On Thursday 6th of April, ThinkInChina will host a panel of experts and social entrepreneurs to discuss the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal nr 10: “Reduced inequality”. The panel will discuss how this goal is currently being implemented in China and analyze “inclusiveness programs” targeted at people with disabilities in the education sector and on the job market.
Klaus LEISINGER, Professor of Sociology, University of Basel; President, Global Values Alliance; Senior Adviser, Karl Schlecht Foundation
Maggie SUN, Operational Coordinator, Handicap International – China Program
WU Di, Program Director of Easy Inclusion; Consultant on Equality for UNDP in China
Marina KALNITSKI, Job Coach, Inclusion Factory
Venue: 3espace in Gulou area – 15 Jiaodaokou South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing.
The ThinkInChina events are very popular among international students and researchers, so do show up early to secure a spot!
For more information about the event, please have a look at ThinkInChina’s website here.
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