The Ethics of International Service Learning (remix edition)

The event below sounds ridiculously awesome.  Hope to see/meet many of you there! I’ll be the one with the Moleskine notebook.

KAHOLTIK | July 20th

Kaholtik

Two of the main goals of the Ethics of International Engagement and Service Learning (EIESL) Project are to raise awareness of the importance of ethically undertaking international work and learning and to build a community of practice around ethical thinking, learning and working UBC. We want to know what you think! What are ethics? How would you deal with conflict in a foreign culture? Where do you see yourself in the complicated power dynamics in international work? How does our economic status as “Global Northerners” challenge the notion of equitable cooperation and collaboration? We will explore these topics and others through situational case-studies over pizza and pop. Please come and share your ideas and opinions, we are looking forward to a great evening of dialogue!

What:
KAHOLTIK – dialogue, pizza & pop
Where: International House, Upper Lounge
When: July 20th, 5-7 pm

Please RSVP to ethicsofisl@gmail.com.

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Shagufta is a UBC Political Science graduate with a passion for interdisciplinary thinking, writing, travel, reading, tea, and interesting conversations. She hopes to combine all of these things in her life work someday. For now though, she studies social policy and planning at the University of Toronto and shares her adventures in and out of the classroom at http://seriouslyplanning.wordpress.com.

2 Responses to “The Ethics of International Service Learning (remix edition)”

  1. Iran S

    Thanks for posting the event, Shagufta. looking forward to seeing you there.

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