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DKG European Forum

Welcome to DKG European Forum website

The European Forum represents the eight European States/Countries of Delta Kappa Gamma in Europe.

DKG is a unique Society of Key Women educators with a little more than 90,000 members in eighteen countries (eight in Europe) promoting the professional and personal growth of members and excellence in education.
Our Society is a philanthropic organisation with seven main purposes that reflect genuine spiritual fellowship and shared pursuit of common interests, goals and ideals. We are committed to serving women educators and education through the many benefits, services, and resources provided to members and non-members.

Delta Kappa Gamma operates at three closely integrated levels; local, national and international. We have four forums: the Canadian, European, Latin American and United States Forums. The European Forum is the youngest, with eight countries, and eight different languages, cultures, school systems and history.
Our electronic newsletter EuForia has been our way to communicate and share ideas and information amongst members, but from now on we also have this website and we hope that here you will find the information about Delta Kappa Gamma in Europe that you need.

Latest news

European Forum meeting in Indianapolis 2014

All information about The European Forum meeting in Indianapolis , Wednesday 30th July, 10.45am-12.45am, are available on this link:

http://dkgeurope.org/page/indianapolis-2014


Executive director search announced

Have you been an active member for five or more years?  Hold a Master’s degree or higher? Have extensive knowledge of the Society; skills in leadership, management and administration? Read more

Live stream from Indianapolis

Dear valued member of DKG,

If you are not able to join us in person for the 2014 DKG International Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, July 28-August 1, 2014,  you may watch the opening night from the comforts of your home.

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Sad news from Great Britain


Pamela Irons, well known throughout the Society, passed away July 2nd, having had a stroke a few years ago following the death of her much beloved husband. Pamela finished her career in education as Principal of Chelsea College of Physical Education in London.

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The new European Forum Committee for the next biennium 2014–2016

As mentioned in the last Euforia the new European Forum Committee for the next biennium 2014-2016 is:
Estonia, Liilia Oberg; Finland, Heli Piikkilä; England, Diana Bell; Germany, Dagmar Ullmann; Iceland, Kristrún Ísaksdóttir; Norway, Ingrid Christiansen; Sweden, Ingrid Sternquist; The Netherlands, Riet Smits-Hoenderken, and she has been voted as Chair.

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