[Belfast] Global Issues Seminar Series 2013: Changing how we see the world (Centre for Global Education)
Global Issues Seminar Series 2013: Changing how we see the world
Course Fees for all 7 Seminars:
Student /unwaged £10.00 Waged £20.00
Please return the form and course fee to:
Individual seminars will have a fee of £3.00 each which you can pay at the door.
VENUE FOR ALL SEMINARS:
Room 01/037, 1st Floor, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work,
Queen’s University, 6 College Park, Belfast, BT 7 1LP
To participate in the course please fill out this form.
Seminar Programme 2013
Week 1 Overseas Development Aid: Getting better?
Facilitator: Patrick Marren, Kimmage Development Studies Centre
Date: 30 January 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 2 Trade Justice: Alternative models of trade from the Global South
Facilitator: Fleachta Phelan, Development Activist
Date: 06 February 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 3 Beyond 2015: Where next for International Development?
Facilitator: Hans Zomer, Dóchas
Date: 13 February 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 4 Debt Injustice: Learning from action in the Global South
Facilitator: Nessa Ní Chasaide, Debt and Development Coalition Ireland
Date: 20 February 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 5 Palestine is Still the Question: How do we resolve the conflict in the Middle-East?
Facilitator: Richard Irvine, Coordinator, Palestine Education Initiative
Date: 27 February 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 6 How to Change the World? Activism and Social Change toward Sustainable Development
Facilitator: Sarah Reader, World Development Movement
Date: 06 March 2013 at 6.00pm
Week 7 Towards Climate Justice: Taking local steps to stop climate chaos
Facilitator: Oisín Coghlan, Friends of the Earth
Date: 20 March 2013 at 6.00pm
Global Issues Seminars 2013 – Seminar Aims
The seminar series is an interactive course designed to give participants an overview of a range of global development issues. The seminar aims are to:
• Enhance awareness, knowledge and understanding of international development issues;
• Engage participants with the challenges of development and their role as agents for change;
• Support participants in their individual and collective efforts to effect positive social change.
The seminars are primarily aimed at under-graduate and post-graduate students from Queen’s University. However, the seminars will also be of interest to the staff, volunteers and Management Committees of development organisations, black and minority ethnic groups, and other civil society groups involved in development work.
The seminar facilitators are highly experienced development practitioners drawn from the nongovernmental and academic sectors. They will engage participants in discussion and propose actions on the topics they address.