O’Connor Kelly (Information Commissioner, United (Chief Privacy Officer, Department Kingdom) of Homeland Security, United States of America) Richard Thomas took up appointment as the Information Mr Cédric Laurant Commissioner on 30 November (Policy Counsel, Electronic Privacy 2002. He has independent status, Information Center, United States reporting directly to Parliament, of America) with responsibility for enforcing the Freedom of Information Act 2000 Parallel Session 4 and Data Protection Act 1998. Prof. Marcia Neave His previous career has included: AO Director of Public Policy at Clifford (Law Reform Commissioner, Chance (the international law firm); Victorian Law Reform Commission, Director of Consumer Affairs at the Australia) Office of Fair Trading; Head of Public Affairs and Legal Officer at the National Consumer Council; and Solicitor with the Citizens Advice Bureau Service. People, Government and Business 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Registration Participation in the Conference is Registration Fee (per delegate) open to all persons interested in To view the current foreign exchange rates, please visit www.x-rates.com Data Protection and Privacy. Those who wish to attend the Conference Category Before Friday After Friday should fill in the Registration Form 18 July 2003 18 July 2003 and return it to the Conference Members of A$730.00 A$910.00 Managers. Supervisory Authorities (EUR 404)* (EUR 503)* Please note that all persons Other Delegates A$1,250.00 A$1,395.00 intending to attend the Conference (EUR 691)* (EUR 772)* must register, including invited * All fees must be paid in Australian Dollars. The EURO amount quoted is an speakers and chairpersons. You estimate only, based on the exchange rate at the time of print. may also register online on the Conference web site at www.privacyconference2003.org International Registration, Payments from overseas must be Information & Tours Entitlements made by credit card or bank cheque Desk in Australian Dollars only, drawn on DELEGATES The Registration Desk will be an Australian Bank. Your name and located in the Level 2 Foyer of The registration fee entitles full address should be typed or Convention Centre South and will delegates to the following: printed clearly on the back of the be operating as follows: • All Sessions (except sessions cheque. You may not pay your fees which have been specifically by direct transfer. Wednesday 10 September 0730 - 1700 advised as “by invitation only”) Thursday 11 September 0800 - 1700 • A satchel including all official Acknowledgements documentation including Friday 12 September 0830 - 1700 program booklet, CD-Rom and Your registration and payment will be acknowledged in writing with The Conference Managers, Tour list of participants confirmation of your requirements Hosts Pty Limited, will be onsite for • Conference Dinner enquiries at other times. A tours according to your registration form. • Morning and Afternoon Teas Your registration will not be desk will be available during the • Lunch on Wednesday and processed or confirmed if payment Conference for any tour enquiries. Thursday does not accompany your form. You will not receive any further Cancellation & Payment of Fees publications before the Conference, Refund Policy but there will be regular updates on Registrations will not be processed Registration Fees the Conference website. Your letter or confirmed until payment in full is Before 18 July 2003 will incur a of acknowledgment will include any received. If you wish to make your A$100.00 cancellation fee. further advice necessary prior to payment electronically you must your arrival at the Conference. At Before 26 July 2003 will receive a complete the online registration the Conference you will receive the 50% refund of fees paid. form. final program, CD-Rom and a list of Mastercard and VISA are the only delegates. After 26 July 2003 there will be no page nine credit cards accepted at the refund. Conference. Please note all Accommodation transactions by credit card will Insurance Deposit is non-refundable at appear on your statement as Registration fees do not include 25 July 2003 payment to Conference by THPL. insurance of any kind. It is strongly Social Program Within Australia recommended that at the time you Non-refundable at 15 August 2003 register for the Conference and Payment may be made by personal Optional Day Tours book your travel that you take out cheque or credit card. Non-refundable at 25 July 2003 an insurance policy of your choice Cheques should be made payable to to cover any eventuality. Post Tours the Privacy Conference 2003. Non-refundable at 25 July 2003 Practical Privacy for Accommodation Mercure Grand Apartments Hotel Rating Disability Distance from Room Type Room Rate Facilities Sydney Convention Centre 1. Mercure Grand Apartments 4.5 No 5 minute walk 2 Bedroom Harbour View Apartment A$385.00 Darling Harbour 2 Bedroom Residential View Apartment A$285.00 2. Novotel Sydney 4 Yes 3 minute walk Harbour View Room SGL/DBL/TWN A$262.00 on Darling Harbour Residential View Room SGL/DBL/TWN A$218.00 3. Hotel Ibis Darling Harbour 3 Yes 4 minute walk Harbour View Room SGL/DBL/TWN A$160.00 Residential View Room SGL/DBL/TWN A$145.00 Please Note: • Rates do not include breakfast. • The above rates include the • Full buffet breakfast at Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour is A$27.50 per Australian Goods and Services person Tax (GST). • Full buffet breakfast at Hotel Ibis Darling Harbour is A$15.00 per person • Rates may increase without notice due to changes in • Buffet style breakfast is not available at Mercure Grand Apartments government charges, taxes or however delegates staying at Mercure Grand can dine at Hotel Ibis or levies. Novotel Darling Harbour and charge the cost back to their room account at the Mecure Grand. NOR BRIDG LO D Point YORK page ten es ST Museum G BE of Sydney RI N N Bay SP ST T RN ST ST H MARGARET ST IG STE Wynyard HUNT ont BL Rly Stn ER WE Sta Pyrm ERSKINE SYDNEY ST Libr MACQUARIE Pyrmont ST Parl SUSSEX CLARENC KENT ST Martin Pl ES H HO HOSPITAL GPO National Martin Pl RE RD Maritime Theatre Royal Rly Stn dney Museum Sydney KING ST GEORGE sino Aquarium S E Mint Pitt St JAME Mall Sydney ST RD Museum Tower Monorail Centrepoint St James Darling Park PY Harbourside 1 Pyrmont Bridge MARKET ST Rly Stn RM City Centre DARLING Darling Harbour ST O ST 3 Hyde DR NT ST ST ST Harbourside Park Park AR ELIZABETH 2 DRUITT ST Plaza Convention HA RIS PARK ST Convention Centre Town Hall ST Rly Stn ST COLLEGE ST BATHURST Pool of A M on or ail Sega World ST Reflection M ROZELLE Cinemas Exhibition DA Museum Centre 1 LIVERPO Rly Stn ANZAC RL km OL Memorial Darli ING ST ON Chinese World ST HA Garden E Square AV S ST PIER ST RR GOULBU AGH Entertainment RN TH IS Chinatown YS T Centre OR D NR W People, Government and Business Included Novotel Sydney Hotel Ibis Social Program Several categories of How To Book The following event is included in accommodation have been Accommodation the registration fee for delegates. reserved for Conference delegates: If you require additional tickets To book please complete Section C please complete Section D of your Single (SGL): A single occupancy of your Registration Form, giving room with one bed Registration Form. your first, second and third Double (DBL): A double preferences as requested. The occupancy room with one bed Conference Managers will forward Wednesday 10 September 2003 your reservation and deposit to the Twin (TWN): A double occupancy hotel of your choice, in order of Conference Dinner room with two beds preference. Time: 1900-2330 hours 2 Bedroom Apartments: Either 1 double and 2 single beds or 2 Venue: The Tumbalong double beds Change of Booking Ballroom, Sydney Convention Any change to a reservation must and Exhibition Centre be notified to the Conference Dress: Business Attire Rates Managers and not directly to the Guests are invited to a very special Accommodation held by the hotel. Please note, any changes dinner engagement, a highlight in Conference Managers has been should be made to the Conference the Conference program. An secured at advantageous rates for Managers by 26 August 2003. evening where a sumptuous menu Conference delegates. Only Cancellations must be made in and fine wines will be bookings made through the writing (by mail or email). complemented by stirring Conference Managers will secure entertainment. these rates. Late Arrivals Additional tickets: A$250.00 Please indicate on your Deposit Registration Form or notify the All hotel accommodation bookings Conference Managers in writing if Any additional Social Functions must be accompanied by a you will arrive at your hotel after will be advised on the Web site. minimum one night's rate in order 1800 hours on the day of check-in. to secure your reservation. Without Failure to do so may mean that your room will be released. Disclaimer payment the Conference Managers are unable to guarantee your room. The services specified in the social Your deposit will be passed on to program are available at the time of the hotel. Delegates must settle Arrival Time writing. However, in the event that any the balance of their account with Hotel check-in time is usually 1500 service(s) become unavailable or the hotel concerned upon check hours. If you are to arrive before minimum numbers are not met, Tour out. this time it is probable that you will Hosts Corporate Special Events not be able to gain access to your reserves the right to alter in style or The Conference Managers will room. To guarantee a room to be price or cancel the event. accept accommodation deposits up until 8 August 2003. available for an early arrival you Accommodation bookings not will need to pre-register and pay secured with a deposit by 8 August for your room for the previous can be guaranteed using credit night. If required please indicate on card details. One night's room rate your Registration Form at Section C. will be debited from the supplied card if the delegate fails to arrive on the specified date. Accommodation Refunds The deposit is non-refundable at 25 July 2003 and will be forfeited page eleven if you do not arrive on the date for which you have booked. Practical Privacy for Optional Day Tours Program page twelve Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday 9 September 2003 11 September 2003 12 September 2003 13 September 2003 Introducing Sydney Blue Mountains Aboriginal Insights Bridgeclimb 0900 - 1300hrs 0900 - 1700hrs 0900 - 1300hrs 0955hrs Bridgeclimb 1345hrs These tours have been designed by and cobbled lanes in The Rocks - Day Tour 3 (DT3) Tour Hosts Destination Australia's European birthplace. Aboriginal Insight & Management (license No. Visit the Botanic Gardens and enjoy Botanic Gardens 2TA001144), for participating views of the Harbour Bridge and delegates and accompanying Opera House from Mrs Macquarie's Friday 12 September 2003 persons of the 25th International Chair, a waterfront seat carved into Time: 0900 - 1300 hours Conference of Data Protection and the rock for the wife of visionary Privacy Commissioners. Only the colonial governor, Lachlan Cost: A$120.00 per person best aspects of Sydney and its Macquarie. Travel through Sydney's Experience the world's oldest living environs have been incorporated to fashionable eastern suburbs, provide value for money for persons culture on a guided walking tour of renowned for their elegant homes the Royal Botanic Gardens, where whose time is at a premium. All and harbour vistas, on the way to the original inhabitants of Sydney sightseeing tours include the world-famous Bondi Beach - a gathered plants, seeds and roots for services of an English speaking haven for surfers and sun lovers food and medicine. At the nearby guide, all entry fees and meals alike. Art Gallery of New South Wales, where specified. All tours are based on a minimum number of enjoy morning tea and an participants. If this number is not Day Tour 2 (DT2) Aboriginal performance followed by reached, alternative places will be a guided tour of the Yiribana allocated strictly in order of receipt Blue Mountains Aboriginal Gallery. Learn about the of bookings. Where participants Thursday 11 September 2003 Dreamtime in this excellent cancel their day tour bookings prior permanent collection celebrating Time: 0900 - 1700 hours to Friday 25 July 2003 payment will the diversity of indigenous arts in be refunded in full. Thereafter, no Cost: A$190.00 per person Australia. After the tour, return refund will be made. It is transport is provided or spend time recommended that comfortable Leave the city and travel west to on your own exploring the Art shoes and informal dress be worn the mountains. En route, visit the Gallery. on all tours. Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum for morning tea. View the The following tours are optional works of this famous and influential Day Tour 4 (DT4) and not included in any registration Australian artist, including Bridgeclimb fee. Please complete Section E of children's books, novels, your Registration Form to purchase Friday 12 September 2003 controversial paintings and tickets. Time: 1345 hours drawings. Cost: A$145.00 per person Lunch will be provided, following If a translation service is required Saturday 13 September 2003 which you will view the spectacular please contact the Conference Time: 0955 hours sandstone cliffs and valleys for Managers. Cost: A$175.00 per person which the Blue Mountains are famous. Learn the legend of the Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge Day Tour 1 (DT1) Three Sisters - giant sandstone is an exhilarating experience. Introducing Sydney formations of Aboriginal Rendezvous at the Bridgeclimb significance before returning to office for a safety briefing and Tuesday 9 September 2003 Sydney. prepare for your three-hour Time: 0900 - 1300 hours adventure! Accompanied by an experienced leader your small team Cost: A$72.00 per person will walk up to the summit of the Explore the vibrancy and style of Bridge's upper arch - 130 metres cosmopolitan Sydney, one of the above sea level. Harnessed to a world's most beautiful harbour static line for the duration of the cities. Discover colonial buildings People, Government and Business 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Post Tours General Info climb, be treated to spectacular Post Tour A (PT A) Local Attractions around 360-degree views across one of the Reef and Rainforest Darling Harbour greatest harbours in the world. Saturday 13 September 2003 - IMAX Theatre Back on terra firma, explore the Wednesday 17 September 2003 www.imax.com.au historic Rocks area or make your own way back to your hotel. 5 Days/4 Nights Star City Casino www.starcity.com.au Please note that Bridgeclimb is Cost: A$1700.00 per person based available at various times. on twin/double occupancy Sydney Aquarium Bridgeclimb departs 7 days a week, www.sydneyaquarium.com.au every ten minutes from 0905-1735 A$2800.00 per person based on single occupancy The Powerhouse Museum hours. For bookings at other times www.phm.gov.au please visit the Tours Desk onsite North of Cairns you will discover at the Conference. one of the most beautiful regions of Sydney's Paddy's Markets Australia. Here, you will experience www.paddysmarkets.com.au Tours Departure Point Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Mobile Phones which stretches over 3,000 All tours will depart from the main For visitors, GSM and CDMA phones kilometres. Be enchanted by the entrance of Centre South, Sydney are compatible with most Australian world’s oldest Rainforest – the mobile networks. Convention & Exhibition Centre. Daintree. PCS (also known as GSM1900) handsets are incompatible with Disclaimer Post Tour B (PT B) Australian networks. However, The services specified in these tour The Dramatic Red because PCS phones do use descriptions are available at the compatible SIM card technology, in Centre certain cases you can put your SIM time of writing. However, in the event that any service(s) become Saturday 13 September 2003 - card inside a GSM900 or GSM unavailable for any reason, Tour Tuesday 16 September 2003 900/1800 cellular / mobile phone and Hosts will make every effort to make and receive calls which will be 4 Days/3 Nights charged to your existing account in supply alternative services of an Cost: A$1620.00 per person based your home country. equal standard and value but cannot accept any responsibility for on twin/double occupancy Before you leave your country you failure to provide the specified A$2040.00 per person based on will need to activate your services. single occupancy international roaming coverage with your mobile network. Another Called the Heart of the Nation, the alternative to international roaming ‘Red Centre’ is arid, dramatic and is to purchase a pre-paid mobile vast. It is a land of extremes and phone when you arrive which allows home of Uluru (Ayers Rock) you to control the amount you spend Australia’s spectacular monolith. on calls. Discover other geological wonders For further information on your such as Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), mobile's compatibility visit: Kings Canyon, Simpsons Gap and www.telstra.com.au/mobilenet/ more. introam/inbound/inbound.htm Airport & Transport For comprehensive post tour The Sydney central business district itineraries and terms and conditions is 10km north of the International please view the web site Airport and takes approximately 20 www.privacyconference2003.org . minutes to reach by car. A taxi costs Please note that Tour Hosts staff approximately A$25. A regular page thirteen will be onsite to assist with any airport to city bus service operates enquiries. Should you have any from approximately 0600 to 2100 questions or wish to book any hours (not recommended for those tours, please contact the with large amounts of luggage). Any Conference Managers. queries please see the Travellers Information Desk at the Airport. Practical Privacy for General information page fourteen Banking/Currency and Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) Quarantine Decimal currency is used in Australia paid on goods bought in Australia. Australia is free from many plant and with the dollar as the basic unit (100 animal diseases prevalent in other The refund only applies to goods cents = $1) Notes come in $100, $50, countries. Very strict quarantine which travellers take with them as $20, $10, and $5. Coins come in 5c, rules apply to the import of animals hand luggage when leaving the 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2 and plants, which cannot be brought country. It does not apply to services denominations. into the country without prior or goods consumed or partly application. Animal and plant Currency exchange facilities are consumed in Australia, however the products are also restricted. available in most banks, hotels and goods can be used before departing airports and operate normal business Australia. For more information see the hours. Credit cards are accepted at 'Information for International most restaurants and shops, the most Travelers' on the Australian Language widely used being Mastercard, Visa, Quarantine and Inspection Service The official language of the American Express and Diners Club. (AQIS) web site, which you can Conference is English, although access by visiting www.affa.gov.au. simultaneous interpretation in Business Hours Spanish, French, German and English Banks are generally open from 0930 - may be offered for sessions held in Time 1600 hours Monday - Friday. General the main Conference Auditorium only. Sydney is 10 hours ahead of office hours are 0900 - 1700 Monday The final number of languages Greenwich Mean Time. - Friday. Post Offices operate these offered will be subject to delegates' Please see below table for time in hours, however stamps are often requirements, please refer to different cities of the world at 2000 available from hotels. Section H of the Registration Form hours Sydney time. for further details. SYDNEY 2000 hours Climate & Clothing September is spring and the Parking TOKYO 1900 hours temperature range is 11 to 20 Parking is available at the Conference BANGKOK 1700 hours degrees celsius. venue at the rate of A$25 per day. MOSCOW 1400 hours PARIS 1200 hours Electricity Passport & Visa LONDON 1100 hours Electrical current is 240/250V, AC All travellers to Australia, other than NEW YORK 0500 hours 50Hz. The Australian three-pin New Zealand, require a valid entry power outlet is different from that in Visa prior to travel to Australia. For many countries, so you will need an many nationalities (29 in total) an adaptor. Electronic Visa or Electronic Travel Conference Managers Authority (ETA) can be obtained from your travel agent or airline when Goods & Service Tax (GST) / making your travel arrangements. Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS) Please see your travel agent or Since 1 July 2000, Australia has Tour Hosts Conference & Exhibition airline for further details. adopted a new taxation system Organisers incorporating the Goods & Services ABN 28 000 386 676 Tax (GST). All prices quoted in this Planning your Travel brochure are inclusive of GST, unless Because of time change and jet lag otherwise specified. the Organising Committee suggests you consider arriving in Australia by 6 As part of this new taxation system, September 2003. This will enable you the Australian Government to relax and familiarise yourself with introduced the Tourist Refund your hotel and its surrounds before Scheme (TRS). The scheme is the start of the Conference and also administered by the Australian allows you time to attend some of Customs Service and took effect on 1 the Privacy related events, that will July 2000. The TRS enables travellers commence in Melbourne, Victoria departing Australia to claim a refund Monday 8 September. of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Registration Form Formulaire D’Inscription 25th International Conference of Data 25e Conférence internationale des Protection and Privacy Commissioners Commissaires à la protection des données 10 - 12 September 2003 nominatives et de la vie privée Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre 10 – 12 septembre 2003 Page 1 of 4 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Register online at: Inscrivez-vous en ligne à: www.privacyconference2003.org Please print clearly or type and keep a photocopy of this form Veuillez remplir ce formulaire en caractère d’imprimerie ou le taper à la for your records. The information below will be reproduced in machine et en conserver une photocopie. Les renseignements suivants the delegate list at the conference and be used for all mailings seront reproduits dans la liste des délégués à la Conférence et serviront relating to the Conference. Please ensure the information you pour tous les envois de courrier se rapportant à la Conférence. Assurez-vous complete below is correct. que les renseignements que vous fournissez ci-dessous sont corrects. Please complete the form and mail immediately with your Veuillez remplir le formulaire et le poster immédiatement avec votre chèque cheque payable to: Privacy Conference 2003 fait à l’ordre de: Privacy Conference 2003 Forward this form and payment by airmail to: Veuillez envoyer ce formulaire et le paiement par poste aérienne à : Privacy 2003 Conference Managers Privacy 2003 Conference Managers GPO Box 128 SYDNEY NSW 2001 AUSTRALIA GPO Box 128 SYDNEY NSW 2001 AUSTRALIA A. DELEGATE DETAILS A. DONNEES DES DELEGUES TITLE (please tick) s Mr s Mrs s Ms s Miss s Dr s Prof s Other (Specify) TITRE (veuillez cocher) s M. s Mme s Ms s Mlle s Dr s Prof s Autre ( préciser ) FAMILY NAME NOM DE FAMILLE GIVEN NAME PRENOM ORGANISATION ORGANISATION POSITION FONCTION STREET ADDRESS ADRESSE DE RUE CITY VILLE STATE ETAT COUNTRY PAYS POSTCODE/ZIP CODE CODE POSTAL TELEPHONE TELEPHONE FAX TELECOPIE MOBILE PHONE TELEPHONE PORTABLE EMAIL MEL PREFERRED NAME ON NAME BADGE NOM PREFERE SUR LE BADGE The 25th International Conference of Data Protection and La 25e conférence internationale des commissaires chargés de la Privacy Commissioners (10 -12 September 2003) is managed by protection des données et du droit au domaine privé ( du 10 au 12 Tour Hosts Pty Limited on behalf of the Office of the Federal septembre 2003 ) est gérée par Tour Hosts Pty Limited pour le bureau du Privacy Commissioner, Australia (OFPC). Personal information commissaire fédéral australien pour la protection du droit au domaine collected will be processed by Tour Hosts only for the privé ( OFPC ). Les renseignements personnels recueillis seront traités par administration of this Conference, in accordance with Tour Hosts exclusivement dans le cadre de l’administration de cette instructions from the OFPC. Your information will be passed on Conférence, conformément aux directives reçues de l’OFPC. Ces to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and their renseignements seront transmis au Bureau du Commissaire canadien à la appointed Conference Manager, as the organisers of the 26th protection de la vie privée et à leur Administrateur de Conférence International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy désigné, à titre d’hôte de la 26e Conférence internationale des Commissioner's in 2004, to assist them in their preparations for Commissaires à la protection des données nominatives et de la vie privée that conference, unless you indicate otherwise in the tick box en 2004, pour les aider dans leurs préparatifs, sauf indication contraire ci- below. dessous. s No, I do not want my contact details passed on. s Non, je ne souhaite pas que mes coordonnées soient transmises. B. REGISTRATION FEES B. DROITS D’INSCRIPTION NOTE: All fees include the 10% Category Before Friday 18 July 2003 After Friday 18 July 2003 Goods and Services Tax (GST). Catégorie Avant Vendredi 18 juillet Après Vendredi 18 juillet * All fees must be paid in Members of Supervisory Authorities A$730.00 (EUR 404)* A$910.00 (EUR 503)* Australian Dollars. The EURO Membres des Autorités de surveillance 730,00$Aus (EUR 404)* 910,00$Aus (EUR 503)* amount quoted is an estimate only, based on the exchange rate Other Delegates A$1,250.00 (EUR 691)* A$1,395.00 (EUR 772)* at the time of print. Autres Délégués 1 250,00$Aus (EUR 691)* 1 395,00$Aus (EUR 772)* Please note: Confirmation of your registration will be sent to VEUILLEZ NOTER : Tous les prix Le montant cité en EURO est confirmation de votre you within 10 working days from comprennent la taxe de 10% estimatif et est basé sur le inscription vous sera envoyée receipt of your Registration Form. sur les Biens et Services (GST). taux de change au moment dans un délai de 10 jours * Tous les droits doivent être d’aller sous presse. ouvrables à partir de la date de payés en dollars australiens. Veuillez noter : La réception de votre formulaire d’inscription. B. Sub-Total Registration Fee: A$ B. Droits d’inscription – total partiel: $A B. Page 2 of 4 Registration Form Formulaire D’Inscription C. ACCOMMODATION C. HÉBERGEMENT One night's deposit for hotels must be paid to secure your Des ahrres d’un montant correspondant à une journée d’hôtel’ doivent être booking. Contact the Conference Manager for information on versées pour garantir votre réservation d’hôtel. Veuillez vous adresser au three bedroom apartments. Gérant de la Conférence pour tout renseignement concernant des appartements de trois chambres. Hotel Room Type Disability Rate per room Number of Deposit Hôtel Catégorie de chambre Facilities per night nights required arrhes Facilités pour Tarif par chambre Nombre de handicapés et par nuit nuits requises Mercure Grand Apartments 2 Bedroom Harbour View Apartment No A$385.00 Darling Harbour Suite à 2 chambres, Non 385,00$A Mercure Grand Apartments avec vue sur le port Darling Harbour 2 Bedroom Residential View Apartment No A$285.00 Suite à 2 chambres, avec vue sur la ville Non 285,00$A Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour Harbour View Room SGL/DBL/TWN Yes A$262.00 Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour Chambre avec vue sur le port SGL/DBL/TWN* Oui 262,00$A Residential View Room SGL/DBL/TWN Yes A$218.00 Chambre avec vue sur la rue SGL/DBL/TWN* Oui 218,00$A Hotel Ibis Darling Harbour Harbour View Room SGL/DBL/TWN Yes A$160.00 Hotel Ibis Darling Harbour Chambre avec vue sur le port SGL/DBL/TWN* Oui 160,00$A Residential View Room SGL/DBL/TWN Yes A$145.00 Chambre avec vue sur la rue SGL/DBL/TWN* Oui 145,00$A *SGL = single : chambre individuelle ; DBL = double : chambre à grand lit ; TWN = twin : chambre à deux lits. s I do not require the Conference Managers to book s Je n’ai pas besoin qu’on me réserve une chambre d’hôtel. J’ai pris accommodation for me. I have made my own arrangements. mes propres dispositions. If your first preference of hotel, as indicated above, is not Si l’hôtel de votre choix, tel qu’indiqué ci-haut, n’est pas disponible, les available, the Conference Managers will secure your Administrateurs de la Conférence vous hébergeront dans un autre hôtel. accommodation at another hotel. Please indicate your second Veuillez indiquer un deuxième et un troisième choix : and third preferences: Deuxième choix: Second preference Troisième choix: Third preference Catégorie de chambre requise : s Single s Twin s Double Accommodation required: s Single s Twin s Double s Appartement de 2 chambres (1 lit double et 2 lits single) s 2 Bedroom Apartment (1 double and 2 single beds) s Appartement de 2 chambres (2 lits double) s 2 Bedroom Apartment (2 double beds) Important – Veuillez remplir cette section Important - Please complete this section Date d’arrivée /d’enregistrement Arrival/Check-in Date Date de départ de l’hôtel Departure/Check-out Date Je partagerai cette chambre avec I will be sharing this room with ( Notez : indiquez ici si vous allez partager avec un autre délégué. Cette (Note: Please complete if you are sharing with another information sera transmise à l’hôtel de façon à ce que les occupants d’une delegate. This information will be passed onto the hotel to chambre donnée puissent se présenter à l’hôtel séparément ) ensure guests staying in the room can check in separately) Arrivée de bonne heure / tard Early/Late Check-in time Je désire faire une réservation à l’avance pour une arrivée de bonne heure le I wish to pre-register room for early arrival on / / à heures / / at hours Besoins spéciaux : chambre avec accès pour handicapés ; chambre fumeur Special Requirements e.g. disability accessible room or / non fumeur (selon la disponibilité). smoking/non-smoking room (subject to availability) C. Sub-Total Accommodation: A$ C. Hebergement – total partiel: $A C. Page 3 of 4 Registration Form Formulaire D’Inscription D. SOCIAL PROGRAM D. PROGRAMME SOCIAL NOTE: All fees include the 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST). VEUILLEZ NOTER : Tous les prix comprennent la taxe de 10% sur les The following events are included in the Registration Fee for Biens et Services (GST). Delegates. Please complete the following section to indicate Les activités suivantes sont comprises dans les droits d’inscription des attendance or if any additional tickets are required. délégués. Veuillez remplir la section suivante pour indiquer si vous participerez ou encore si vous désirez des billets supplémentaires. Event Delegate Additional Tickets No. of additional Total Cost Activité Délégué Billets supplémentaires tickets required Coût total Nombre de billets supplémentaires Conference Dinner $ nil $250.00 Wednesday 10 September 2003 s Yes I will attend s No I will not attend Dîner de la Conférence $ rien 250,00$A Wednesday 10 September 2003 s Je serai présent s Je ne serai pas présent D. Sub-Total Additional Social Tickets: A$ D. Billets supplémentaires pour le programme social – total partiel : $A D. E. OPTIONAL DAY TOURS PROGRAM E. PROGRAMME FACULTATIF – EXCURSIONS D’UN JOUR NOTE: All fees include the 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST). VEUILLEZ NOTER : Tous les prix comprennent la taxe de 10% sur les Biens et Services (GST). Name of Tour Cost per Ticket Number of Tickets Total Cost Nom de l’excursion Prix du billet Nombre de billets requis Coût total DT1 - Introducing Sydney - Tuesday 9 September 2003 A$72.00 DT1 - Premier contact avec Sydney - Mardi, 9 septembre 2003 72,00$A DT2 - Blue Mountains - Thursday 11 September 2003 A$190.00 DT2 - Les Montagnes Bleues - Jeudi, ll septembre 2003 190,00$A DT3 - Aboriginal Insight & Botanic Gardens - Friday 12 September 2003 A$120.00 DT3 - Aperçu du monde Aborigène et les Jardins Botaniques - 120,00$A Vendredi 12 septembre 2003 DT4A -Bridgeclimb - Friday 12 September 2003 A$145.00 DT4B - Bridgeclimb - Saturday 13 September 2003 A$175.00 DT4A -Bridgeclimb (Ascension du Pont de Sydney) - Vendredi, 12 septembre 2003 145,00$A DT4B -Bridgeclimb (Ascension du Pont de Sydney) - Samedi, 13 septembre 2003 175,00$A E. Sub-Total Day Tours Tickets: A$ E. Billets d’excursions d’un jour – total partiel : $A E. F. POST CONFERENCE TOURS F. EXCURSIONS POST CONFERENCE NOTE: All fees include the 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST). VEUILLEZ NOTER : Tous les prix comprennent la taxe de 10% sur les Biens et Services (GST). Name of Tour Cost per person Number of participants Total Cost Nom de l’excursion Prix de l’excursion –par personne Nombre de participants Coût total PT A - Reef & Rainforest A$1700.00 - twin/double occupancy PT A - Récif & Forêt tropicale 1 700,00$A Chambre twin/double A$2800.00 - single occupancy 2 800,00$A Chambre single PT B -The Dramatic Red Centre A$1620.00 - twin/double occupancy PT B - Le spectaculaire Coeur Rouge 1 620,00$A - Chambre twin/double A$2040.00 - single occupancy 2 040,00$A - Chambre single F. Sub-Total Post Conference Tours: A$ F. Excursions post Conférence - total partiel : $A F. G. LETTER OF INVITATION (Optional) G. LETTRE D’INVITATION (facultative) I require a letter of invitation in order to arrange the J’ai besoin d’une lettre d’invitation pour obtenir le visa d’entrée approprié appropriate visa to enter Australia / apply for leave to attend en Australie / demander congé pour participer à la Conférence. the Conference. s Please send me a letter of invitation s Veuillez m’envoyer une lettre d’invitation Page 4 of 4 Registration Form Formulaire D’Inscription H. SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETING H. INTERPRETATION SIMULTANEE All presentations will be in English. However, simultaneous Toutes les communications seront faites en anglais. Cependant,une traduction translations may be offered in Spanish, French, German and simultanée en espagnol, en français, en allemand ou en anglais sera English for the sessions held in the main Conference Auditorium disponible, mais uniquement pour les séances qui auront lieu dans le grand only, according to delegates' requirements. Please indicate below auditorium pour les conférences; ceci, en fonction de ce que demanderont les if you will require this service. délégués. Veuillez indiquer ci-dessous si vous demandez ce service. Yes, I will require simultaneous interpretation during the sessions Oui, j’aurai besoin d’une traduction simultanée durant les séances qui seront held in the Conference Auditorium tenues dans l’auditorium pour les conférences (please tick) s German s French s Spanish ( veuillez cocher ) s Allemand, s Français, s Espagnol The final number of languages offered will be subject to delegates' Le nombre de traduction simultanées disponibles dépendra de ce que les requirements. délégués demanderont. I. SPECIAL NEEDS / DIETARY REQUIREMENTS I. BESOINS SPÉCIAUX / RÉGIME ALIMENTAIRE If you have any special needs please specify. Every attempt will Si vous avez quelque besoin spéciaux, veuillez nous en faire part. Tout be made to meet your requirements; however this may not be sera mis en oeuvre pour satisfaire vos exigences ; cependant ceci ne sera possible in every case. peut-être pas possible dans tous les cas. J. PAYMENT J. REGLEMENT Section B Registration Fee A$ Section B Droits d’inscription $A Section C Accommodation A$ Section C Hébergement $A Section D Social Program A$ Section D Programme social $A Section E Day Tours Program A$ Section E Programme d’excursions d’un jour $A Section F Post Conference Tours A$ Section F Excursions post Conférence $A NOTE: Registrations will not be processed or confirmed NOTEZ : Les incriptions ne seront effectuées ou confirmées qu’à la until payment in full is received. réception du règlement complet. TOTAL FEES ENCLOSED: A$ COUT TOTAL CI-INCLUS : $A J. YES - Please include my details as given in this form (and any OUI - Veuillez inclure mes données telles que décrites dans ce formulaire subsequent amendment) in the Delegate List produced for the (et toute autre modification ultérieure) dans la Liste des Délégués Conference which will be supplied to all delegates attending préparée pour la Conférence, laquelle liste sera fournie à tous les the Conference. Délégués présents à la Conférence. s No, please do not include my details in the Delegate List. s Non, veuillez ne pas inclure mes données dans la Liste des Délégués. s No, I do not want to receive updates on the Conference. s Non, je ne désire pas recevoir de mise à jour concernant la s Yes, I would like to receive information on related events. conférence s Yes, I have read and agreed to all the conditions outlined s Oui, j’aimerais recevoir des informations sur les activités qui lui in this registration brochure/document seront associées s Please find enclosed cheque/money order payable to s Veuillez trouver ci-inclus un chèque / mandat postal à l’ordre de : Privacy 2003 Conference Privacy Conference 2003 s Please charge the total amount above to the following s Veuillez porter au débit de ma carte de crédit la somme totale ci- credit card: s Mastercard s Visa Card dessus : s Mastercard s Visa Card Please note all transactions by credit card will appear on your Prière de prendre note que toutes les transactions par carte de crédit statement as payment to: Conference by THPL figureront sur votre relevé de compte comme un règlement fait à : Conference by THPL. Credit card number Numéro de la carte de crédit : ssss ssss ssss ssss Expiry Date: Date d’expiration : / Name on card: Nom inscrit sur la carte : Billing Address: Adresse pour facturation : Signature Signature Date Date / / NOTE: Your registration will not be processed or confirmed if payment is not forwarded with this form. NOTEZ : Votre inscription ne sera ni exécutée ni confirmée si le paiement n’est pas transmis avec ce formulaire.
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