THERE’S A HOPE… LOVE …FAITH …EACH OF US CARRY THEM ON …SHARE WITH OTHERS …SHARE WITH THE WORLD …STILL SOME MESSAGES TO SPREAD AROUND… HAVE A GOOD CHRISTMAS TIME …EBTA BOARD
Here are the links for the meeting of members of the International Cooperation Contact Group at the SF World conference in Bad Soden.
As you will see, after introductions we shared good news stories and hopes for next steps.
For those who were not present, we hope this will put some faces to names and help to spread our excitement for promoting SF in the many countries that are now represented in this group.
International Cooperation Contact Group meeting at World Conference 2017 part 1
International Cooperation Contact Group meeting at World Conference 2017 part 2
Lead for International Cooperation Group, EBTA
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XXI CENTURY SOLUTIONS
21 YEARS LATER
21 - 23 September 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria
You are welcome to take a part in the Conference and we will be happy if you share your ideas about the development of Solution Focused approach in your situation. You can find more information about the next EBTA Conference 2018 Sofia in https://ebtaconference2018sofia.org/. If you have any qestions don’t hesitate to write to us.
Plamen and Boyan
EBTA Conference 2018 Sofia organisers
Each September remember about scheduling EBTA annual conference:)
2017 – Frankfurt, Germany
2018 – Sophia, Bulgaria
2019 – Florence, Italy
2020 – Copenhagen, Denmark
2021 – we have some plans already …and you can send your team proposal to organize EBTA annual conference…
Congratulations to Jaseem Koorankot and colleagues on the organising committee for the success of the first conference on SFBT in India in December 2016. The EBTA Board has been delighted to hear that our support for the conference helped to bring about a large gathering of practitioners new to SFBT and others who already know the approach. Conferences can often be a vital opportunity for people to network and generate new initiatives for developing and promoting SF work. We have been very excited to hear about the institutional support for SFBT, plans to offer more training and the many possibilities that are now available for the National Association in India.
Lead for International Cooperation Task Group, EBTA