Ghana, Africa was the location of our 2006 Conference on the theme “South to North – Building Bridges”. Delegates attended from a number of African countries as well as from Europe and the Americas. The mixture of lectures, workshops and cultural and tourist visits created a positive, engaging and multicultural ambience
Simultaneously in Ghana, the 2006 Youth Leadership Seminar brought together some 70 students from 20 countries. The Seminar theme was “World Trade and Food Policies” and led to many outstanding and very well researched debates and presentations by the students who also enjoyed visits to the many historic sites around Accra.
Two international Schools are about to begin to use the new Certificate Examinations in Spanish developed in partnership by the ISA and SEK International
Two international Schools are about to begin to use the new Certificate Examinations in Spanish developed in partnership by the ISA and SEK International.
They are SEK Boca Raton, Florida and SEK Budapest Schools. Other Schools around the world have begun to show interest and we expect the numbers to increase over the next few months.
Sport is about much more than the physical challenge, it offers a unique learning experience. Sport helps to break down human barriers when dealing with others, and it naturally challenges the individual in a multiplicity of ways. The benefits that sport offers and the skill challenges that the participant faces, from team building to communication, from leadership to personal self-improvement should never be underestimated. It was with these benefits in mind and with those arising from international encounters that the ISA decided to organize this sporting event.
Education is the best instrument to build a better world. Living in peace is achieved by working together and celebrating our cultural diversity and similarity.