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BreakingNews 21/10/14 - Igbo Union Atlanta USA holds 2014 Igbo Day Symposium Nov. 7

BreakingNews 21/10/14 - Igbo Union Atlanta USA holds 2014 Igbo Day Symposium Nov. 7

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Igbo Union Atlanta USA, Inc., in collaboration with the Igbo Community and friends of Igbo people, will hold the 2014 Igbo Day Symposium on Friday, November 7th (8.00-10.00pm), followed by the main event on Saturday, November 8th, 2014, in the Igbo Community building [aka “Obi Ndi Igbo”] in Atlanta. Venue is at: Igbo Community Building [OBI NDI-IGBO], 5912 Mableton Parkway, Mableton, GA 30126.   
 
 
This symposium is one of the activities marking this year’s 2014 Annual Igbo Day – “Celebrating the Dream and the Vision (Igbo Facility Transformation).”
 
 
In our quest to advance the collective interests and well-being of Igbo people (Ndi Igbo), this symposium will focus sharply on the imperatives of the daily challenges of Family Life & Marriage Challenges and “Umu-igbo” (Youth) who reside in the international community (aka Diaspora).
 
 
Therefore, we are looking for published authors who have written extensively – essays, articles, papers, etc. and dynamic presenters and creative, interactive presentations that can deliver unique insights and best practices on topics focusing on these three broad areas:
 
 
    Igbo family and marriage challenges and how to mitigate them,
    Domestic violence from legal perspective, and
    Career guidance for success (Youth, Adult, etc.).
 
 
The Igbo Day Symposium Committee is now accepting presentation proposals that address any of those topics.
 
Please submit your presentation proposal for review to CFSNL@YAHOO.COM no later than Saturday, October 25, 2014.
 
 
Include the title and a brief summary or synopsis of your presentation. Selected presenters will be notified by email no later than Saturday, November 1, 2014.
 
 
The 2014 Symposium Committee will carefully review your title, synopsis to make the final selection. 

 

We look forward to receiving your proposal as well as look forward to dynamic and intellectually stimulating insights on this year's symposium as always. 

 



Symposium Subcommittee:
Rev. Dr. C. K. Ekeke (Moderator), Prof. Martin Okafor (co-Chair), Mr. Michael Brian Odiakosa, Mrs. Priscilla Madu and Dr. Nze Dan Onyeagba (2014 Igbo Day Event Chair).
 
*Photo Caption - Event flyer. Click link below for Enlarged Flyer.
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