CONFERENCE: International Congress on Education for the Deaf (ICED) July 2010

Posted on 18 February 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Call for Papers, Deaf, Education, Events and Conferences, Opportunities | Tags: , , , , , , |

The 21st International Congress on Education for the Deaf (ICED) Congress will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from 18 – 22 July 2010.

For more information check their website at:

www.iced2010.com

As of this writing (mid-February, 2008), there is little information available. But more information should be added to their web site in the weeks and months to come.

Individuals who are interested in attending the conference as a participant; sponsoring the conference; offering an exhibit at the conference; presenting a paper at the conference; or presenting a poster at the conference are invited to send your full contact information to the conference organizers at:

iced2010@advance-group.com

Your contact information should include, at minimum, your first and last name and your email address. You may also wish to provide your position and organization; your full mailing address (including province or state, and your country); your day time telephone number and fax number.

If you provide ICED with your contact information then you will be contacted with more detail as they become available.



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32 Responses to “CONFERENCE: International Congress on Education for the Deaf (ICED) July 2010”

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Iam occupational therapist based in uganda working withA cbr organisation. iwould like to carry out a reaserch study in on the effective ness of locally made simple assisitive devices for persons with disabilities. i have tried to get funding for this project but in vain. Please can some one help me out. My contact is email: moskai@yahoo.com

can reach me on my mail so we can talk the more our delegates are willing to know

hello. my name is konde moses
i from uganda and am looking some donor us organization of the southern sudan project we has to against support us organization since not has get lack donor sudan with disability people deaf. please contact email: ssddeafyouth@yahoo.com

i am lecturer in information management in Malaysia. I am doing a special project on information needs for deaf in Malaysia. I would like to present my paper in this conference. Pls notify me once it is ready to be registered. Thank you.

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it will be great if all stake holders are given
a chance to attend this international congress with out discremination of race,color,we expect affair deal amongest non canadian in aquiring travel documents when a need arises.theres always unfair treat to african’s when such conferences come upon your consest and you proclaim them towads global unification.

it will be great if all stake holders are given
a chance to attend this international congress with out discremination of race,color,we expect affair deal amongest non canadian in aquiring travel documents when a need arises.theres always unfair treat to african’s when such conferences come upon your concent and you proclaim them towads global unification.

hello, i am deaf from nigeria like to join with you

I am deaf, I have need to come your conference

I am a Lecturer at a Special College Of Education Oyo Oyo s State Nigeria.I will lke to present a paper at the 2010 Conference on Hearing Impaired teaching -Learning experience in my College. Please furnish me with more information. Thanks.

ubject: Special Education Course

My name is Bishwaraj Bastola. I am the Headmaster of a deaf school and named as Sirjana Residential Higher Secondary School for the Deaf at Lekhnath – 3, Kaski, Nepal. Since 1999, I am working as a Headmaster in this school and this is my eighteen years of involvement in education sector. I have obtained Bachelor Degree in General Education from Tribhuwan University of Nepal. The school where I work as a Head of the Institution requires Special Education qualification but unfortunately there is no such course in Nepal for Special Education. In Nepal, four months Nepali Sign Language only has remained as an only extra qualification to operate a deaf school. Now I have come to understand that Special Education is a must in other schools outside Nepal. All this has made the Management Committee of our school to explore more about such Institutions where this qualification can be acquired. The Management is also keen to provide such course to its teaching member.
Therefore, I request you to provide me with all the detail of your Institution and the requirements. I also expect your thorough information regarding the admission formalities.
I have also attached my Biodata for your information please.
Our website remains as follows: http://www.deafschool.edu.np
Kind Regards.
Bishwaraj Bastola
Headmaster

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Hello, Mr/ Mrs. I am Deaf from Ethiopia and I study as third year BA Degree student at Addis Ababa University in Sign language and Deaf culture. Of course , i am very interested to participate on ICED conferance to share idea and experience about deaf education confidently. So i need your willingness to accept me . It is best if your organization calls or invites me via my universiyy.

Please send me more information about this conference

Hello,I am from Ethiopia. I am Deaf and second
year student at Addis Ababa University linguist
/sign language.Please send me more information about this conference

Thank you

GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT

(YOUTHS ORGANIZATION)
(Non Governmental Organization)
HQ\NGO\G.R.M-GAMBIA(2009)(63-RTD)

Sir/madam,

REQUEST TO ATTEND YOUR CONFERENCE:

We are a youths oriented organization that is newly established in the Gambia and registered to the Attorney General Chambers, under the civil registration laws of the Gambia as charitable organization. I wish to invite you as friendship organization member to share ideas with to enable us move forward to this charity works.
We have the main of working towards the promotion of world peace, stability and peaceful co-existence between people of different cultural and traditional backgrounds through youths intervention. We plan to do this through conferences, workshops festivals, seminars and cultural exchange programs between youths of the different countries. We aim to commit ourselves to socio-economic development of the youths, poverty alleviation and to empower the youths of the Gambia in particular to take more active roles in peace building and sustainable development. We really need to be educated with a lots of ideas. EARLY CHILD HOOD DEVELOPMENT( already is session) AND CARE WELFARE TO UNPANNNED TEENAGE PREGNANCIES AMONG THE YOU FEMALES/ AIDS and HIV Victims.
We also aim to complement the Government efforts in achieving the goal of providing primary education for all children mainly in the rural areas. We aim to achieve this through campaign for parents to send there children to school, establishment of nursery schools and other sensitization programs. And etc. Email: grassrootscharityworks@yahoo.com

We are thereby requesting to attend your up coming conference starting from 17-Nov-2009 and others for more ideas in carrying out our programs as we are new beginers.
Your patronage and co-operation is highly solicited. We look forward to hear from you.
Thanks for your understanding and co-operation.

UZOMA PASCHAL
SECRETARY- GRM

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Welcome to the New Year 2010.
My name is Nure Mohammed Amiru and I am a deaf, I live in Ethiopia. I was wonderful because will be program has Canada Conference 2010 and it is nice.

Please continue to pray for the success of the Canada Conference 2010. If God says I will be in Canada for the conference and I want to give for you some image about the Ethiopian deaf education, I hope to hear from you soon.

Nure Mohammed Amiru
P.O. box 596
Nazareth
Ethiopia.
SMS+251912222484

I am a Lecturer at a Special College Of Education Oyo Oyo s .I will lke to present a paper at the 2010 Conference on deaf and hearing-hard teaching -Learning experience in my College. Please furnish me with more information. Thanks.

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Hi .. International Congress on Education for the Deaf (ICED) July 2010

I want to know how to go about it canada deaf culture like?
but as you did for me ….? declaracao
I will give my address to you power?
if I ja letter to me I see her place in canada.
I live in Goiania Brazil-go ….
‘m deaf
I have 31 years
pleasure of you the world …
kiss

I would like to extend my cordial greeting to the organizing committee of
the above mentioned conference. My name is
kassa Kiros and I am disabled deaf person from Ethiopia.
I am very much interested to attend the above mentioned conference which
will be held in 2010

Thus, I kindly request you to send me invitation letter so that i can
attend the event. You can send me the invitation letter via email
attachement and the orginal invitation letter at the following postal
address.Mr. kassa kiros gebremichael

P. O Box 27398 code 1000

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

hi. apply for admission.i wish to attend the college of education,let me know the more about program school.can you use the online on me yahoo only

dear Director

I amm deaf live in india. I am secretary to
Deaf Welfare Association. Please e.mail send me

Umesh grover

Hey to everyone l am deaf and wish to join you.
Thank you.

Iam a disabled orphan who has jut been addmitted in the University of Newcastle in Australia. i HAVE NO MONEY TO PAY FOR MY TUTION CAN SOME BODY IN HERE HELP ME OUT.
IAM teo read and practice Physiotherapy which will be a relief to the over three million disabled persons suffering in Cameroon with no Physotherapiest at their sevice

pls send to mor informations so that i will be acquitted with the latest.
thanks

dear sir,
l am a deaf evangelist from ghana africa,
l will like to come to conference.
thnak you
reuben peter wuni

أرغب بالانضمام وبرفقة إبنتي الصماء معلمة الفن الاورغامي وهي أصم وكفيف الاورغامي أنا محاضر بجامعة الاقصى تربية صم

I am working in atfaluna scocity for deaf children from 1995 until 2010 as amath teacher and have alecuter in al aksa univirty faculity of spical education & my dutghter also eaf and alitel bliand she teaching art origami for deaf we hope could attend conferace
thanks alot

Dear
Thank you for the message informing that I can only attained the conference by my own but not the scholarships Para phrased your statement as stated below. Would you please send me the visa only for airplane full trip tickets NGOS can cover for me. I need your immediate Response?

“We hope that you will still be able to attend the conference this year on your own, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with you to change the world for persons with disabilities.”

Yours
Person, s Details info.
First Name Adem
Last Name Ali
Grandfather Mohammed
Nationality Ethiopian
Passport number EP 0453591
Date of Barth 17 October 1979
Passport Issue/Expiry Date 15 May 2007 /13May 2012
p.o.box1176
Addis Ababa University science faculty
Email adem_a2009@yahoo.com

I AM DEAF FROM PANAMA.. I LOOKING FOR WEB OF ICED.. WHERE FIND IT???


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