Krea University hosts ‘dialogue sans borders’- a conversation series with global experts

New Delhi: Krea University is curating diverse global narratives that redefine the world of tomorrow. With more than 20 eminent speakers from 7 nations across the globe, dialogue sans borders is a four session global event. The sessions will be moderated by Mukund Padmanabhan, the former editor of The Hindu and Visiting Professor of Practice at Krea University.

The conversation series brings together eminent subject experts from world-renowned universities and research organizations along with the academic minds at Krea — on the post-crisis future of our nations, health, families, societies, environment and the interconnected world we live in.

For dialogue sans borders, Krea University is hosting speakers from renowned institutions including University of Oxford, The George Institute for Global Health, University of Witwatersrand, Nottingham Trent University, Australia Council for the Arts, M.S Chadha Centre for Global India at Princeton University, University College Cork, Energy Policy Institute at University of Chicago (EPIC), Victoria University of Wellington and University of Sussex.

The event kickstarts with the first session on the ‘Future of Public Health’, on the 18th of June, 2020 where panellists share perspectives about public health systems of the future, and how Covid-19 will impact public health practice, investment, research and interventions. The following session on ‘Future of Social Behaviour’ will be conducted on 25th June and will witness a discussion on the changing face of social behaviour, our attitudes towards each other and societies, mental health and new coping mechanisms and the gender-based challenges that lie ahead.

On 2nd of July, ‘Future of Sustainability’ will revolve around the promise of sustainable development, food sustainability, energy and climate change in the wake of a world that is rethinking its ways. The concluding session on 9th of July, ‘Future of Global Relations’ will illuminate the transforming narrative of global relations in times of crisis, and its long-term impact on global migration movement and trends.

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