Friday, May 12th

Timing Activity Location
13.00-13.40 Registration Outside Lodge,
Stables Bar
13.45-15.00

 

Opening Keynote

 JAKE OKECHUKWU EFFODUH

Empowerment in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The role of International Law; Media and Activism for the advancement of Human Welfare

E P Abraham Theatre
15.00-15.15 Break & Refreshments
15.15-16.45

 

Beyond Academia Panel

 

E P Abraham Theatre
16.45-17:15
Tea, Coffee, Snacks -
17:15-18:15

 

Sir David Watson Memorial Lecture

Eddie Ndopu in Conversation with Professor Jo-Anne Baird: 
'The Supranational spell in education policy'

E P Abraham Theatre
18.15-19:30

Student Posters, Welcome Drinks,
and Networking

Stables Bar
19.30-21:00

Formal Dinner for Guests of Green Templeton College

Dress Code: Evening Wear (Smart/Formal)

 GTC Dining Room

 Saturday, May 13th

08.30-09.00

Registration, coffee, tea, and breakfast

Stables Bar

09.00-10.15

 

Panel I:
'Nothing about us without us':
Empowerment as key to HIV eradicatio
n

 

E P Abraham Theatre

10.15-10.30

Break

 -

10.30-12.00

Panel II: The Debate
Motion: "This house believes that the government is the most effective
at empowering communities"

 

E P Abraham Theatre

12.00-13.00

Lunch and refreshments

Stables
Bar

13.00-14.30

 

Panel III
Empowerment in Female Migration 

E P Abraham Theatre

14.30-14.45

Break

 -

14.45-15.30

Closing Address
KERRY ANNE MENDOZA

Empowerment in the era of Populism: How to find our space

E P Abraham Theatre

  Closing Ceremony
& Manifesto delivery
E P Abraham Theatre
 19.00 Visiting Student speakers' Dinner Oxford City

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