Project 'Young Diplomats' among the FINALISTS of Stockholm Challenge Award 2008!
Polish project 'Young Diplomats' has been selected as the finalist in the Stockholm Challenge Award 2008 with a chance to win the Stockholm Challenge Trophy.
The winner in the Culture category will be announced at the Gala Dinner and Award ceremony in the Stockholm. The winner will receive the Stockholm Challenge trophy and certificate of achievement and a cheque.
The Stockholm Challenge 2008 features a six category Award for ICT for Development projects. The best projects will win the prestigious Stockholm Challenge trophies and receive a 5.000 Euro stipend. The prize ceremony will take place in the City Hall on May 22, in the evening. That is the last day of Challenge Week, which runs from May 19 - 22. An extended program of workshops, conference, study visits and social gatherings will bring together the most inspiring ICT entrepreneurs, researchers and students from all over the world to share experiences and knowledge.
The Stockholm Challenge is an ICT for development programme at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH).
It culminates in the Challenge Week Event, May 19-22, 2008. KTH offers a broad range of masters programmes taught in English.
and Press Release
Asia-Europe Intercultural Dialogue 'by Young Diplomats.. - category CULTURE.. /Poland
Congratulations from Mr RAMON MOLINA
Director People-to-People Exchange
"Ms Halina Bednarz
Mrs Joanna Mika-Hadelka
STOCKHOLM CHALLENGE 2008 - AEC PROJECT "YOUNG DIPLOMATS"
I would like wholeeartedly congratulate you and all the team members of the Young Diplomats project of the Asia Europe Classroom Network (AEC-NET) for being selected as finalist for the prestigious Stockholm Challenge 2008.
The success of your project makes the Asia-Europe Foundation proud as a promoter and supporter of the Asia-Europe Classroom Network. It represents a new confirmation of the high quality of the projects developed under this programme and we feel encouraged to continue to pursue our efforts in promoting collaborative learning among secondary and high schools in Asia and Europe through info-communication technologies at the service of mutual knowledge, better understanding and intercultural appreciation among our youths. [...]
With warmest Regards
Director People-to-People Exchange"