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Global Reciprocity: What Does it Mean to do Good in an Unequal World?
Global Reciprocity: What Does it Mean to do Good in an Unequal World?
WhenWednesday, Oct 16, 2019, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Campus roomHUB 250
Event typesAcademics, Lectures/Seminars, Special Events
Event sponsorsSimpson Center, African Studies, English, Center for Global Studies-- JSIS, South Asia Center, CHID, IAS UWB
Target AudienceAnyone interested in global partnerships, international education, reciprocal relationship building

Please join us for a unique public discussion with UW faculty and five UW international partners from Mexico, Ghana, India and Tanzania. Many of us are grappling with how to do good work and lead meaningful lives in an unjust and unequal world. Whether you lead study abroad programs, research in the global south, and/or are interested in equity, race and diversity, you’ll want to hear how our international partners and UW faculty panelists navigate issues of reciprocity, structural inequality and connecting across difference. We will host a panel discussion, lead small group activities so you can talk with a range of participants, and mingle during a reception. We also will celebrate the campus launch of UW faculty Anu Taranath’s book Beyond Guilt Trips: Mindful Travel in an Unequal World with a book signing. Do come, and bring a friend!

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