ASEAN Student Eco-Leaders Summit & Celebrating 60 Years of Australian-Thailand Relations
The Princess Mother School working with Asia Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and CERES Sustainability Park organised an ASEAN Student Eco-Leaders Summit and 60th Year Celebration of Australian-Thailand Relations as part of the English Language Program of Southern Thailand sponsored by the Office of Basic Education Thailand.
Eric helped run this summit for 22 schools in July 2012, which included some students from Billanook College. Have a look at our Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/APEN/138093349630821) to get a better idea of the progress in Thailand and link your school into some international conversations.
The Full Report is attached.
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