CONFERENCE: Gulf Disability Society

Posted on 10 September 2007. Filed under: Announcements, Cross-Disability, Events and Conferences, Middle East and North Africa | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

I learned about this conference through the Intl-Dev email list.  However, neither I nor Intl-Dev are associated with this conference.  If you wish to learn more about it, then please follow the link provided below.

 The 8th Annual Conference of the Gulf Disability Society

“Disability and the Services Related to It”

March 18 – 20, 2008
Sharjah, UAE

Official Language:

The official language of the conference is Arabic. English translation will be provided upon request.


Academics, researchers and any one interested in disability and the services related it.

Targeted People:

1     Disabled people in the Cooperation Council For the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) and their parents and guardians.
2     Members of the Gulf Disability Society.
3     People working with disabled people at organizations, associations and centers in the Cooperation Council For the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC).
Conference Venue:

The 8th annual conference of the Gulf Disability Society will take place in Sharjah, United Arab of Emirates – March 18 – 20, 2008.

The Official Web Site:

More information about the conference can be found on the official web site of the 8th conference of the Gulf Disability Society:

The web site is currently in Arabic language.

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Thanks for your interest. To learn more about this conference, you should follow the link given above to so you can read more detail about it on the conference web site.

i warm welcome,but i wouldbe very intersting ifits all arabstate countries including thans bythe way

i warm welcome,but i wouldbe very intersting ifits all arabstate countries including thanks bythe way iam somali disablity organisation chairperson special mugadishu capital city of somalia

i am abdul rahim from India. it is very interesting and ineed much more information

hi i would like to fund a job in dubai
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