In The Pipeline

IN THE PIPELINE: AUGUST 2013

In the Pipeline is a twice-monthly roundup of upcoming conferences, lectures, and other events to get up to speed on the social sciences. Interested parties may contact the editorial staff by clicking on “Contact Us” on the left sidebar or by emailing thedailyopium@gmail.com.

Can the Philippines’ Wild Oligarchy Be Tamed: Peace Challenges and Security Issues

Can the Philippines’ Wild Oligarchy Be Tamed: Peace Challenges and Security Issues

 

The Philippines Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research, the Asian Institute of Tourism and the Center for Political and Democratic Reforms Incorporated invite you to a public forum on:

Can the Philippines’ Wild Oligarchy Be Tamed: Peace Challenges and Security Issues

with

Dr. Nathan Quimpo

as Resource Speaker

at

AIT Seminar Room, Asian Institute of Tourism, University of the Philippines, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City on the 27th of August, 2 – 5 PM

Click here to learn more.

Redraw the Line: Climate Change Awareness Campaign

Redraw the Line: Climate Change Awareness Campaign

The ‘Redraw The Line’ climate change awareness campaign, the No Impact Project and the Asia-Pacific Media Alliance for Social Awareness are holding a series of one-day seminars around Asia on “Building Critical Mass Awareness of Climate Change – Engaging Media, Advertising and Entertainment Sectors”. The events aim to stimulate dialogue and cooperation between different sectors in addressing climate change.

In the Philippines, the event will be held at the ADB auditorium on 22 August 2013 from 9am to 4:30pm. Expected to participate will be representatives from development agencies, multi-lateral institutions, NGOs, academe, advertising, media and entertainment sector, and private-sector corporations. Download the flyer and program detailing the speakers and topics to be presented at each session.

For more information about the campaign and seminars, or to inform of your interest in attending, please e-mail jude.defensor@mediaalliance.asia. Participation is free, but must be confirmed on or before August 19.

Wicked Problems and Design Thinking

Wicked Problems and Design Thinking

The School of Government and the Political Science Department of the School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools of the Ateneo de Manila University invites you to join a conversation and participate in a forum with

Prof. Nancy Roberts, PhD

on

“Wicked Problems and Design Thinking”

130-330pm, August 22, 2013,

Social Development Complex Conference Hall

Ateneo de Manila University Campus,

Loyola Heights, Quezon City

Click here to learn more.

 

Andres Bonifacio: Ama ng Kalayaan, Modelo ng Kabayanihan

Andres Bonifacio: Ama ng Kalayaan, Modelo ng Kabayanihan

 

Inihahandog ng Kagawaran ng Agham Panlipunan, Kagawaran ng Pilipino at ng Society of Academics for Genuine Education and Service at sa pagdiriwang ng ika-150 anibersaryo ni Gat Andres Bonifacio ang talakayang “Andres Bonifacio: Ama ng Kalayaan, Modelo ng Kabayanihan” sa ika-23 ng Agosto, 2013, 3:00 – 5:00 ng hapon sa Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina – Main Campus.

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