Tuesday, 12 December 2017

STEP AND SMILE, MALAYSIA

New organisation
New book

Book launch

Established Malaysian CE centre Step and Smile is being incorporated into community social enterprise Mindspace:


Book launch

Press release from Hungarian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia –

Book Launch - Emily Walks with Canes

Hungarian conductor and author Alexandra Major-Bacskai launched her book Emily Walks with Canes at Mind Space. This book is an important eye-opener for children and adult readers alike, with a very important message: all of us are important and valuable, regardless of the differences we may have in our appearance or certain abilities.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, through the Embassy of Hungary in Kuala Lumpur proudly supports the publication of this book. We hope our children will grow up with the book’s important lesson in mind, always supporting their friends and those in need.


Read more (in Hungarian):


I have no information on how to obtain copies of Alexandra's book. I suggest that you contact direct her via Facebook.


Make a splash through your local Embassy

The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs currently seems rather comfortable with Conductive Education.

Hungarian conductors living and working in foreign countries might think seriously about how they could involving their own local Hungarian Embassy to take an interest in things that they are doing of wider local social or cultural significance. 


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