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CiS in Croatia
Friday, 03 May 2013 11:51

CiS Executive Secretary visited Croatia for discussions on implementing a CiS program. A previous proposal to the Ministry of Education had been rejected, but there is now more support for the idea and a new proposal is to be presented.

Two out of three primary schools (covering ages 7-14) in Zagreb have expressed interest  and would like to have chess as an elective subject in their schools. 25/85 middle schools would also welcome the idea.

Mr O’Connell met with Croatian chess federation president Josip Leko, General Secretary Ervin Sindik  (IM, FT, IO) and Goran Dizdar (GM, FST), leader of Croatia’s CiS project.

CIS Chairman visited Bangkok
Friday, 22 March 2013 14:42

thai02Chess in schools commission Chairman Ali Nihat YAZICI made an official visit to Bangkok, Thailand, from 9 to 11 March 2013. The main topic of the discussion was Chess in Schools and the opportunities it gives for the development of the Federation. Members of the board of Thai Chess Association and Yazici have discussed a detailed Master Plan for the TCA. The President of the World Chess Federation Kirsan Ilyumzhinov had already launched the CIS project of Thailand in 2011. 

Chess integrated into the National Curriculum in the schools of Hungary
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 14:08
JP_chess_02Good news came from Dr.Font Gusztav, FIDE Delegate of Hungary, - Judit Polgar’s Skill-Building Chess Subject is Officially Integrated into the National Curriculum in Hungary!

The Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development has released a supplement to the National Curriculum, and officially made Judit Polgar’s ”Skill-building Chess” subject available for elementary schools from September 2013.

Incredible India - Part 2
Monday, 11 March 2013 10:59
india_01Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

After the excellent visit to Pune, (See Incredible India Part 1)  it was time to move to Hyderabad at 7 pm on the 18th of February. A comfortable flight with Jet Airways, and I arrived to Hyderabad around 9pm.
You may guess what happened there. Here it comes: outstandingly excellent Indian Hospitality. They met me in the airport with beautiful red roses! I may tell you that I have got more than 500 roses in India!

CIS Chairman visits Belgium
Sunday, 10 March 2013 17:38
belgium01CIS Chairman and FIDE Vice President Ali Nihat YAZICI, has made a visit to Belgium (Brussels and Antwerp) from 5 to 9 March 2013. On 6th March 2013, Yazici has made members of the Board of Belgium Chess Federation. The meeting lasted more than four hours and a general master plan including CIS Project and development tools for the federation was focused by attendents.

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