RCE East Midlands (UK) Recognized

I wanted to pass along this information I received this morning about the RCE East Midlands in the UK. I am attaching their News Release that describes their RCE from March. They also have a very good newsletter describing their activities that RCE Saskatchewan members might be interested in subscribing to. I will also post the contents of their e-mail that indicates how to go about doing so. --Roger

The Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) on Education for Sustainable Development in the East Midlands has recently been officially recognised by the United Nations University. This is the first of its kind in the UK and one of 35 worldwide. It presents a valuable opportunity for educators and those concerned with sustainability to pool their experiences and expertise.
The attached press release was distributed at the beginning of March 2007, and you have been added to our mailing list since this initial distribution. The press release provides a more comprehensive explanation of the RCE. You may also be interested in our April newsletter below. If you would like a 4-page fact sheet in addition, please request it in a reply to this message.

You are receiving this information because it is deemed relevant to you. If you feel a colleague should be added to our mailing list, or if you would like to be removed from this list, please send an E-mail to matthewjones@studentforce.org.uk

RCE East Midlands E-Newsletter 2 – April 2007

RCE East Midlands - Sustaining the region by learning - A regional partnership of organisations championing education for sustainable development and global citizenship.

Welcome to our second E-Newsletter. In future this will also be available on the new RCE East Midlands website.
If you wish to unsubscribe from this mailing or formally join the RCE please contact adamcade@studentforce.org.uk
For the next issue please send brief news, events, case studies or profiles of organizations and projects in the east midlands that promote and practice education for sustainable development.
Adam Cade, Coordinator, RCE East Midlands

[Note: I have not included the E-newsletter but individuals should feel free to contact the RCE East Midlands contacts above.--Roger]

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