CALL FOR PAPERS: Life-Long Learning

Posted on 28 January 2009. Filed under: Academic Papers and Research, Announcements, Call for Papers, Children, Education, Opportunities | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Enabling Education Network (EENET) is looking for articles for the 2009 issue of its newsletter “Enabling Education”. (First draft and article ideas should be submitted by January 30, 2009.) The theme of the newsletter is life-long learning. If you could write an article about your experiences of inclusive education in relation to informal, non-formal, alternative, pre-school, vocational or higher education, EENET would love to hear from you.

EENET’s goal with the 2009 newsletter is to publish an entire newsletter that contains no articles that look purely at formal primary and secondary education. They hope you can help them achieve this! If you are not an experienced writer, don’t worry. Send EENET your ideas and they will try to help you to develop these ideas into an article. You may also find it helpful to look at some previous newsletter articles when you are developing ideas for your own article. If you don’t already have copies of “Enabling Education”, please look at the EENET newsletters on their website (click on the highlighted text in this sentence to follow the link).

EENET really encourages you to send them articles that have been researched/written by, or in collaboration with, children and young people. EENET also always welcome articles that make use of drawings, photos, etc.

Number of words: articles should be about 600 words long.

Deadline: first drafts or article ideas should be sent to us by
30th January 2009.

More details are available at: http://www.eenet.org.uk/events/call_for_articles_eenet_newsletter_2009.shtml

Or email: info@eenet.org.uk



I learned about this call for papers via EENET’s Facebook page. The text is copied from their original announcement and also from their more detailed call for articles. Inquiries and submissions should please be directed to EENET, NOT We Can Do.

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INTRODUCTION

SPDA stands for Special Person Development Association, which is a Non – governmental, non- political organization, working for the welfare of the Disabled people.

SPDA was established in 2003.At present permanent membership of SPDA is 270,and the number honorary member is 560.SPDA was founded by disabled people themselves for the enhancement of their rights and respect in the community. The association also has some honorary members who does not fall in the category of special person Similar kind of association is known as DPO (Disabled Person Organization) on the international level.

The basic purpose of the establishment of SPDA is to make the disable people of the society useful and beneficial for themselves and for the society at large. Some motives of the association are as under.

1) To give them respect and recognition on govt. for the protection of their rights as the citizens of state and to create a general awareness in the society about their rights.
2) It will provide special people (Disabled People) with certificate and will register them with the social welfare dep’t.
3) To provide the help special people in getting wheel chairs, tricycles, artificial limbs and sometimes to help them financially. The association will help them in getting financial assistance from the govt.
4) The association will provide them legal aid in getting the Special people to be recruited in their allocated 2% quota in the govt. job in private job as well.
5) Association will hold seminars, workshops classes and conferences for the uplifting of the special people in the society and to establish their entity in the community so that they shall be considered as integral part of the society and not as a dormant limb.

SPDA is established with the view of equipping the disabled people (Physically, visually hearing impaired and Intellectually handicap) of the society to make them useful, integral and Respectable member of society. The plain of the association is to establish a center in the provincial headquarter, Peshawar where special people well get free of cost health facilities, free education, and will be armed with craftsmanship (Skill) which will help them in fighting against their disability and respectable life in the society. There is also a provision of hostel, dinning pick and drop facility in the program of SPDA.
The center will be established with the vision to facilitate the special people (disabled people) with arts and crafts, which they can learn easily and which will help them in earning and butter for themselves and for their families, for example, carpet knitting, computer, repairing of T.V and Radio, Computer hardware engineering tailoring and many more such things which they can do and learn easily and which are beneficial for them.

You can do a lot for the uplift of the special people of the society and assist the association in fulfilling the greatest job for the humanity. You can help the association in the following way:
1/. If you are young, middle age, old age you can get honorary membership and can come out with your support to help special people.
2/. If you are a social worker, you can join SPDA as their special helper in establishing their center.
3/. If you are a trader (employer, doctors, actors, sports man) you can come out with the financial or moral support of SPDA and can earn heavens for yourself.

Till now SPDA has provide more than four hundred and fifty people with disability certificates and registered with social department.
1/. Approximately 60 people have been provided with government financial assistance of Rs.5000/- per head.
2/. One hundred and thirty people have been provided with tri-cycles and wheelchairs from the govt exchequer.
3/. 20 people have been providing with sewing machines.
4/. 50 peoples have been provided with artificial limbs from different artificial limbs workshop.
5/. 22 persons were assisted in getting govt jobs.
6/. Up till now seminars on 9 different topic and 10 workshops have been arranged and 2 provincial conferences has been held as well.
If you want to assist the association financially, you can deposit charity in our account bearing No: 13522-0 National Bank of Pakistan

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Special Person Development Association,
Village Muslim Abad, Near Hujra Zain
Ullah Khan, Post Office: Bakhshu Pull,
Charsadda Road.
Teh. / Distt Peshawar, NWFP, PAKISTAN.
Registration No: DSW/2374/NWFP (2004).
Phone: + 92-91-7125130, Cell No: +92-91-03219020048,
E-mail: spda_6@yahoo.com spda_60@hotmail.com
Fakhr-e-Alam Road. PESHAWAR Cantt. National Bank Of Pakistan.
Online account No: – 13522-0


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