|Diverse Voices in Frgn Affairs - 38650 - INAF 210 - 01|
Part-of-Term:Last day to Drop: 1/17/20; Last Day to Withdraw:2/19/20; 7 Meetings in Spring 2020: 1/14/20; 1/21/20; 1/28/20; 2/4/20; 2/11/20; 2/25/20; 3/3/20--; This class will feature guest speakers of different backgrounds who have influenced foreign affairs policy and practice in different sub-fields of international affairs, including defense, diplomacy, development, conflict resolution, trade, and humanitarian relief. The goal will be to explore questions of diversity, equity and inclusion as classes introduce students to different international affairs arenas. Substantial evidence indicates that bringing diverse voices into deliberative and decision making processes in not just the right thing to do, it's the smart thing to do. Whether seeking to resolve wars, negotiate treaties, or manage organizations, individuals of different backgrounds--whether based on sex or gender, ethnicity, race, religion, socio-economic status, political perspecitve, ability status, sexual orientation, or gender identity, among others--add expertise and perspective with benefits for the effectiveness and richness of work.
Associated Term: Spring 2020
Registration Dates: Nov 04, 2019 to Jan 17, 2020
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