16 July 2015

Peter Lippman's paper accepted for publication at LICE-2015

A paper Peter Lippman co-authored with Elizabeth Matthews has been accepted for publication at the London International Conference on Education (LICE-2015). In the words of the LICE-2015 Steering Committee, below:

"Your submitted paper titled 'Allowing for the Spaces In Between: The Role of the Physical Environment in Early Childhood Education' has been refereed by 2 reviewers and accepted for the London International Conference on Education (LICE-2015) to be held at Heathrow Windsor Marriot Hotel, London, UK. The acceptance of your paper for publication in LICE-2015 proceedings reflects the high status of your work by your fellow professionals in the field."

Best Regards

Professor Charles Shoniregun

LICE-2015 Sterring Committe Chair


More details about the conference are available here.


Matipwili Expedition 2015    

Philip Idle and Chloe Summers, along with a small team of volunteers, head back to Matipwili this week to continue the construction of a Trade Training Centre.

The Trade Training Centre will give the community new hope for the future by providing skills such as carpentry, mechanics and mat-making. It will catch and store water which will help save the lives of at least seven women annually who are taken by crocodiles from the banks of the river whilst doing simple domestic chores. It will also provide food for primary school children who often end up travelling long distances to school with no food in their stomachs to start their day.

It is through the generous support of many people in the community that this project has been able to commence construction and we are extremely thankful for their continued support. You can view the list of our generous sponsors here.

A website for the Matipwili expedition has been setup so that updates and photos of the trip can be posted regularly (internet permitting!). You can view the website here and read more about the Matipwili project as it happens.