Justice and Peace in Pakistan (JUPS 288-10) is a new undergraduate summer course at Georgetown University virtually connecting US-based students with inspiring guest leaders in Pakistan.
We will meet from 8-10am Mondays-Thursdays from June 7 to July 9 on Georgetown's beautiful Main Campus in Washington, DC.
Guests include the founder of the adult basic education society, a representative from the ministry of women's development, a Nobel prize nominee working in development, country directors of aid programs focused on water and slums and slum children, a supreme court advocate who founded the human rights commission and led the lawyers' movement, labor, finance, and environmental activists, and activist representatives of Christian, Sikh, and other minority communities.
For more information, please visit our story at: http://scs.georgetown.edu/about-scs/news-and-events/article.cfm?eId=182&dId=
and our new website! www.justpak.com
Summer admission is open to students from other colleges and universities. Please note that the course timings fit with summer internships and jobs in Washington, DC.
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