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Published: Wednesday, 12.03.2014

International conference “Quality Education for Children At Social Risk”

The international conference “Quality Education for Children at Social Risk – Sharing Best Practices and Starting a Dialogue” in Tallinn-Keila, Estonia is scheduled to begin in a few days. Gordana Daniel, the national program development director, and Ljubica Košćak, pedagogical assistant in the SOS Children's Village Lekenik, will represent SOS Children's Village Croatia at the conference.

The conference is supported by the EU Regional Development Fund, Estonian Development Cooperation, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Nordic Council of Ministers – the Nordplus Horizontal Project.
To find our more about the conference, go to www.sos-lastekyla.ee/en/conference/

You can follow the live stream of the conference at http://otse.hk.tlu.ee/ (March 17,18,19, 10.30 - 18.00 CET)

The conference is part of the wider project of Quality Education for Children At Social Risk, aimed at establishing the communities of practice and a regular exchange of know-how and learning. Recordings of the plenary sessions at the conference, as well as some parallel sessions, will be available in English and Russian at the conference website.

The conference aims to share experiences and strengthen cooperation between different stakeholders involved in the education of socially vulnerable children. Approximately 170 participants from the SOS Children's Village and their partners from schools, kindergartens and local municipalities are expected to attend, coming from more than 25 countries worldwide, mostly from Central and Eastern Europe and CIS countries.
We believe that education is a key issue in escaping poverty and that our efforts will bring tangible and sustainable results.
 

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