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Joe Fulcher 1928 – 2017

Joe FulcherThe International Fluency Association and the community it represents lost a friend and an advocate when Joe Fulcher passed away on 6th October 2017.

Joe served the Stuttering Foundation of America over many years and in many ways. Married to Jane Fraser, President of the SFA, Joe employed his extensive financial and legal knowledge and skills to further the work of the organisation, ensuring the highest standards of governance throughout.

Joe was an engaging and gracious gentleman who cared deeply about the community of children and adults who stutter and he worked tirelessly alongside Jane for thirty years to improve the lives of those who stutter.

The Stuttering Foundation has always been an active supporter of the IFA, sponsoring a post conference workshop at the last World Congress in Lisbon. We value our partnership as we strive for the same goals.

Joe will be deeply missed by so many and we feel privileged to have known and worked alongside him.

One World, Many Voices: Science and Community: Hiroshima 2018

The Organising Team are pleased to announce the theme for the 2018 Inaugural Joint World Congress of the International Stuttering Association, International Fluency Association and International Cluttering Association to be held in Hiroshima, Japan, alongside local host organisation the Japanese Society of Stuttering and other Fluency Disorders.

Read more: One World, Many Voices: Science and Community: Hiroshima 2018

Stuttering in Africa: From Hopelessness to Recovery

by Dieudonne Nsabimana. Coordinator of the African Stuttering Centre

The purpose of this article is to shed a light on the challenges that African children who stutter face and to give some insights about our efforts for positive change. And it’s also to thanks the International Fluency Association (IFA).

Read more: Stuttering in Africa: From Hopelessness to Recovery

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