We value the art of engagement by being actively involved in finding solutions for the world’s most pressing issues. At the Center, we regularly host forums involving diverse panels of experts and we invite the public to participate as the audience. This provides a base of interaction between the experts and the audience to establish possible solutions to issues like climate change, environment conservation, youth empowerment and food security.
This event, “The Pandemic, Distance Learning, and You,” is part of a series of round table discussions to discuss topics that are relevant to current events. Throughout this series, Columbia Global Centers | Tunis and Columbia Global Centers | Nairobi invite students in the region to join in on discussions about the pandemic, climate change, and much more. This platform is run by students, moderated by students, and a platform for students to openly share their opinions and ideas.
This was the first panel of a three-part panel series hosted by the Columbia Global Centers| Nairobi and Columbia Global Centers| Rio de Janeiro. The purpose of this series is to hear from experts and residents of informal settlements about some of the pressing issues related to the Covid- 19 pandemic in informal settlements in these two populous cities.
The Center for International Foreign Language Teacher Education (CIFLTE) at Teachers College, Columbia University is holding three webinars in March. Those webinars will provide a great opportunity for you to get firsthand information about CIFLTE's TCSOL one-year certificate program in New York and TCSOL/TESOL summer certificate programs in Macau and Osaka.
Africa - China Relations: The Geopolitical and Economic Impact on Africans and Chinese with Prof. Howard French
Kali Live! Presents...Zimbabwean-South African Author Panashe Chigumadzi in conversation with Nanjala Nyabola
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