The fourth week of e4e, the E4 e-Conference has the theme “Connecting social policy: climate change, health, AIDS and girls’ education”. Four discussion papers and three abstracts are now available on www.e4conference.org/e4e/w4, covering issues of sustainability, energy consumption, eye care and young people as change agents. In addition to the traditional paper format, Catherine Mbindyo uses multimedia to report on Youth as Development Partners in a narrated slide presentation.
Relebohile Moletsane and Patricia Ames are our hosts for week 4 and will kick off the discussion in the usual style with a few prompting questions early in the week starting on 3rd May 2010. However, please feel free to leave comments at any time,
- either in the main discussion area at the bottom of the week 4 page,
- or in the forums for each individual paper/presentation/abstract.
Let us take this opportunity to thank you for your great participation so far, and we hope to maintain momentum in the remaining two weeks of e4e, the E4 e-Conference.
The E4 Conference Team