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Kosovo: Consciousness-Based Education finds enthusiastic response
by Global Good News staff writer
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17 April 2010
Dr Ashley Deans presented further highlights of a recent tour of Kosovo, during which educators, government officials, and the public showed great receptivity to Consciousness-Based Education. Dr Deans, who is Global Ambassador for Consciousness-Based Education, toured universities and schools in Kosovo.
He first visited the University for Business and Technology, where agreements were established to collaborate with Maharishi University of Management (M.U.M.) in Fairfield, Iowa, USA.
An earlier Global Good News article reported on Dr Deans' visit to Kosovo, along with Dr Felix Kaegi, administrator of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in Albania, Serbia, and Slovenia. Their visit included meeting with officials in one of Kosovo's government ministries. At this meeting they discussed all possible applications of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in society. Possibilities covered in the conference included introducing Transcendental Meditation into the police force, into prisons, and more.
Dr Deans and Raja Felix also gave lectures at the University of Pristina and the American School in Kosovo, where university leaders showed great enthusiasm at the prospect of implementing Consciousness-Based Education. 'Everyone in the audience was delighted to realize that there were, indeed, solutions for persistent problems in higher education,' commented Dr Deans.
Global Good News will feature the continuation of this article in the coming days, with about Dr Deans' tour as it continued into Serbia and Slovenia.
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