ALL BEST WISHES IN THE UPCOMMING YEAR 2010 Print E-mail

new_year_2010 DEAR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF EUFAPA. We would like to send you seasons greetings and as small Christmas present you can download from http://www.eufapa.eu/ recently published issue of European Journal EUJAPA 2(2). We hope you will enjoy reading new articles, which are now also included in EBSCO database and Index Copernicus. Perhaps next year, we can be reading your original articles, reviews or viewpoints.

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Third partner meeting of the EUSAPA in Riga Print E-mail

meet_esusapa_riga From 26th to 29th of November third partner meeting of the EUSAPA project took place in Riga (Latvia). This meeting was little bit different from the others, because three representatives from every partner institution participated there - one for the area of physical education, one for the area of sports and recreation and one for the area of rehabilitation.

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IPC Decides on Participation of Athletes with Intellectual Disability Print E-mail

kuala_lumpur Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - During the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the IPC membership today decided in favour of the re-inclusion of athletes with an intellectual disability (ID athletes) in competitions, including the Paralympic Games. Said IPC President Sir Philip Craven: "Today's achievement is the outcome of a unique and excellent co-operation between sports governance and the scientific community.

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EUCAPA 2010 deadline for abstract submission in ONE MONTH Print E-mail
deadline Dear colleagues, we would like to take this opportunity to remind you that deadline for EUCAPA 2010 abstracts is December 15th, 2009.
EUCAPA 2010: Presentations and discussions of the most recent research in the field make the Congress an unrivalled opportunity to compare notes with other professionals, stimulates growth in the sector and helps to spread "good practice in APA". The main themes and are:  1.
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International Interdisciplinary Conference in Wroclaw Print E-mail
logo_conference_lack International Interdisciplinary Conference „Lack of self-dependence-old and new areas. Challenges to education, rehabilitation and inclusion".
The Institute of Special Pedagogy, at Lower Silesia University, Wrocław, Poland is happy to announce that International Interdisciplinary Conference will be held on 5th-7th July 2010 in Wrocław.
The topic of the conference is „Lack of self-dependence-old and new areas. Challenges to education, rehabilitation and inclusion".
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International conference on inclusion in Riga, July 11-14, 2010 Print E-mail
rigas_bridge The International conference in Riga, July 11-14, 2010 on title "Embracing inclusive approaches for students and youth with special education needs". The deadline for submitting papers is December 11, 2009. Please, find more information on application proceedure. Hope to see many APA/APE professionals in Riga next summer!!!
Greetings, Aija Klavina
 
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