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  Issue 11 – July 2003


Edited by Hamish McIlwraith, PEP Manager, Bulgaria.


Where are you going this summer?
In July and August, most people in central and eastern Europe and central Asia are thinking about holidays. But a few choose to spend their free time by joining colleagues from other countries to work on a PEP summer school.

Tony Crocker  

Sustainability or natural selection?
Ever since it was first suggested in Richard Dawkins’s The Selfish Gene, there has been increasing evidence to suggest that societies function in a similar way to living organisms.

Mark Roberts  

Launch of English for Modern Policing
The Peacekeeping English Project textbook English for Modern Policing for students and police officers in Romania was launched on 23 May at the largest book fair in Romania – BOOKAREST.

Claire Whittaker  

Marrying theory and practice in Central Asia
Claire Whittaker’s first task was to establish an effective teacher training programme for the 31 teachers in military institutes across Uzbekistan, and to provide support for the six teachers in Tajikistan.


Three men, two women and a baby
There have been some new additions to PEP since the last issue.


PEP presence at IATEFL
PEP was well-represented at the 37th IATEFL Conference, which was held in the English seaside town of Brighton.


The Baltics roadshow
A roadshow tour of the Baltics. You can promote the MilitaryEnglish website and provide some useful IT training for PEP teachers.


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