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Event 

Title:
ELSA Youth Meeting 2011 - Giggleswick UK
When:
16.07.2011 - 22.07.2011
Where:
Giggleswick School - Settle
Category:
Organized by ELSA

Description

TO ALL NATIONAL STUTTERING ASSOCIATIONS OF EUROPE

Dear Colleagues,

The 8th ELSA Youth Meeting, at Giggleswick, near Settle United Kingdom, 16-22 July 2011.

The European League of Stuttering Associations (ELSA) is holding a Youth Meeting in July 2011 at a location in the north of England. This is ELSA’s 8th Youth Meeting, the first being in Linköping at the time the World Congress in 1995, the second in Nijmegen in 1997, the third in Mullsjö, Sweden in 2000 and the fourth, fifth, and sixth again in Nijmegen in 2003, 2005 and 2007, the seventh was at Giggleswick in 2009. This letter is addressed to the Boards/Committees and offices of every European National Stuttering Association inviting you to nominate up to four people between 18 and 26 years old who stutter to participate in the Youth Meeting. The meeting will be 6 days starting Saturday evening 16 July and finishing Friday morning 22 July. The Meeting will consist of workshops, lectures, presentations, social outings and many other activities.

 The title of the Youth Meeting is:

"The Right to be Heard”

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Venue

Venue:
Giggleswick School   -   Website
City:
Settle
State:
North Yorkshire
Country:
UK

Description

Giggleswick School  is an independent co-educational day and boarding school situated in the stunning rural location of the Yorkshire Dales, England, within walking distance of the popular market town of Settle and just over an hour from both Leeds, Harrogate and Manchester. With 400 pupils aged 11 to 18 the Senior School is large enough to offer a wide variety of teaching and learning opportunities, but small enough to offer close tutorial support, small classes and opportunities for everyone to get into sports teams or to take part in music, art, drama, outdoor pursuits and all the other activities we offer.

The International Stuttering Association
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