Past events


Higher and Further Education Forum

11 Dec 2015

The 5th annual SMP HE and FE Forum will bring you the latest developments, discussions and opportunities for those actively engaged in university and college links between Scotland and Malawi, or those are interested in finding out more.

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Media Training

9 Dec 2015

This session is free to SMP members and will be hosted in partnership with an external media company with experience supporting third sector organisations engage with the media.

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Schools Forum - Inverclyde

8 Dec 2015

An excellent opportunity to share best practice, reflect on school partnerships and be inspired by global citizenship.

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Youth Congress

23 Nov 2015

It will be an afternoon of presentations from Youth members, workshops led by organisations who work with young people, interactive activities exploring the skills young people develop through their Malawi links and a lively debate to round off the day

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Health Forum

10 Nov 2015

The Health Links Forum will look back on 10 years of health partnerships, funded by the Scottish Government, between Scotland and Malawi, and explore the UN’s new Global Goals, in particular Goal 3 “Good Health and Well-being

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Schools Forum - Perth

9 Nov 2015

An excellent opportunity for Primary and Secondary teachers, school staff and other educational professionals to share best practice, reflect on school partnerships and be inspired by global citizenship.

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Tenth Anniversary Ceilidh

7 Nov 2015

To mark ten years of international development, the Scottish Government are inviting those who have been involved in the programme –or are just keen to learn more- to attend a ceilidh of Scottish and African dancing.

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Cultural Celebration Day

7 Nov 2015

An afternoon, “book festival style”, event which members of the public can drop in to. All those involved in international development are warmly invited to attend but the Scottish Government also encourages those new to the area to come and learn more.

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