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The Global Café: What is Global Citizenship?
Dr. Martin Gaal (PhD), a lecturer in the Department of Political Studies, is partnering with the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SICC) to lead a a discussion on the constructs of global citizenship.
What does global citizenship mean? How does it affect our world? What do global citizens need to know?
Dr. Martin Gaal (PhD), a lecturer in the Department of Political Studies, is partnering with the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SICC) to lead a discussion on the constructs of global citizenship.
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021
Time: 5 pm - 6 pm CST
Location: Online (Zoom)
Click here to register through Eventbrite.
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