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Experiential Landscape: forthcoming events.

We are attending various events and will be presenting information about our work at some of them, the following may be of interest to you.

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Please contact the event organisers directly for up to date information; including confirmation that the event will be taking place at the venue's and dates in the information that has been supplied to us.

May 2010

Accessible Outdoors conference, Sheffield.
Alice presented in a workshop at the conference
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June 2010

A Sense of Place, Conference Inverness, Scotland, organised by Children in Scotland. Celebrate and nurture 'A Sense of Place' at the Children in Europe special conference – 8 June, Inverness. Discover the benefits of linking services to the communities they serve.
Visit www.childreninscotland.org.uk/place to find out more.

Equal Connected and Contributing Conference, Perth Scotland.
We presented at the conference with two members of Spectrum Active: “What’s the fuss we want the bus!”: the practical application of an empowerment process to bring about environmental and social change.
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July 2010

IAPS 21st International Conference, Leipzig, Germany.
We presented papers at the conference
- Conference information on the IAPS website

Other events:

Making Space 2010 is an international award supported by the Scottish Government and OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments. Submissions are invited from across the world for the most successful building or space (indoor or outdoor) for children and young people aged 0-18 (inclusive), completed between January 2005 and December 2010.

Entries are welcomed for any building or space that is for children and young people from schools to street furnishings, recreational or educational, rural or urban.

Entries should exemplify innovation and creativity in design as well as demonstrating a strong process of user participation and involvement. Entries are encouraged from anyone involved in the creation and use of a building or space, for example, architects, designers, structural engineers, urban designers, landscape designers, teachers, educators, users, children and young people, commercial developers, community groups, design consultancies.

Further information can also be found at www.childreninscotland.org.uk/makingspace
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