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« on: March 05, 2017, 05:04:51 PM »

March 14-17
Marie opens and participates as patron of Autism at the autism conference in Nuuk, Greenland
Marie will participating in an autism conference in Nuuk, where she among other things will give the keynote speech, meet children, youth, and adults who are living with autism, and will attend a reception for the National Association for Autism Greenland.

The official press release states: "There is a need for knowledge about autism in Greenland, and there is need for efforts that can help Greenland families in Greenland, so they do not need to move their lives to Denmark, to a specialised kindergarten or schooling.

The aims of the National Association for Autism, which was founded in 1962, are to disseminate knowledge and understanding of the difficulties autism causes?we want to ensure that services for people with autism have the necessary quality and is based on individual needs. It is our goal to create the best possible conditions for people with autism.

From the genesis of laws in response to the current political agenda that affects our target group - through articles, press releases, debates, consultation response, ministerial meetings, cooperation with Danish disability organisations - we are able to follow up on current affairs to the benefit of our audience.


The National Association for Autism says that it reaches "far and wide" in its work for autism awareness.



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« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2017, 05:14:31 PM »

Z👀M on her cap!!!
  Nerves

Looks like it was made with one of those dreadful cow skin carpet sold at ikea.
But maybe it's seal skin.
Oh myyyyyyyyyyyyy
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« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2017, 05:36:36 PM »

I love her cap!!!!!
I finally understood why she was so familiar to me. She reminds me of the actress Cristina Uma?a, particularly in this pc

I know her because I was a huge fan of Yo amo a Paquita Gallego Halo
(ok, I still am a huge fan of several telenovelas of the '90s)
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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2017, 06:08:00 PM »

Wow, she looks a LOT like Marie in that picture!!!
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« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2017, 06:30:12 PM »



Marie, as patron of Autism, is already on her way to Greenland to participate in a Autism conference in Nuuk.

The conference aims at strengthening awareness of autism in Greenland and focus on measures that can support children and adults with autism. Marie will hold the opening speech and will during her visit have the opportunity to meet children, adolescents and adults with autism.

PROGRAM


Tuesday, March 14

13:00 - Arrival to Nuuk airport
The Princess will be received by a member of the Greenland Government Naalakkersuisut Sara Olsvig, country chairman Heidi Thames Squad, the National Ombudsman Mikela Engell and chairman of the circuit Greenland Karsten Hoy.

13:05 - Visit Nuuk airport
The Princess meets with a young man with autism who works in Nuuk airport, and the Princess will among other things be presented to his duties.



Wednesday, March 15

10:00 - Visit by Uulineq
The Princess visits the residential Uulineq for children with autism to seat six residents. During the visit, the Princess has the opportunity to greet some of the residents and examine insitutions facilities.

11:15 - Visit by Suluppaluk
Princess Marie visits the residential Suluppaluk for young people with autism. The department has a special focus on preparing the residents to move forward in life with either education or work. The youth department has room for four occupants and also serves as a transition area. During the visit, the Princess will greet some residents.

13:30 - Visit by Qiimaneq
The Princess visits the residential institution Qiimaneq for adults with autism with seating for six residents. The goal of the institution is, among other things, that residents become self-reliant, active and evolving. The Princess will among others receive an introduction to insitutionen and greet residents and employees.

15:15 - Tour of the Greenland National Museum
The Princess visits Greenland National Museum and is being shown around the museum by director Daniel Thorleifsen.



Thursday, March 16

9.30 - Presentation of OCN-learning evidence  
The Princess is received by Nuuk's mayor Asii Chemnitz Narup and is conducting the subsequent presentation of OCN-learning evidence.

11:30 - Lunch with Nuuk's mayor
The Princess participates in lunch with, Mayor Asii Chemnitz Narup.

13:30 - Reception and presentation of Country Fore Again Autism - Circuit Greenland
The Princess participates in the reception and presentation of Autism - Circuit Greenland House of Hans Egede. Here, she will meet with among other,  parents who have children with autism and association partners.

16:00 - Opening Autism Conference
The Princess gives the keynote speech at the Autism Conference 2017, which takes place at Hotel Hans Eged. Additional speeches given will be by, among others, President of circuit Greenland, Karsten Hoy well as national chairman for Autism Heidi Thames Squad.

19:30 - Dinner
The Princess participates in a dinner reception at Hotel Hans Egede attended by, among others, representatives from the Government of Greenland.

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« Reply #5 on: March 14, 2017, 07:48:25 PM »

Tuesday, March 14
> 13:00 - Arrival to Nuuk airport
> 13:05 - Visit Nuuk airport














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« Reply #6 on: March 14, 2017, 08:12:10 PM »



another photo gallery HERE











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« Reply #7 on: March 14, 2017, 10:14:55 PM »

From @HeavenQRF ; Parajumpers coat, Elise Gug jacket, YSL bag



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« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2017, 05:32:22 PM »

Wednesday, March 15
> 10:00 - Visit by Uulineq residence for children w/autism
> 11:15 - Visit by Suluppaluk residence for young people w/autism
> 13:30 - Visit by Qiimaneq residence for adults w/autism
> 15:15 - Tour of the Greenland National Museum




Marie at the old colonial port in Nuuk


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« Reply #9 on: March 15, 2017, 06:07:34 PM »

Awwww....look at that!  No kicking dogs.  No camera-whoring.  No rolling eyes at people who've come to shake her hand.  No ropes up to keep those pesky brown people away.  Go Marie!!!
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« Reply #10 on: March 16, 2017, 12:53:15 AM »

Awwww....look at that!  No kicking dogs.  No camera-whoring.  No rolling eyes at people who've come to shake her hand.  No ropes up to keep those pesky brown people away.  Go Marie!!!

Wait, who kicked dogs??!!
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« Reply #11 on: March 16, 2017, 01:48:03 AM »

Awwww....look at that!  No kicking dogs.  No camera-whoring.  No rolling eyes at people who've come to shake her hand.  No ropes up to keep those pesky brown people away.  Go Marie!!!

Wait, who kicked dogs??!!


Fred, he kicked a sled dog, and later on justified it saying that these are not pets, but half-wild dogs that need to be treated like wild animals, when they act up or something very similar. He was interviewed by one of those ragmags when he was in Greenland years ago.

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« Reply #12 on: March 16, 2017, 02:54:59 AM »


VIDEO 1 HERE


VIDEO 2 HERE


Princess Marie is these days visiting Nuuk, where she has a great program. On Wednesday, among other things, she visited the institution Uulineq.











   
The princess beamed with joy as she walked out of Uulineq. Uulineq is a residential institution for children, adolescents and adults with autism.
Laila Nielsen is resident in Uulineq, and she has been looking forward to giving the princess a bouquet of flowers.

- "I've been looking forward to see the princess, she was sitting on my bed, and we talked together", says the flower girl. Laila's royalist, and also remember all the names of medlermmerne of the royal family.

KNR caught a clearly excited about Princess Marie after the visit to Uulineq:

- "Try to see how beautiful it is", said the princess, as she pointed out to Sermitsiaq.

- "It was a really, really good visit, and the kids are in real good hands. So it was great to see the finished project", said Princess Marie.

Princess Marie is in Nuuk from Tuesday this week until Friday when she returns to Denmark.


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« Reply #14 on: March 16, 2017, 05:29:37 PM »


Karsten Hoy (left)


Chairman overwhelmed by the interest in the conference

Development disturbance autism get the big attention from Thursday to Sunday, when families, municipalities and professionals meet for conference in Nuuk.
   
In September, autistic people in the country a voice as the National Association Autsimes base in Greenland, and it is they who are behind the event.

- "It's heavy stuff we're talking about. It's also something that emotionally heavy, says chairman of the National Association for Autism base in Greenland", says Karsten Hoy who speaks from experience when his son diagnosed with infantile autism.

Over the past six years he has worked on getting a conference on autism orgaized.

- "The most important thing us is point one: to raise awareness about autism in Denmark. The second thing is to create awareness about the conditions we have at the moment", says Karsten H?y and continues:

- "And it is not just about the kids. It is also about mom and dad, the siblings and relatives", he said.

Overwhelming participation

Over 100 participants have registered for the conference, but the interest has gone beyond all expectations, for about 180 professionals attend, who will share knowledge and experience.

The conference will be subsequently evaluated and Karsten H?y expect feedback to be documented.

- "The long haul is the work of just the terms that we can see there are today, and improve them, and then hear what is what is needed and then work for what targeted", says Karsten Hoy.

Not only is there a royal touch in the form of a visit from Her Royal Highness Princess Marie, who is patron of Autism, but also several members of the Greenland Government participating in the conference.

And the political interest is what Karsten Hoy is looking for.

 - "We're really proud that we get the support also from the Greenland Government's side. So we have to look afterwards, and try to keep the pot boiling. That is what is crucial", says Karsten Hoy, president of the National Association Autism base in Greenland.

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