Luxembourg 2013

AIEJI World Congress 2013 Fund

AIEJI World Congress 2013 Fund

Benny Andersen, the president of AIEJI, is proud to announce that AIEJI has established a World Congress 2013 Fund. The raison d’etre of this fund is to make it possible for members from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to attend the congress.

 

Please see the guidelines below.

 

Guidelines

For members of AIEJI from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Aisa there is a possibility to apply for a financial contribution to participate in the AIEJI World Congress 2013.

 

The fund is aimed at people who are not otherwise able to find sufficient financial means to pay for travel and registration fee.

 

The maximum grant allowed is 1,000 EUR pr. person.

 

Guidelines:

– You must be a member of AIEJI
– You must live in Africa, Asia, Latin America or the Middle East
– You must be able to obtain a visa to travel to Luxembourg
– When we have received your application you will be asked to register as proof of your intention to participate

 

Send your application including name, workplace, work area (ie. children and youth, persons with disabilities, elderly, school, care centre etc.) to Dea Engberg: dee@sl.dk .

 

AIEJI’s World Congress 2013: Put it on your website

To make AIEJI’s World Congress 2013 a success we need your help. We need your help to tell about the congress and spread the word, so please use the logos below to put on your website or in your magazine or other media you use.

Without you and your colleagues the congress is nothing. So tell it to your colleagues and ask them to come and to spread the word further. The real stars of the event are you – the many participants from all over the world.

You can find other promotianl material in the bottom of the right hand menu on the congress site: http://www.worldcongress.lu/en/

 

 

AIEJI World Congress 2013 – open for registration

To all those who intend to go to the AIEJI World Congress 2013 in Luxembourg, the congress is now open for registration.

To register, go to this page:
http://www.worldcongress.lu/en/general-info/registration.

 

Call for papers

The call for papers for AIEJI’s World Congress 2013 has now been announced. The first deadline is 1 December 2012, while the second and last deadline is 15 January 2013.

 

Please go to the congress website to read more about the deadlines and requirements for workshops/paper sessions: Call for papers.

 

For any questions, please contact Marc Pletsch from APEG: marc.pletsch@education.lu

Uruguay preparing for AIEJI World Congress 2013

 

In Uruguay, a larger group of 17 social educators are determined to participate in AIEJI World Congress 2013. The initiative to start the group came from Claudio Desanti Sanchez, Luciana Salles, Nicolas Marrero and Veronica Bentancor who all participated in the World Congress 2009 in Copenhagen. Claudio explains that meeting friends and colleagues from all over the world has meant a lot to all of them.

Participating in the World Congress 2009 in Copenhagen and the World Congress 2005 in Montevideo were such great experiences that Claudio and his friends decided to form a group with the aim of collecting enough money to go to Luxembourg in 2013. The group had their first meeting in April and now meet every last Sunday of the month. In order to raise funds they produce and sell hair bands and organise parties and all try and save as much money as possible.

The ambitions and efforts of the group are admirable – fingers crossed we will see them in Luxembourg 2013!

World Congress 2013 – newsletter from APEG

APEG, the national federation of social educators in Luxembourg who are hosting the World congress in 2013, have published their 2nd newsletter about the progress in preparations for the congress.


18th January: Meeting with the Minister of Family and Integration and with the Minister of Gender Equality and Tourism

Five members representing the Organization Committee of World Congress 2013 have been received by Mrs Jacobs, Minister of Family and Integration and Mrs Hetto-Gaasch, social pedagogue and Minister of Gender Equality and Tourism.  In a very friendly atmosphere, the first budget estimation has been introduced to the two ministers, who consider themselves as partners who try to take responsibility for the success of AIEJI World Congress next year. Representative for the government of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, the two ministers will stand up for some financial support for the realization of the event. During the next weeks, the OC will work on more detailed financial estimations concerning major costs of the event in order to present a new version of the budget for the end of February.

To read more, go to the APEG’s website.

AIEJI’s 19th World Congress

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In the President's Report 2017 you can read about AIEJI's work and projects from 2013-2017. You can also read about the coming work programme for the next four years.

Download the report here.

AIEJI’s 18th World Congress

In the President's Report 2013 you can read about the activities of AIEJI in the last congress period as well as the ideas for the coming work programme in 2013 - 2017.

Download the report here.