Media Accreditation

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We are planning an active media program for the Congress. If you would like to receive our media releases and/or interview delegates, please contact:

Niall Byrne
26th World Mining Congress Media Manager
Phone +61 417 131 977

In your request please let us know who you’re reporting for, and your deadline.

Visit to see the latest media releases and other media information.

  • Media are also welcome to attend the Congress.
  • Attendance is complimentary to journalists from print, TV, radio and other organisations, who are attending the event as part of their professional duties.
  • We also offer complimentary registration to freelance journalists who can demonstrate that that they have been assigned by a media organisation to report on the Congress.
  • We will also consider requests from independent journalists reporting on social media and other platforms at our discretion. We will want evidence that you have a significant and relevant audience for the topics being discussed at the Congress.
  • We will withdraw accreditation if you behave onsite in any way that causes disruption to other delegates.

Please contact to seek accreditation.

We will review your request and then provide a link for congress registration.

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Key Dates

Abstract submission closes Closed
Author notification and request for full paper Completed
Preliminary program launch Launched
Paper submission closes Closed
Final program launch 28 February 2023
Early Bird registration opens Open
Speaker registration closes 26 March 2023
Author notification paper approval 17 February 2023
Early Bird registartion closes 26 March 2023
World Mining Congress 26-29 June 2023

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