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[International Communication Project 2014 (ICP)]

Dear Professor Kim:

Thank you for your interest in getting involved in the International Communication Project 2014 (ICP). www.communication2014.com

The Project has six founding organisations: the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (in the USA); the Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists; the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists Association; the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists (in the United Kingdom); Speech Pathology Australia; and Speech-Language& Audiology Canada. These organisations form the Strategic Advisory Committee for the ICP 2014.

 We are pleased to welcome Asia Pacific Society of Speech, Language and Hearing to the ICP 2014 as a participating organisation. Although specific commitments are not asked of participating organisations, they are encouraged to:

·        Share ICP information and logo on their websites and social media profiles

·        Sign the Communication Pledge on the Project site and encourage others to do so

·        Write about and promote the ICP in their regular communications

·        Download and share the campaign resources

·        Organise events  and make links with others

The names of ICP 2014 participating organisations, along with links to their websites, are listed on the ICP 2014 web site. Also, if the Communication Pledge isn’t yet translated into a language or languages in a participating organisation’s country, we hope those organisations will do translations we can add to the ICP2014 web site.

If you haven’t already done so, check out the Project website which tells you about the ICP 2014, the Communication Pledge and planned activity. You are welcome to submit related stories, news, and information about meetings, events, and other developments to info@communication2014.com for posting on the ICP 2014web site.

You can also contact the Project at info@communication2014.com if you have any questions or need more information. Furthermore, if you would like to discuss matters directly, you are welcome to contact me at jcerquone@asha.org. 

Thank you very much. We look forward to working together with you to raise awareness of communication!


Sincerely yours,

Joseph Cerquone jcerquone@asha.org

On behalf of the International Communication Project 2014

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