Guest speaker Dr. Caroline Shenaz Hossein (Associate Professor of Global Development and Political Science, University of Toronto) will speak on the future of cooperation; acknowledging black feminist economies in the Global South and beyond.
Black women in the African Diaspora engage in solidarity economies through a form of mutual aid called ROSCAs. These 'Banker Ladies' draw on ancient African traditions of Tontines and Susu that are informal and prioritize the collective.
Dr. Hossein will discuss how acknowledging the expertise of these Banker Ladies can help build an inclusive economy and revolutionize Canadian international development policy.
NOTE: There are two tickets available for this event (in person or livestream), please ensure you are selecting the right ticket type when you register.
In Person Event Location: Enhanced Clinical Learning Centre Room 1720 (This building is adjacent to the OVC Main Building (411 Gordon Street).
Please note, all University of Guelph facilities will require daily screening, masks indoors, and have a mandatory vaccination requirement.
University of Guelph COVID19 Information: https://www.uoguelph.ca/covid19/general-covid-info