Linda Ha—“The Rise of Thai Kathoeys”
Stephanie Castro Sousa—“Killing is Never Honorable: Women in Peril Worldwide”
Kelly Voreyer—“Thinly Veiled Threat: Dress Restrictions for Muslim Women in the UK”
Chelsea Charbonneau—“Femicide: The Story of Juarez”
Gaby Serrano—“The Myth of Matriarchy: Sexuality and the Mosuo of Southern China”
Audrey Lalor—“Sex Trafficking: The Modern Slavery”
Alyssa Jones—“When Sex is Work: Sex Workers’ Rights and Resources in Canada”
Sarah Pardee—“Stolen Childhood: Child Marriage is More Common than You Think”
Join us for light refreshments after the presentations!
This event is free and open to everyone. This event is organized by Leigh Burrill and her students in Women’s Studies 1 with the support of the WVC Global Citizenship Committee.Global.firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again, the West Valley College Global Citizenship Committee is pleased to invite you to participate in a one-day discussion about these topics and the role of Global Citizenship within our ever-changing educational landscape. The workshop is a collaborative project with the International Study Programs of the Salzburg Global Seminar and San Jose State University.
Monday April 22nd
8:45 AM to 4:00 PM
Climate Change Symposium
Led by the WVC Sustainability Committee
Join us for another day of great food, stimulating speakers and topics that impact all of us. Speakers include: Chester Arnold, Professor of Art, College of Marin. Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University. Warren Neilson, Senior Sustainability Consultant, Environmental Building Strategies. Armand Neukermans, Engineer, Geoengineer, Inventor, Entrepreneur
"Develop and use your entrepreneurial leadership skills!"
We invite students interested in global issues to apply for a semester long collaboration with SJSU Salzburg Global Seminar Fellows and local high school students. The project will begin on March 4th, 2013 and will provide participants with opportunities to learn about global citizenship.
Please see Attached PDF for more information and application.
Weds March 27th
12:00 to 1:30 PM
Women's History Month Tea Party
Followed by Take Back the Night
Thursday March 28th
3:00 to 5:00 PM
Persian New Year/Sofreh Haft Seen Celebration
Performances, Displays and Refreshments
Wednesday 10 April.
The WVC Global Citizenship Committee is proud to present:
Connected: An Autobiography about Love, Death & Technology
A feature documentary by filmmaker Tiffany Shlain http://connectedthefilm.com
FREE screening, followed by Q&A with Tiffany Shlain, begins at 5:00 PM in the WVC Campus Center on Wednesday 10 April.
This documentary explores what it means to be connected in the 21st century. Shlain reveals the surprising ties that link us not only to the people we love but also to the world at large.
We invite you to make this important film and talk an integral part of your classes. Everyone is welcome. Bring your students, family and friends! And please help us to spread the word by printing and distributing the attached flyer. Thank you. We look forward to seeing you there.
This event is organized by the WVC Global Citizenship Committee and is funded by the SB 70 Global Entrepreneurship grant.