EWB is running London's first International Development Course. The day will consist of talks from some seriously interesting people (including David Heymann, Priti Parikh, Article 25, Elaine Jones and others TBC), a global health workshop and a debate to round of the day and apply your acquired knowledge to some healthy conversation. The day promises to be a really great event that anyone would benefit from attending.
Tickets are only £5 and £3 if you are an EWB society member. So make sure you join in joining fortnight and reek the benefits!
HEDON's London RIG: "The Fuel Network: International Network on Household Energy in Humanitarian Settings.”
"The Fuel Network: International Network on Household Energy in Humanitarian Settings.”
by Emily Bishop, Freelance Consultant from The Women's Refugee Commission.
The VC of BRAC University (Bangladesh) is an inspirational civil engineer who spearheaded the country's cyclone shelter programme (deaths per major cyclone down from 300,000 to 4,500 in 20 years). Join David Hulme who will discuss the project and reasons for its dramatic success
This talk will be given by Richard Carter who has worked for more than 30 years on the natural science, social science and engineering of water development and management, focusing especially on the poorest countries of sub-Saharan Africa.