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CIC Halifax: Global Inequalities: Why Some Countries Make Real Progress

January 14, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST


One of The Globe and Mail’s leading foreign correspondents, Stephanie Nolen, will be delivering a Public Talk addressing the critical question “Why some countries make real progress on inequality.” While currently The Globe’s Latin American Bureau Chief, Stephanie will be drawing upon her many years of reporting from dozens of countries around the world. It will be a public event hosted by Mount Saint Vincent University in partnership with the CIC Halifax Branch.

Speaker’s Biography:
Stephanie Nolen has served as correspondent for The Globe in Latin America, Africa and South Asia. She has worked as a roving reporter covering the world’s trouble spots, including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Ms. Nolen has won four National Newspaper Awards for her work in Africa, for coverage of AIDS and for stories on wars and humanitarian crises in Uganda, Sudan, Somalia, Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone. She has also been recognized for her coverage of India’s crisis of child malnutrition.

Event Partners:
Alexa McDonough Institute for Women, gender and Social Justice and the International Education Centre, MSVU

Date and Time:
Thursday January 14, 2016
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Mount Saint Vincent University Auditorium
Seton Academic Centre
166 Bedford Hwy
Halifax, NS  B3M 2J6

This is a free event. Please register before Wednesday January 13, 2016 by emailing Valerie Bachynsky at vbachynsky@eastlink.ca.


January 14, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST