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"New frontiers in geography" will be discussed at the annual inset day at the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG), London SW7, February 9. It includes workshops, policy updates, and exhibitions. Tickets: pound;35; pound;30 schools members (includes lunch).
Tel: 020 7591 3020 www.rgs.org
A conference for key stage 1 and foundation stage teachers organised by Teachers in Development Education will take place on March 2 at Millennium Point, Birmingham. with presentations by Simon Catling and Dalvir Gill. Fee pound;75, student rate pound;25.
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The RGS-IBG's annual international conference on "Global social justice and environmental sustainability" takes place in London SW7, August 30-September 1. Deadline for early registration, May 5. Sessions include: rethinking maps; island tourism and sustainability; implementing climate policy: geographical perspectives; ecology and geomorphology: making the links for a sustainable future?
Tel: 020 7591 3020 Email: AC2006@rgs.org
The GA has three new professional development units: Managing fieldwork, co-organised by the Field Studies Council at its Preston Montford Centre, Shropshire, March 30, and Brockhole Centre, Lake District, April 1; Effective leadership in primary geography, London, October 7; Getting into education for sustainable development, London, June 24. Fee per course: pound;350; Pounds 250 members.
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The GA's international committee is organising study tours to Kenya, July 24-August 15, and South India, October half-term. Fee: approx Pounds 1,200.