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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. All photos on
our webpages are published with permission from the photographers.
Updated: Wed 12.Aug 2015
Saturday 22.October 2016
The autumn Euforia 2016 is now on our web. Read more
Monday 25.July 2016
There are now more files and presentations from the European Breakfast in Nashville on our web
Wednesday 29.June 2016
There are information about the European Breakfast in Nashville (Friday July 8, 2016. 7.30 am–9.30 am) Read more
Thursday 09.June 2016
As mentioned before Dorothy Haley passed away on 30th May 2016. Tributes to this amazing member of DKG
Tuesday 31.May 2016
Our beloved Dorothy Haley, former State president in Great Britain, passed away in her sleep just before midnight yesterday. Read more
Monday 04.April 2016
A very rewarding aspect of our Society is the possibilities of international contacts and exchanges.
At the Europe Regional Conference in Borås 2015 many contacts over the boarders were made. European DKG members with its different languages and cultures finds it very stimulating to continue contacts made by inviting to learning events on various topics over the boarders.