Explore how recent political rhetoric and rising cultural forces may impact our global engagement work, part of the Global Dialogue Series, chaired by Prof. Andrew MacIntyre, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
What does it mean to be a global university in an age of global political disruption?
As events like Brexit and Trump signal a retreat from globalisation, why is it important to maintain a global outlook and focus?
How do we remain inclusive in a time of increasingly uncertain and conflicted debates and remain open to freedom of speech?
This event is part of the 2017 Global Dialogue Series, chaired by Professor Andrew MacIntyre, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Global Development.
Join us to be part of the conversation, including our panel of guests:
Mrs. Dewi Savitri Wahab, Consul-General of the Republic of Indonesia - Victoria and Tasmania
Professor Mark McMillan, Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Indigenous Education and Engagement
Professor Sinclair Davidson, Professor of Institutional Economics in the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing
Ms Abby Elmobayed, Current Master of Translating and Interpreting student
This event will explore how these recent political rhetoric and rising cultural forces may impact our global engagement work at RMIT.