Eleventh World Congress to be held in the Republic of Korea in July 2001
The World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) announces an early invitation to comparative education researchers, international education development specialists, educators, and policy-makers to attend the eleventh World Congress of Comparative Education. The general theme of the Congress, which will be held at the Korean National University of Education in Choongbuk, Republic of Korea, 2-6 July 2001, is ‘Education for the Twenty-first Century’. The Korean Comparative Education Society (KCES) will host the Congress on behalf of the WCCES. For details about proposal procedures, registration or accommodation, contact: Namgi Park (Kwangju National University of Education, Kwangju, 500-703, Republic of Korea; (82-62) 520-4200; Fax: (82-62) 524-6022; E-mail: ngpark@-www.kwangju-e.ac.kr) or Byung-Jin Lee (Korean National University of Education, Kangnae-myun, Choengwon-kun, Choongbuk, Republic of Korea; Tel: (82-431) 230-3413; Fax (82-431) 232-7174; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE), in collaboration with its Italian Section (SICESE), will be holding the nineteenth European Congress of Comparative Education at the University of Bologna between 3 and 7 September 2000. Further information is available from: Conference Secretariat, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Educa-zione, Via Zamboni 34, 40126 Bologna, Italy; tel.: (39) 051.25.84.42; fax.: (39) 051.22.88.47 (include the ‘0’); e-mail: email@example.com
Please send any news or other information about (or of interest to) the WCCES or its member comparative education organizations to the editor of WCCES news, Mark Ginsburg, IISE, University of Pittsburgh, 5K01 Forbes Quadrangle, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, United States of America; Fax: (1-412) 624.26.09; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This 48-page brochure is addressed to field practitioners and specialists (as well as non-specialists) who have to set up schools in crisis situations, especially for refugee children fleeing civil strife and war. A limited number of copies are available free of charge from the Publications Unit, IBE, P.O. Box 199, 1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland.
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