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Global Problematique Symposium
Thursday, April 12, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
The world faces a myriad of complex and interconnected conflicts that are not bound by borders or solved effectively by any one nation. These conflicts are driven by what is termed "The Global Problematique", the set of global systemic issues that include governance, environmental degradation, socioeconomic development, and resource scarcity, among many others. These dynamics require innovative and sustainable solutions to address the multidimensional causes that are inherent in every conflict. The Global Problematique Working Group is committed holistically to identify, analyze, and propose practical approaches to peacebuilding the world over.
Come join the Global Problematique Working Group for an opportunity to meet, listen, network, and discuss with some of the DC areas brightest thinkers and practitioners on global problems and see where the future of tackling these problems is headed. The event will be a catered event with a panel discussion and Q&A during the first half and food being served with round table workshops during the second half.
April 12, 2012 - 6:00-9:00pm - The Global Problematique Symposium
- Panelists include Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution Dr. Dennis Sandole, Chief of Technical Assistance and Strategic Partnerships Division at the Inter-American Investment Corporation Jorge Roldán, Co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute of Policy Studies Emira Wood, Principal/CEO of Virtual Offices Associates LLC Donya Maria Twyman, and Conflict Resolution Commisioner at the Global Environment Facility Dr. Sekou Touré (click on each panelist for their full bio)
- Catering is included
- Free Event - Tickets & Registration is required
- For more information see: http://globalproblematique.wordpress.com or email email@example.com
When & Where
GMU - Global Problematique Working Group
The Global Problematique Working Group of George Mason University