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Upcoming events



Upcoming events



upcoming events:

Event details
LEAD Training Event: Grant Writing Workshop

4-day workshop looking at the principles behind writing good project proposals and spending time working on an application with support from peers.

Past events:

Click on the events in bold below to view details about the events, including schedules and event narratives. Further resources from events can be accessed through our online community of practice site.

LEAD Asia Training Event: Multilingual Education Certificate Course (July 2019)

Faith and the Environment in Language, Education and Development Work: A LEAD CoP Event (8-11 May 2019)

Supporting Community-Based Organisations: A Language, Education and Development CoP Event (4-6 October 2018)

Multilingual Multicultural Asia: A Language, Education and Development CoP Event (28-30 November 2017)

Encouraging Community Participation: A Language, Education and Development CoP Event (17-19 May 2017)

LEAD Asia Training Event: Encouraging Stakeholder Participation in MLE (12-18 October 2016)

LEAD Asia Training Event: Multilingual Education Certificate Course (June 2016)

LEAD CoP Event: The Sustainable Development Goals and Language, Education and Development (18-20 May 2016)

LEAD CoP Event: Advocating for Multilingual Education (2-5 September 2015)

LEAD Asia Training Event: Monitoring and Evaluation (25-27 March 2015)

LEAD CoP Event: The Environment and language, education and development (17-20 November 2014)

LEAD Asia Training Workshop on Funding (29 March - 03 April 2014)

LEAD CoP Event: Funding language, education and development activities (25 - 28 March 2014)

LEAD CoP Event: Building organisational relationships (11-13 November 2013)

LEAD CoP Event: Identity-Based Community Development (05-07 March 2013)

LEAD CoP Event: Community Development’ and ‘Community Ownership' (13-15 November 2012)

LEAD CoP Event: Working together with local organisations for LEAD impact (06-08 February 2012)






Frequently Asked Questions

Question/ What is the 'LEAD Community of Practice'?
 It may be better to ask 'WHO ARE the community of practice?'! In short it is a 'community' of individuals, teams, organisations and networks all grappling with questions around language, education and development. The focus of the community is working with marginalised communities, often marginalised because of their unique culture and/or language, and it is facilitated by LEAD Asia, a unit of SIL International in Asia.

Q/ I don’t work in Asia, am I still able to attend LEAD CoP events?
 Yes! The LEAD CoP is open to anyone interested in integrating issues of language, education and development. The majority of attendees will be located or working within Asia and so there will naturally be a focus on appropriate strategies for this region. However, the broader the range of participants the richer the discussions, and as such we warmly welcome attendees from anywhere in the world.

Q/ Is there a registration fee?
A/ Yes, a fee is charged for each event to cover the cost of meeting room hire, resources and lunch and snacks. The exact amount depends on the event and the venue. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation, travel and meal costs (except for lunches during the event, which will be provided at the venue for all participants).

Q/ Do you have funds to help me attend LEAD CoP events?
A/ No. Unfortunately, since we do not have external funding for events, LEAD Asia does not have any funds to help participants attend.

Q/ Why do you hold events at Bangkok Christian Guest House (BCGH)?
A/ The simple answer is cost. We recognise that participants at our events have many pressures on their budgets and attending events outside of their normal place of work can be prohibitively expensive for many. As such, we do all we can to reduce the cost of our events to make them accessible to as many people and organisations as possible. Principally this means trying to keep the venue hire and lunch/snack costs as low as we can, while maintaining a satisfactory level of service. Recognising that many participants will appreciate the convenience of staying at the venue, accommodation costs are also a significant consideration. Currently, BCGH provides the best balance of all these factors while continuing to enable us to deliver a high quality event. We are, however, always open to suggestions as to alternative venues so please do let us know (via the form below) if you have any suggestions.

Q/ How do I register?
A/ A link to a registration form will be made available a few months before each event. Keep an eye on the event information (by clicking on the links above) or sign-up to the LEAD mailing list by filling in this form:

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