International events

Upcoming Events 2018

 

Call for presenters: Budapest Scientific Conference: Application Deadline September 1st 2018
21-22 October 2018,  Equine Assisted Therapy and Educational Center of the International Children’s Safety Service ( address: Fót, H-2151, Vörösmarty tér 2.)
Anyone is welcome to hold a presentation, the topics can be anything related to equine assisted therapy, from the field of research and study
– Official language: English
Send the following details to Gabriella Bozori, e-mail address: gbozori@lovasterapia.hu
1)title of the presentation
2)name of author
3)an abstract (15-20 sentences)
4) contacts (phone number, e-mail address)

 


Russian Open Equestrian National Championships for Persons with Intellectual Impairment
11th to 15th September, 2018, Kostroma, Russia
Please contact Andrey Sukhov paramon66@mailru

 


 

Competition Dressage International and National and the Riding Competition for Disabled Children.

CDI / CDI / CDI / CDIY / CDIP and Horse Therapy Competition of the Hungarian Horse Therapy Association International and National Prize Tournament Competition

28-30 September, 2018

Entry deadline: September 7, 2018

E-mail: gbozori@lovasterapia.hu

 

2nd INAS PE Video Competition for Riders with Intellectual Impairment
October 7th, 2018
Please go to: inas.org or contact Uta Rindfleisch-Wu (heti2015@gmail.com)

 


 

IAHAIO Amsterdam Symposium
24-26 October 2018
IAHAIO and its member organization AAIZOO will be hosting a 3-day symposium One Health in AAI: Current trends and future collaborations in research and practice

 


2018 PATH Intl. Conference and Annual Meeting  

October 25-27 2018

Rosen Centre, 9840 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819

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Upcoming Events 2019

 

Ann Kern-Godal’s Memorial Fund for Horse Assisted Therapy

This fund was created by Tore Godal in memory of his wife Ann Kern-Godal.The fund’s purpose is to promote research and to build evidence within horse-assisted therapy (HAT) for different patient groups. The available funds are announced every year on the 15th of January with the application deadline being on the following 15th of February. For more information please click on the link below:

 

Ann Kern-Godal’s memorial fund for Horse-Assisted Therapy

 

IAHAIO 15th International Triennial Conference

12-14 April 2019

‘Science Meets Practice: Creating Healthy Environments for People and Animals’

Venue:  Sam and Myra Ross Institute at Green Chimneys, in Brewster, New York