Make payment for SWAN conference 2013

The fees for the conference are as follows:
£15 Students/service users
£25 Practitioners
£35 Academics
£65 With institutional support /Solidarity price
Free For asylum seekers

If you can, please pay the solidarity price. This enables us to charge less for those on low incomes. 

SWAN is committed to facilitating participation of all those interested in its activities.  Please contact us – swanconf2013 [at] – if you have concerns about costs.

There are three ways to book for the SWAN Conference 2013:


In order to do this you must have or register for a PayPal account.

– Visit
– Login to site or register new account
– Select ‘Send Money’ tab
– In ‘To’ box, write
– In ‘Amount’ box, enter the relevant fee for the ticket you are buying (see above) – ensure currency is GBP – British Pounds
– Click continue and pay.

NB: Paying by PayPal will charge you a small fee on top of the regular charges. Do not worry about the suggestion that you have paid Social Work Action Network West Midlands – we are reusing a PayPal account from a previous SWAN conference.


Please log in to your online bank account and transfer the relevant amount to:

Account Name: London Social Work Action Network (SWAN)
Account Number: 20244231
Sort Code: 086001


Please make cheques for the relevant amount payable to’London Social Work Action Network (SWAN)’

Please then send the cheque listing details of your name and email address (for us to confirm payment) to:

SWAN Conference 2013
HSC Faculty
London South Bank University
103 Borough Road


You will receive an email from when you have booked a place successfully (i.e. you have registered and completed payment). Please bear with us as the nature of the payment processes – especially receiving cheques and paying them in – takes some time.

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