San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Walrus Talks Africa's Next Generation
The next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, and social justice.
Pierre Kwenders, Musician
Brian Mukeswe, MasterCard Foundation scholar, University of British Columbia
Ivy Mwai, Program Manager, Education and Learning, The MasterCard Foundation
Sharon Shamuyarira, MasterCard Foundation scholar, University of British Columbia
Wisdom Tettey, Dean, Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences, University of British Columbia
Sina Yetbarek, Youth Reconciliation Leader, Canadian Roots
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Doors open, 6:30 p.m.
The Walrus Talks, 7 p.m.
University of British Columbia, Frederic Wood Theatre
6354 Crescent Rd., Vancouver
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About the Walrus Talks
The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by the Walrus Foundation as part of an educational mandate to provide forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians. The Walrus Talks format features a line-up of speakers for seven minutes each on various themes relating to a single topic. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking from scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, and business leaders.
The Walrus Foundation produces The Walrus magazine, the most awarded publication in Canada, as well as producing content at thewalrus.ca, on Walrus TV, and on stages from coast to coast to coast.