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Talloires Network Leaders Conference (TNLC2021): Global Institutions, Local Impact: Power and Responsibility of Engaged Universities

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By Institute of Politics

Thursday, September 30, 2021 8:00am

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Thursday, September 30, 2021 8:00am

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Registration is now open for the Talloires Network Leaders Conference (TNLC2021) to be held on 30 September – 3 October 2021. Jointly hosted on the virtual campuses of Tufts University’s Tisch College of Civic Life and the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School, the conference is a global gathering of higher education leaders and students from all regions of the world. 

TNLC2021 is a movement-building event that will provide opportunities to critically reflect on the power and responsibility of engaged universities to work together--and in partnership with communities--to sustainably and equitably address global challenges. We have designed the conference to maximize engagement and forge connections, even in a virtual format, including special opportunities for student leadership and participation. Using several interactive technology platforms, the gathering will feature dynamic plenary sessions, highly interactive breakout sessions and workshops, virtual site visits, and thematic networking sessions. View the conference agenda here

Participants will share ideas and build collaborations for action on important and interrelated issues, including Pandemic Recovery and Resilience, Conflict and Inequality, Climate Justice, Assessing Engagement, and Civic Engagement Futures.

The conference will open with welcoming remarks from Tufts University President Anthony P.  Monaco, Harvard University President Lawrence Bacow and President Nieves Segovia of the Universidad Camilo José Cela (Spain).

The conference will be held virtually. Harvard students who wish to register should register above with the promo code HRVRD21.

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