Wednesday Evening Seminar
The Wednesday Evening Seminar (WES) is a weekly gathering of Center participants in their first fall and spring semester. WES brings together fellows from diverse academic disciplines, geographic areas, life experiences, and East-West Center programs to learn and dialogue on issues of common concern that impact the U.S. and Asia Pacific region. Read more...
SPRING 2013 PROGRAM
Syllabus - "Bridges and Barriers: Overcoming Obstacles to Change in the Asia-Pacific Region"
Hawai'i Imin International Conference Center
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
January 30 - April 10, 2013
January 30 - "Border Walls"
February 20 - "From Climate Science to Community Resilience: Challenges and Opportunities"
February 27 - "Islanderism"
March 6 - "Rebuilding the Ahupua'a in Waianae"
March 13 - "The Silence of the Global Poor and the Noise of Economic Development Policies"
April 3 - "Where Heaven Meets Hell"
April 10 - "Bridges and Barriers to Gender Violence Prevention: Stories from Hawaii and the Philippines"
April 17 - "Final Event for Bridges and Barriers: Food-Based Learning"
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