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Bristol International Development Conference returns in 2013 for another year of lively debates, fascinating talks and fresh perspectives!
This year we will be addressing The Underlying Motives of International Development:
- Do international development projects strive to create autonomous communities?
- How can we develop Sustainable Change abroad?
- What difference can prioritising human rights make?
- Is Social Enterprise more effective than Aid?
Join us to help answer these questions and more! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear and interact with incredible speakers from a wide range of backgrounds. Also, did you know that the BIDC counts as an intensive skills day for the Bristol Plus Award? Martin Heather will also be talking about the DFID's graduate scheme at the conference - so if you are interested in a career in development then all the more reason to come along ...
The Conference is on Saturday 23rd February and will be held in The University of Bristol, School of Chemistry, Cantock's Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS. For further directions, visit our getting there page.
Tickets are £8, with early bird tickets available for £5, which includes a scrumptious lunch!
So hurry to get yours now, or find us on Facebook and send us a Tweet! To check out the program for the day, visit the schedule page.
For a better idea of what the day is about, click here to access an interview with the organisers of BIDC 2013 :)
International Development is my business because ...
Thank you to all who took part :)