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  • 01/10/2008

Africa in the spotlight

The cities of Valencia and St Louis (USA) are heading a project which aims to help cure illnesses of the central nervous system which affect children in East Africa. One such disease is hydrocephalus, which in Kenya alone affects some 2,000 children every year. At...

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  • 01/10/2008

Intense activity in the Conference
Centre to bring the year to an end

The Valencia Conference Centre´s activities in the near future will be marked by the organisation of an event of worldwide importance, namely the 54th Annual Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. The conferences scheduled for this period include the XII...

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  • 19/09/2008

The Valencia Conference Centre lights up its new roof to celebrate its tenth birthday

The project is a clear sign of the Conference Centres active commitment to sustainability aimed at increasing energy efficiency, improving the quality of life and reducing the emission of polluting gases, thus contributing as much as possible towards compliance with...

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  • 01/05/2008

Children play the leading role

The performance by the popular children choir, known for their participation in the original soundtrack of the film "The Chorus", included pieces of religious music, popular songs and classical and modern-day pieces, including some of the compositions that Bruno...

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  • 01/05/2008

Valencia, the capital of international
solidarity

What differences are there between the American and European corporate volunteering movements? In the USA there is a stronger tradition than in Europe. Volunteering is commonplace there and the figure of the volunteer is more deeply rooted, which means that it has...

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  • 01/05/2008

In search of talent

The popular Spanish television programme Tienes Talento (Got Talent) chose the Valencia Conference Centre to organise the casting to select the participants for the first series of the competition. A total of 2,000 hopefuls, most of them young people, passed through...

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