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The Future of Aid - Winnipeg

November 14, 2017

What will the aid sector look like in 2030? How will the role of humanitarian organizations evolve?

Action Against Hunger invites you to The Future of Aid: INGOs in 2030: a launch event showcasing a foresight report by the Inter-Agency Regional Analysts Network.

The panel includes:
Ismaila Alfa, moderator, and host of Up to Speed on CBC radio
Armando Perla, Researcher at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Cailin Hodder, Senior Manager, Disaster Management at Canadian Red Cross
Eilidh Kennedy, Chief Analyst for the Interagency Regional Analysts Network in Action Against Hunger
Ray Vander Zaag, Associate Professor of International Development Studies at Canadian Mennonite University

Refreshments to follow.

Register free:

Time: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Venue: Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Location: 85 Israel Asper Way Winnipeg, MB
Categories: International

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