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A return to MUTOKO, Zimbabwe, 10 February



Speakers: Delwyn Pillay, Jorim Gerrad, Madaline George and Nozipho Mkhabela
Date: Wednesday 10 February 2015
Time: 12:30-14:00
Venue: CCS Seminar Room 602, 6th Floor, MTB Tower, Howard College, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Topic:
A project report back by the Citizen of the World team, on their return to Mutoko, Zimbabwe. Citizen of the World serves as a framework for specialized projects CitiZen Gardens, Global eXchange and Where Do Refugees Come From?. The work of each project crosses over fluidly into the others, much like how people and ideas cross political borders. The goal that people from around the world should have the opportunity to freely share their culture, knowledge and skills with others is central to our work.

Speakers:
Delwyn Pillay is an activist for Greenpeace Africa and project coordinator for Citizen Gardens. Jorim Gerrard is a founder member of Citizen of the World, a CCS Visiting Scholar and a student of Economics in the Department of Socio-Economics, University of Hamburg. Madaline George is a founder member of Citizen of the World, an American attorney with a JD from Washington University School in St. Louis School of Law and a BA (political science, international public policy, sociology) from the Vanderbilt University. Nozipho Mkhabela is a project coordinator for Citizen of the World, volunteer for the Global Exchange Network, and Master of Science student in Environmental Science at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal.

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