World of Associations e-Newsletter

September 2014
In This Issue:
  • Cooperation with UNESCO: Becoming an official partner
  • Inventing the future: Interview with Dr. Irina Verenikina, Chair of the ISCAR 2014 Organising Committee
  • Why Sydney? by Kristian Nicholls, Business Events Sydney (BESydney)
August 2014
In This Issue:
  • Learning experience for association leaders
  • Education is key to improving the social condition of people with epilepsy: Interview with Athanasios Covanis, President of the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE)
  • Why Singapore?
July 2014
In This Issue:
  • Dubai welcomes associations, by the Dubai Convention and Events Bureau (DCEB)
  • ICM serves as the meeting place for the most notable achievements in mathematics: Interview with Hyungju Park, Chairman of Seoul ICM 2014 Organizing Committee
  • Why Seoul?
June 2014
In This Issue:
  • UIA Associations Round Tables: Invitation
  • Increase the momentum of the Alzheimer’s disease movement: by Keith Fargo, Ph.D., Alzheimer's Association Director of Scientific Programs and Outreach
  • UIA's past journals - open access now
May 2014
In This Issue:
  • Meetings and Conventions 2030 by the GCB - German Convention Bureau
  • Foster the always-on mentality of modern consumers: Interview with Jörg Pretzel, CEO of GS1 Germany
  • Why Berlin? by Heike Mahmoud, Director Conventions, visitBerlin Berlin Convention Office

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