Organised in Edinburgh by the European Institute and National Association for Outdoor Education (UK) to present a range of European approaches to outdoor education. Fee: Pounds 40-Pounds 200. Accommodation: Pounds 20-Pounds 35 per night. Details: 01392 272372; email:firstname.lastname@example.org SEPTEMBER 14-16 INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES IN VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT: VOLUNTEERING SEPTEMBER 17-20
VOLUNTEUROPE:EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON VOLUNTEER ACTION
Seminars and workshops from international experts at University of Westminster, London SW1. The first is aimed at those with up to three years' experience of volunteer organising. The second includes workshops on screening abusers from volunteer programmes, student community action and employees as volunteers. Fee: Pounds 400 (Pounds 90 day rate available for the second). Community Service Volunteers' bursaries are on offer to cover half the cost. Details: Bridie Duffy, 0171 278 6601.
SEPTEMBER 17-18 DRAWING ACROSS BOUNDARIES
Symposium at Loughborough University which will take a critical look at the nature and value of the activity of drawing. Speakers include: the philosopher, Professor Richard Wollheim, from California University; Mary Kelly, contemporary artist; and Professor Stephen Farthing, Ruskin School, Oxford University. Fee: Pounds 220. Details: Julia Ellis, 01509 228973.
SEPTEMBER 17-20 URBAN ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
Organised by and held at University of Wales College, Caerleon Campus, Newport. Geography and biology teachers welcome. Fee: Pounds 110 residential, Pounds 50 non-res. Details: Kay Bosanko-Sheady, 01633 432489.
SEPTEMBER 26 EDUCATING ON A HUMAN SCALE:VISIONS FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD
Organised by Human Scale Education at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University. Speakers include: Body Shop founder, Anita Roddick, on "Values and visions in business and education"; and Professor Richard Pring, Oxford University, on education for citizenship. Fee: Pounds 40, Pounds 30 members. Details: Fiona Carnie, 01879 230443.