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Turning the Tables Episode 4 : Perspectives in and from Asia and Africa

Turning the Tables Episode 4 : Perspectives in and from Asia and Africa

November 8, 2020

In this episode of ‘Turning the Tables’, we hear two very critical perspectives on issues related to development, colonialism, and global economic systems, presented at the ‘Turning the Tables’ Workshop. The two speakers are Fayyaz Baqir (Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa) and Aoua Bocar Ly-Tall (Research Associate, Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies, uOttawa).

Turning the Tables Episode 5 : Perspectives in and from Europe and the North

Turning the Tables Episode 5 : Perspectives in and from Europe and the North

November 7, 2020

In this episode of ‘Turning the Tables’, we are going to listen to two very critical perspectives on
development issues. First, a European perspective and the second a perspective on and from ‘the North’. The two speakers are Costanza Musu (Associate Professor, Public and International Affairs, uOttawa) and Syed Sajjadur Rahman (Senior
Fellow, School of International Development and Globalization Studies, uOttawa).

Turning the Tables Episode 3 :Perspectives in and from Asia and Africa

Turning the Tables Episode 3 :Perspectives in and from Asia and Africa

November 7, 2020

In this episode  we are going to listen to two very critical perspectives on issues related to dignity and development. The two speakers are Carolyn Laude (Senior Policy Analyst, Indigenous Services Canada) and Nadia Abu Zahra, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Science and the Joint Chair in Women's Studies at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.

Turning the Tables Episode 2 : Wrap-up and Closing of the Turning the Tables Workshop

Turning the Tables Episode 2 : Wrap-up and Closing of the Turning the Tables Workshop

April 16, 2020

This second episode has two speakers: Dr Susan Spronk (Associate Prof and Interim Director, School of International Development and Globalization Studies, uOttawa), speaking on ‘Perspectives in and on Latin America’ and also giving her Closing Remarks to the Workshop, and Rika Mpogazi (Vice President, Development Student Association) giving her Closing Remarks. For info, Radamis Zaky rhany096@uottawa.ca

Turning the Tables Episode 1 : Introduction and Invocations to the Turning the Tables Workshop

Turning the Tables Episode 1 : Introduction and Invocations to the Turning the Tables Workshop

March 31, 2020

This opening episode has three speakers: Jai Sen (Senior Fellow, SIDGS, uOttawa, and Workshop co-organizer) introducing the Workshop; Carolyn Laude (Senior Policy Analyst, Indigenous Services Canada) giving an ‘Invocation to Pluriversal Worldviews’;and Molly Kane(Executive Director, Council of Canadians) speaking on ‘A Changing World: Emerging World Politics and (Dis)Order’. 

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