Students from Windesheim Honors College studying Global Project and Change Management in our third year. They have led a project on the issue of neocolonialism in climate policy. They looked at how neocolonial structures prevent the world from achieving sustainable development and concluded that decolonization of such structures is crucial. Thus, to create awareness for this topic, to bring it closer to students, teachers, etc., they are organizing this seminar on the topic.
The seminar will take place on February 15th (Wednesday afternoon) and last about 2 hours. The event will mainly consist of an introductory workshop by Sandew Hira and a panel discussion about the topic with different representatives. If you would like to come please sign up by following this link: https://forms.gle/hDwW8iovaTdF7ya58.
Address: Windesheim University of Applied Science, Campus 2, 8017 CA Zwolle, Netherlands.
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