Professor David Hulme, Executive Director of the Global Development Institute, will be visiting Washington DC at the end of November. Whilst in the United States he will be taking part in three events highlighting his two latest books, ‘Should Rich Nations Help the Poor?’ and ‘Bangladesh Confronts Climate’.
Tuesday, 29th November, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Professor David Hulme will be discussing his book ‘Should Rich Nations Help the Poor?’. This informal event will be chaired by Charles Kenny and will include a short introduction to the book followed by a discussion of its arguments. This event will be held at the Center for Global Development. Reserve your place now.
Wednesday, 30th November, 6pm.
David Hulme will be speaking as part of the ‘Colombian Public Policy Perspectives’ lecture series, discussing his book ‘Should Rich Nations Help the Poor?’. This event is open to all but we’re particularly hoping to meet alumni of The University of Manchester. The will be held at The Colombian Embassy. Reserve your ticket.
Thursday, 1st December 12.30-2.00 p.m.
David Hulme will discuss his forth coming book, ‘Bangladesh Confronts Climate Change’, at the World Resources Institute. David will discuss his book with Moushumi Chaudhury from our Climate Resilience Practice followed by a question and answer session with the audience. Book your ticket now.