Hosted by Warwick Hub, the first Warwick International Aid Forum (WIAF) takes place on Saturday 2 February from 10am-6pm in L5 (Sciences Building). The forum will endeavour to bring the increasingly pertinent question of international aid to a wider audience, and in doing so, increase awareness, understanding and engagement. With the topic becoming increasingly prevalent on both a national and global platform, the launch of WIAF comes at an interesting time, and promises to be an exciting and thought-provoking event.
About the event
The forum will combine lectures, panel discussions and workshops; introducing and developing relevant issues and encouraging debate amongst both speakers and attendees. With or without previous knowledge of the topic, attendees will find the forum a revealing and stimulating introduction to some of the biggest questions surrounding international aid of our time.
Confirmed speakers include: Duncan Green (Oxfam), John Hilary (War on Want) and Jonathan Foreman (Civitas).
About Warwick Hub
Warwick Hub, a branch of Student Hubs, is the focal point for ethical and charitable activity at the University of Warwick, connecting students with causes - whether local, national, or international. It’s the best way to get involved in charitable, ethical and socially entrepreneurial activities on campus - providing support, training and information on a range of social and environmental issues, events, and careers. Its events support both the University and local community by bringing to the fore topical ideas and debates such as international aid. Find out more on the Warwick Hub website.
£5 - Student/Unwaged Earlybird
£12 - Professional Earlybird
Free - U18s (proof required)
The ticket price includes lunch and refreshments. Buy your tickets online.
Find out more
Find out more about the event, including the full programme, on the WIAF website.