Saturday, March 18th 2017 – 4 pm (Panel Discussion) + 7 pm (Dinner Reception)
Come meet fellow alumni that studied, worked, lectured at CEMUS, and have otherwise been involved over the last 25 years.
The event will start with a Panel Discussion of alumni that is working in different fields and sectors on sustainability work and the past and future role of CEMUS. We will then move to a mingle dinner reception. There will also be an art exhibition ‘Acclimatize’ at the dinner venue at CEMUS.
16:00-18:00 Panel Discussion
Venue: Kollaboratoriet (Östra Ågatan 19, Uppsala)
19:00- Mingle Dinner + Acclimatize Exhibition
Venue: CEMUS (Villavägen 16, Uppsala)
Matilda Hald is Programme Manager for ‘Agenda 2030’ at Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and was responsible for the Development for Burma project. Matilda is also the former Head of the democracy support programme at the Swedish Burma Committee. She has previously worked with sustainable development issues as course coordinator and Director of Studies at CEMUS.
Yuri Silva has a 10 year background as a politician during his spare time for the Green Party at different levels. Today he works in the private sector as a junior consultant at A Beautiful Soup which is a PR Bureau in sustainable communication in Stockholm. He works with PR, Marketing, Influencing the Public Opinion and Lobbyism. In his spare time he is a cultural entrepreneur, salsa dancer, DJ and run his own business organizing the best Latin American parties in his hometown Eskilstuna. Former MSD student 2011/13.
Beau Boekhout is the Commercial Project Development Manager for the wind project development department for Hamburg based wind turbine manufacturer Nordex Acciona Windpower. Beau also works with applying sustainability principles to the national development of land based wind parks in Sweden. He is happy to have been a course coordinator in 2009 for the inaugural year of two CEMUS courses Actors and Strategies for Change and Critical Perspectives on Sustainable Development in Sweden. In his spare time he does volunteer project work at the MIT FabLab in Lyngen, Norway.
Hannes Willner is working with collaboration and outreach activities (CEMUS Forum) together with others. He has been a course coordinator for different courses at CEMUS, such as the Livsfilosofi and Hållbar Utveckling A.
Register here by latest March 14th.
– Panel Discussion (free)
– Mingle Dinner (150 SEK. Registration is binding. Bring cash or Swish on the spot.)
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