A CHANCE FOR EVERY CHILD BRIGHT FUTURE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE

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– ‘Hidden in the Silence’ –
We are excited to announce The Novalis Ubuntu Institute in collaboration with Sofia Association in Sweden, will be hosting our second A Chance for Every Child International Education Conference on Wednesday the 20th and Thursday the 21st of April, 2016. The conference fee will be R450.00 per person with a discounted price for NPO’S of R250.00.  For bookings and further information, contact Blessing Makumbe at blessing@novalis.org.za

Following on from the success of our first Bright Future International Education Conference in 2014, this year’s conference offers an exciting, informative and inspiring programme of presentations, workshops, focus groups and panel discussions.

The 2016 A Chance for Every Child – Bright Future Conference theme is ‘Hidden in the Silence’.  Our key note speakers will share their expertise and knowledge in exploring this theme by addressing areas of vulnerability in communities. Local, national and international perspectives on education, refugees, special needs and sustainability will also be addressed with delegates having the unique opportunity to attend a capacity building workshop focusing on ‘Resilience’.

Join us in co-creating a strategy for taking quality education forward, collaborate with organisations and individuals actively working to meet the needs of the individual child, take that vital step to make a difference through sustainable partnership with The Novalis Ubuntu Institute.

The Novalis Ubuntu Institute in Wynberg, Western Cape is a non-profit organization that provides holistic education programmes for adult learners who practice in disadvantaged communities or in organizations that serve these communities. For further details, contact Marianne Boulle at 021 797 1857 or email marianne@novalis.org.za or visit our new website www.novalis.org.za

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