Finding the Good is about bringing academics and practitioners together to share ethical international development ideas and practices.
The event will make a constructive contribution to problems of how to advance social justice, inclusion and human rights in international development efforts. With escalating challenges to fundamental human dignity and social inclusion, this project will expand the space for communities to find the ‘good’ in the current era.
Sessions will help to ignite and sustain an ecosystem in which dialogue between scholarly insights and practical development work will, ultimately, improve the participation of people experiencing poverty, social marginalization, discrimination, and oppression.
- The Sustainable Development Goals
- Women, Gender and Feminism
- Universal Values and Inclusion
- Global Citizenship & Education
- Public-Private Partnerships
- Knowledge, Technology & Innovation
- International Security
Finding the Good is a two-day event, with both Days open to public registration. Day One (Friday June 8th) will be a more in-depth day of thematic workshops, discussions, and networking, with a focus on developing a book project on the theme of Ethics in International Development. Day Two (Saturday June 9th) will be a more open format with our Keynotes and Breakouts. Please note the organizers reserve the right to make changes to the schedule of speakers at any time, and that participation in specific sessions may be restricted due to space limitations. It is anticipated that speakers will be actively participating on both Days.