Active Global Citizenship Conference
November 17, 2008
Lock Haven University, Lock Haven PA
The purpose of the 2008 Active Global Citizenship Conference at Lock Haven University is to empower delegates to become conscientious citizens who create sustainable relationships among and within local, regional, and global communi-ties. Through workshops, panels, poster sessions, and discussion groups, the Active Global Citizenship Conference will provide a forum where critical approaches to understanding globalization and global citizenship are explored and de-bated. By facilitating the free exchange of ideas, we hope to stimulate a sense of responsibility where campuses and citi-zens become active political, environmental, and economic agents of change.
GOALS OF THE CONFERENCE
To help define what is meant by global citizenship; To provide concrete ideas and examples for partnership opportunities across campuses to promote this vision; To create institution-specific action plans that can be feasibly implemented on each campus.
Participants are invited to address any of the following topics. Human Development, Health, Trade, Peace & Conflict, Gender, Globalization, Poverty & Inequity, Social Movements, Resources and the Environment, Study Abroad, and Global Service Learning. Other topics that are relevant to the conference’s overarching theme of Active Global Citizenship are also welcome.
The conference includes a wide range of interesting and useful activities designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information. Participation categories include panels, student panels, roundtables / discussion groups, workshops and post-ers.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Include title and style of presentation (see above for examples), names and contact information for presenters, and a brief abstract (100 words or less) describing the session via email by October 1, 2008 to:
Dr. J. Todd Nesbitt, email@example.com - include “Active Global Citizenship Conference” in the subject heading.
Dr. J. Todd Nesbitt
Associate Professor of Geography
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
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