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The Coordinator of the Chair for the Family and Handicaps attended a meeting at the Strathclyde Business School to provide information on the program

glasgow2The Coordinator of the Chair for the Family and Handicaps: Telefónica Foundation – Repsol - Down Sydrome Madrid, Noemí García Sanjuán, and the Vice-Dean for International and Institutional Relations in the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Business Administration, Robert Robinson, travelled to Glasgow, invited by David Hillier, Dean at the Strathclyde Business School, to present the Demos Program at the University. Along with the Dean and Teaching Staff at Strathclyde Business School, also attending the meeting were those responsible for Human Resources and Training at Scottish Power – an energy company in which Iberdrola (COMPROBAR) participates – as well as professionals in Special Education, and representatives from Enable Scotland, one of the most important organizations in the United Kingdom in the area of the handicapped.



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