- Anna Bäsén (Sweden): Undercover Health Journalism
- Chris French (UK): Psychological Perspectives on Paranormal Belief and Experience
- Maria Berglund (Sweden): Våra opålitliga hjärnor: hur fel vi uppfattar världen och hur fel vi tänker om det vi uppfattar
- Dénis Caroti (France): CorteX and Chomsky's Wish
- Kendrick Frazier (US) of the Committe for Skeptical Inquiry: title to be announced.
- Christer Fuglesang (Sweden): ESA: Did You Know That You Too Are Co-Owner of a Space Agency?
- D.J. Grothe (US) of the James Randi Educational Foundation: Critical-thinking Teaching Materials for Schools
- Kristine Hjulstad (Norway): How Magicians Fool Our Brains
- Catherine de Jong (Netherlands): Pseudoscientific Addiction Treatments
- Dan Larhammar (Sweden): Nytt och trendigt inom alternativmedicinen
- Max Maven (US) does magic
- Michael "Marsh" Marshall (UK): Bad News. PR and Spin in the Media
- Beatrice Mautino (Italy): Solving Mysteries to Learn Science (and Vice Versa)
- Hans Rosling and Ola Rosling (Sweden): A Fact-based Worldview Through Animated Data
- Hayley Stevens (UK): A Skeptic's Guide to Ghost Hunting
- Tom Stone (Sweden): The Art of Deception
- Barbro Walker (Germany): A Close Look at Brain Gym
- Tomasz Witkowski (Poland): Is Psychology a Cargo-Cult Science?
We asked French documentary film maker Sophie Robert to speak at the conference about her film Le Mur. It deals with the odd Freudian tradition surviving in French psychiatry, which leads among other things to mistreatment of autistic children. Robert has been mentioned in our marketing, but sadly she's being sued by the people she's criticised in the film and cannot appear at the conference as we hoped.