Development in Africa: A Discussion
Join us as we discuss development and the roles of development charities in improving lives for those on the continent of Africa.

How can organisations and government work together to meet shared aims like the Sustainable Development Goals? What can we do to help? Should we be supporting development charities or be calling for wider change?

On the panel:
Dr. Tonson Sango -Director of Operation Books to Africa (St. Catherine’s College JCR Charity of the Year

Dr. Alex Money – tutor in Geography at St Catherine’s College and a programme director at Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, where his research interests include corporate water strategy, infrastructure, investment, renewables and development.

Open to all- they’ll be someone at the Catz plodge to point you in the right direction!
Date: 9 May 2018, 17:30 (Wednesday, 3rd week, Trinity 2018)
Venue: St Catherine's College, Manor Road OX1 3UJ
Venue Details: JCR lecture theatre, directions available from the lodge
Speakers: Dr Alex Money (University of Oxford), Dr Tonson Sango (Books to Africa)
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Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Benedict Farmer