2018/19 Series Theme: Building Better Societies: Gender Equality Matters
The Hart House Global Commons is an interdisciplinary space for students from the University of Toronto to engage in real-time dialogue with students who will be participating virtually from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia, the University of Cape Town, South Africa, Sciences Po, France (Menton Campus), and Indiana University Bloomington, U.S.A.
Join us for an exciting opportunity to engage internationally and to share perspectives and lived experiences. The 2018-2019 Hart House Global Commons will connect students along with and a wide range of community partners and civil society actors in all locations to explore local and global questions and actions geared towards building better societies that reflect, uphold, and institutionalize the full equality of women.
Sessions will take place online and in person (Nov. 1, Mar. 7).
The November 1 session will include opening remarks by Jennifer Hollett, and will be moderated by Garvia Bailey.
November 1 event locations (by campus):
University of Cape Town: EM4, Upper Campus
University of Toronto Scarborough: MW229
University of Toronto Mississauga and St. George Campuses: Music Room, 2nd Floor, Hart House
Universidad de los Andes: Bloque W, Room 401
Indiana University Bloomington location: GA1060
The Hart House Global Commons is co-curricular record approved. For more information please go to: https://bit.ly/2Ok2873
NOTE: You do not need to attend all 6 to be a part of the conversations. Each term will have a different focus, and you are welcome to join as many (or as few) sessions as you wish. U of T students who participate in 4 of 6 sessions will receive credit on the Co-Curricular Record.