Join us for the upcoming landmark hybrid networking event Decolonization of knowledge: launching a new generation of knowledge management for sustainable development.
Venue: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Washington DC, with a hybrid format
Register for in-person participation: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/624541609767
Register for Facebook live streaming: https://fb.me/e/R1DqDrWo
This important event will see the launch of the new Special Issue ‘Uncomfortable truths in international development: approaches to the decolonization of knowledge from development practice, policy and research’ of the Knowledge Management for Development Journal. The launch of the Special Issue reflects the dawn of a new generation in the field of knowledge management for development.
Live topics will include:
- social marketing and knowledge management nexus
- launch of the Special Issue: A new generation of knowledge management for development
- chat show with authors from the Special Issue.
Co-chairs: Fitsum Tesfaye Habtemariam and Sarah Cummings.
Organizers: Bruce Boyes, Ninez Jerbi, Jacob Loefdahl, Gladys Kemboi, Luis Ortiz, Sarah Cummings, Fitsum Habtemariam, jointly with SMANA.