|A workshop for students, professionals, and the general community, to interact with those interested in working with developing communities.|
|Venue||Multi-Faith Centre Griffith University Nathan Campus, 170 Kessels Road , Nathan, QLD|
|Date||Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd October 2011 from 9:00am - 4:30pm both days|
|Non Members Cost||S110|
|Event Contact||Engineers Without Borders - Griffith University|
|Hosted By||Engineers Without Borders|
|Downloads||October 1&2 Flyer.pdf(292KB)|
The Pathways to Development workshop is a gathering of enthusiastic students of all areas, professional engineers, planners and social scientists all united by a common concern in development issues. The aim of the Pathways weekend is to immerse participants in issues associated with development work through interactive presentation by guests experienced in development work, or authorities on related topics.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Elizabeth Taylor, Chair of RedR (Registered Engineers for Disaster Relief) Australia
- The Foundation for Development Cooperation
- International Water Centre
- Matthew Pearce; water infrastructure projects in Fiji
- Amanda Cahil, Centre for Social Change
- Rosie Sanderson and Brad Schultz, EWB volunteers
- Speakers involved in volunteer work across the globe, NGOs and more.
The registration fees are as follows:
Students/unemployed - $40
Engineers Without Borders Professionals- $80
Other Professionals- $110
The event is a 2 day workshop, from 9:00am-4.30pm.
To register please visit the Engineers Without Borders Website, or click the register button and all details are contained on the webpage
The Location: Multi Faith Centre, Griffith University Nathan Campus, Brisbane Map