News on High Ability
There is an unexpectedly large interest from a wide range of European countries to apply for a European Talent Centre. As we informed you on this web-site earlier, the Accreditation Committee of ECHA announced a call to apply to be a European Talent Centre in February. The full text of the call can be read HERE.Due to the large interest the deadline of the Application was extended by 7th April. Note that there will be no further extension of this deadline.
This call is now closed.
According to the decision of the General Assembly of ECHA the constitution of the Society, the Articles have been "modernized" after their latest version from 1994 (!) installing the Vice-President's office and mandating that "No more than one Committee member may have residence in the same European country." the Articles have been incorporated by the Dutch law, where ECHA is registered. You may download and read the current Articles HERE. Many thanks for Lianne Hoogeven to help with this matter!
It is our pleasure to inform you that videos of the keynote and invited presentations of the 2014 ECHA Conference became available on the web site of the Conference for Conference participants. To reach them first you have to log in to the site here: https://www.echa2014.info/
We receive more and more questions on the European Talent Support Network. To help the preparation of talent support organizations to become a part of this network, we collected frequently asked questions and asked Peter Csermely, the president of ECHA to answer them. You may find the questions and answers at: http://www.echa.info/high-
On the 17th October the ECHA Accreditation Committee (http://echa.info/101-formation-of-a-european-talent-support-network-adopted-by-the-general-assembly-of-echa) had its second meeting during the Understanding Gifted Children conference (http://www.dcu.ie/news/2014/oct/s1014l.shtml) organised by CTY Ireland (http://www.giftedkids.ie/ctyi.html) in Dublin.