Reports Nijmegen / The Netherlands 2005

AUGUST 2005 - ELSA's 5th Youth Meeting in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, was a great success. The theme of "Empowering and Educating Young People to Work With the Media" has already resulted in delegates gaining international press coverage...

 

Some reports of participants:

Jef Willemsen's Story of the ELSA Youth Meeting (published on Dutch website Ubersite) - click to download in PDF format (English Translation).

ELSA Radio Interview with Deutsche Welle
(Broadcast Internationally 18th and 20th August 2005- click here for an Mp3 recording) , and Click here for the accompanying article on the Deutsche Welle site.

Patricia Marti - Article for the Swiss Stuttering Association (PDF Format)

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