The next installment in the City Symposium series is Monday, May 6, beginning at 6:40PM at the Wolf Performance Hall. The theme is sustainable cities and communities. Join us as the City Symposium once again brings together an artist, activist, researcher, and civil servant to provoke, inspire, and invite us to action.
Please note that Dr. Wylie will be presenting on the panel discussion for Power & Global Health – Community Event on Wednesday, November 14, 3pm-6pm, in the Atrium of the International & Graduate Affairs Building. All welcome.
If you are involved in any kind of international or development work, curious about the adverse/unintended consequences that can arise when responding to the needs of marginalized populations, concerned about the dynamics of power and privilege, or simply interested in equity in general, please note of this upcoming session at Western University.
Join us for an enlivening, fast-paced evening of five-minute ‘lightning talks’ about equity and inclusion work in London — and an informal meet-and-greet reception. Community members, students, faculty, and everyone interested in equity and inclusion in London are welcome to attend.
Community Engaged Learning students Leah Bleecker and Priya Gulyani will share findings based on recent environmental scans exploring the responsiveness of employers and sports leagues in London towards individuals with disabilities.