SCWA MARCH & APRIL WEBINAR SERIES

SCWA CoronaVirus Virtual Webinar Series

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak is having a global impact and is affecting our local communities.  During the months of March & April, we invite SCWA Members to stay engaged and participate in various FREE Virtual Webinars offered by World Affairs Councils from around the United States of America. ~ Stay Tuned & Stay Healthy, SCWA!

World Affairs Councils from Around the USA are offering our Members Real-time Analysis through FREE Webinars 

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THURSDAY MARCH 26, 2020

MARCH 26,@ 2:00-2:30 PM ET ~ WACA KNOW NOW – Dr. Jonathan Quick, Senior Fellow at Management Sciences for Health, on COVID-19 and Global Epidemics. The call will be moderated by WorldBoston President and CEO Mary Yntema.

MARCH 26 @ 8:00 AM CDT:  Global Minnesota: Irena Zubcevic, Chief of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, “Building the Sustainable Development Goals Into Your Mission”

MARCH 26 @ 11:00 AM MDT:  Los Angeles World Affairs Council & Town Hall: Prof. Dan Schnur, “How Will the Coronavirus Change Our Politics?”

MARCH 26 @8:30 AM MDT:  Montana World Affairs Council: Nicholas Kralev, Founding Executive Director of Washington International Diplomatic Academy, “American Diplomacy in a Time of Crisis”

MARCH 26 @ 12 PM MDT:  World Affairs (Northern California): Dr. Michael Baker, general surgeon and retired U.S. Navy Admiral, “Biological Threats to the Security of the United States”

MARCH 26 @ 7 PM EST:  World Affairs Council of Charlotte: The Magellan Society, “He Named Me Malala” All you need is a Netflix account and the Netflix Party Google Chrome extension to join in with other internationally-minded young professionals.

MARCH 26 @ 5:30 CST: International Relations Council (Kansas City): Attorney Kirk Doan, “Oil”

MARCH 26 @ 10 AM MDT: WorldDenver: A panel of experts on “COVID-19 Across the Globe – An Int’l Solidarity Series”

FRIDAY MARCH 27, 2020

MARCH 27 @ 10 AM CST: World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth: Sebastian Mallaby, Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for Int’l Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, “The Economic Response to COVID-19”

MARCH 27 @ 10 AM MDT: Santa Fe Council on International Relations: Katie Singer, “Limits to Internet Growth”

MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2020

FOR STUDENTS – MARCH 30 @ 12 PM AKDK: Alaska World Affairs Council: Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm, Northwestern Diplomat in Residence, “Virtual Lunch With Leaders: So You Want to Be a Diplomat? 101”

MARCH 30 @ 10 -11:30 AM EST:  KEI Livestream Program: The State of Human Rights in North Korea

The Korea Economic Institute of America, WACA partner and co-sponsor of WACA’s Future of Korea grant program, will host a Livestream panel discussion on “The State of Human Rights in North Korea”.

-Ambassador Robert King, former U.S. Special Envoy for North Korea Human Rights, Non-Resident Fellow at the Korea Economic Institute of America
-Greg Scarlatoiu, Executive Director of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea
Mark Tokola, Moderator, Vice President of the Korea Economic Institute of America

The State Department’s 2019 Human Rights Report continues to be as tough in its language on North Korean human rights violations as were its 2018 and 2017 reports. Along with the February 25, 2020 report of the United Nations Human Rights Council and the Korea Institute for National Unification’s 2019 White Paper on Human Rights in North Korea, there is ample recent documentation showing the continuing abysmal state of human rights in Kim Jong-un’s North Korea.

This event will be live-streamed on Zoom* with an interactive Q&A session, during which you will be able to ask a question of the speakers by using the Zoom Q&A function.

PLEASE ** RSVP** HERE to receive the webinar link on the day of the event.

*Zoom: Anyone can join a meeting using the Zoom mobile apps or desktop applications for Windows and Mac. You do not have to create an account.

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Memberships: Individual $50, Family $75, Contributing $125, Sustaining $300

 

SCWA hopes that you and yours are well & safe!

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UPCOMING SCWA SPRING PROGRAMS– See Events

Thursday, April 16 – CANCELLED – Due to the Coronavirus:  Dr. Gunter Jikeli, Indiana University.  Erna B. Rosenfeld Professor in Jewish Studies, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and Germanic Studies – Topic: “Contemporary anti-Semitism in Europe”

Thursday, May 14: Dr. Robert H. Latiff, U.S. Air Force Major General (retired) and professor at Notre Dame and George Mason universities focusing on technology and ethics – Topic:  Preparing for the New Global Battlefield

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