"Approach the game with no preset agendas and you'll probably come away surprised at your overall efforts."
One of the Association’s unique selling points is its involvement with international partners through the network various SALSC directors have worked hard over the years to develop. Our international partners help to reveal new approaches to common problems as well as provide opportunities for study tours and workshops, many of which supported by European funding, which can be extremely rewarding both in developing new ideas and new friends. This page will help highlight some of the key articles released from our friends abroad. For more information on our international work please visit the International Opportunities page.
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Thursday 17 April 2014
ISCA has launched two new initiatives – MOVE Quality and MOVE Transfer – so, as an ISCA member, we would like to take the opportunity to personally inform you about them and invite you to join in the application process. The call for applications is open to organisations and local authorities offering initiatives for hard-to-reach populations, but we are particularly keen to see our members getting involved, as we know many of you are running initiatives in this field.