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GLIN==> International Networking Event on 'Sustainable Water Management: Quality and Quantity'



Posted on behalf of Robert Pinheiro <robert.pinheiro@britishcouncil.org>

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International Networking Event on 'Sustainable Water Management:
Quality and Quantity'

I am writing to you in connection with the above-mentioned event the British
Council is organising under the direction of Gareth Rees in July 2000. As
part of its aim to encourage cultural, social and economic relations between
Britain and the rest of the world, the British Council runs a successful
series of international events on topics ranging from the Environment to
Medicine and Health. The aim of this programme is
to explore contemporary and cutting edge issues from both the UK and
international
perspectives; and create an atmosphere conducive to open debate and exchange
of views. The events attract a cross section of participants unlikely to be
found in any forum and offer a unique opportunity for senior professionals
to enhance their international networks and links with the UK.

'Sustainable Water Management' will be of particular interest to senior
professionals in water supply, regulatory bodies, environmental agencies and
sector support agencies. The seminar aims to attract participants from
around the world and will provide an excellent opportunity for informal
networking.

Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact
me.

Yours Sincerely,

Robert Pinheiro
Promotions Manager
International Networking Events
The British Council
1, Beaumont Place
Oxford OX1 2PJ

Tel: +44 (0) 1865 302704
Fax: +44 (0) 1865 557368
E.mail: robert.pinheiro@britishcouncil.org

www.britishcouncil.org/networkevents

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