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A national celebration to highlight the work of Canada's development community.
MONDAY - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 - 18
The Gallery, Kandahar Through Afghan Eyes Photo Exhibition (CIDA)
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7
2:00pm, GLNB 207, Prof. Hevina Dashwood will give a lecture on "Corporate Social Responsibility & Mining in Ghana"
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8
12:00pm, TH 240, Andrew Barclay will gve a presentation on "Building State Capacity: a Discussion of Current Development Aid and Future Goals"
2:00 - 3:00pm, Classroom B, Learning Commons, John Kaethler will give workshop on "Assessing Your International I.Q." for International Plus students
3:00pm, Sankey Chamber, Leigh Pritchard, PhD Candidate, and Claire Millington, International Initiatives & Exchanges AUCC, will give a presentation on "Suspending Judgement: Experiences of a "Students for Development" Internship in South Africa"
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9
10:00am, TH 255, Hillary Rogers, of Brock's Free the Children Club, will be speaking about sustainability and global citizenship
11:00am-3:00pm, MC A Block, Bake Sale supporting the "Brock Abroad: Namibia" Program
12:00pm, WH 304, Prof. David Butz will give a presentation on "Disaster and Development in Northern Pakistan"
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10
12:00pm, Sankey Chamber, Prof. Thomas Tieku will give a presentation on "The Future of Sudan: after the Referendum"
1:00pm, Classroom B, Learning Commons, John Kaethler will give workshop on "The Art of Crossing Cultures" for International Plus Students
3:00pm,TH 315, Ryan Donnelly, of Brock's Amnesty International Club, will give a presentation on "Amnesty International: Defending Human Rights in the Modern Era"
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11
12:00pm, GLNB 207, Martha Melesse, Senior Program Officer IDRC, will be speaking on "Gender, Equity, and Access to Health Care: Health Financing Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa"
For more information, please, contact John Kaethler, International Services and Programs Abroad: email@example.com