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  1. 19th Annual Labor and Employment Law Roundtable (USA)

    …o four virtual sessions, culminating with a public roundtable on December 2. This discussion will look ahead to the expected labor policies of the incoming Biden administration and how the change of occupancy in the White House is likely to affect issues such as workplace safety, labor law reform, and workplace discrimination. – What changes to expect with regard to workplace safety, hourly wages, contractors, and labor litigation – The likely Bid…

  2. Evidence and Practice in an age of inequality 5th ACFID Universities Network Conference

    …iption of the paper in line with the conference theme and guiding questions 3. Workshops Proposals are welcome for workshops to be held during the conference. Workshops are intended to be an open ended option with a participatory format to explore new ideas and emerging areas of interest from within the sector. Workshops can be proposed for 1.5 or 3 hour time slots and should contain ample time for general discussion and engagement by all particip…

  3. HDCA Global Dialogue 2021

    HDCA is delighted to announce the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021, taking place 20-30 September 2021 entirely online using the Whova event platform. A special programme of events, the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021, will include keynote speakers, panel and roundtable discussions, workshops and informal meetings and networking sessions. The program has been organised by the eight HDCA Regional Networks. Attendance at all events in the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021 is free and open to both HDCA members and non-members.

    For more information about the HDCA Global Forum 2021, please contact the HDCA Administrator, Kathy Rosenblum (admin@hd-ca.org)

  4. Revolutions in Education: New Opportunities for Development? (Maastricht, the Netherlands)

    …ment, economic turbulence, climate change, as well as social revolutions (e.g. the Arab Spring) is rapidly changing the traditional classroom. Examples of such changes includes the dramatic growth in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), the development of digital badges, the increasing popularity of gamification and the ubiquitous access and use of smart phones and tablets. Can these changes be harnessed to support social and economic development,…

  5. RECORDING AVAILABLE: Exploring COVID from an Indigenous People perspective

    …xperience is very different than that of the larger country where they live. Indigenous people often are marginalized, unseen, and forgotten – resulting in a very different experience of COVID than other groups. From a history of pandemics and indigenous beliefs, we will learn how COVID affects indigenous people and what it means as we explore the impact of COVID on indigenous people examining the intersection of health, well-being and sustainable…

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