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The UNSW Global Development Month is a jam-packed calendar of events supported by UNSW’s Institute for Global Development. Focused on exploring development discourse, redefining good practice guidelines and debating current critical development challenges the program aims to identify how to have impact for development in Australia and abroad. Events will bring together leading international and domestic researchers and practitioners, UNSW staff, students and alumni through a series of interactive events and workshops.
The Global Development Month is driven by individuals from across UNSW and the broader Development community. To view the full calendar of events and register for events, visit the Global Development Month website.
Monday 29 October, 9am to 4pm
Forum: Women's Economic Empowerment
Thursday 30 October, 4.30 to 5.30pm
War, Peace and Everything in Between (with José Ramos-Horta)