The International Development Conference is the perfect place to meet inspiring people who have dedicated their careers towards the achievement of global equality. Whether this be through education programmes, economic research or technology development, there will be a variety of talks and workshops for all international development interests. Join us at Murray Edwards College on 18th March 2017 for a day to share ideas with leading researchers in their fields.
- Member of the team awarded the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize and author of Sleepwalking into Global Famine: Benny Dembitzer
- Fellow of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership: Tony Juniper
- Technology for Equality Panel: featuring Tech for Good founder, Cassie Robinson
- Co-founder of Merkabah: Chrissybil Boulin
- Wine reception and networking event: meet international charities and NGOs and learn about current opportunities to get involved
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Centre for Global Equality Student Society
The Society’s aim is to promote the engagement of individuals, businesses and organizations in meaningful dialogue and catalyse action on issues of global equality and poverty alleviation. We believe in creating a space that respects the right of all people to be treated equal, where all voices in a community are heard, and where all people are afforded equal opportunities to develop and prosper irrespective of their age, gender, sexuality, race or any other means of distinction.
The Society works to mobilize people and organisations from diverse backgrounds in order to create innovative solutions to global inequality and poverty alleviation. We provide a platform for actors to convene, share knowledge, and build capacity to address global inequality issues, and develop practical solutions to overcome the institutional, technological and economic barriers that people face in many parts of the world.