Global Inequalities in Knowledge Production and Distribution | Register for a free talk with Professor Budd Hall on Tuesday 12 February

Global Inequalities in Knowledge Production and Distribution | Register for a free talk with Professor Budd Hall on Tuesday 12 February

Published on 09 January 2019

Dr Budd Hall, from the University of Victoria, in Canada, will share his expertise on knowledge democracy – an area he has been working on since the early 1970s – at the ACU headquarters in London on Tuesday 12 February, from 5pm-6pm (GMT).

During this talk, Budd will cover how the domination of European knowledge affects our understanding of the world and what this means for our global network of Commonwealth universities.

The talk will include time for a Q&A session and will be followed by a drinks reception, providing an opportunity to meet Budd and network with peers from other universities.

How to register

Spaces are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you would like to attend, please email engage@acu.ac.uk by Thursday 7 February.

More information

Budd is Co-Chair of the UNESCO Chair in Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, as well as being a member of the ACU Engage Community Steering Committee.

Last year, Budd and his Co-Chair Rajesh Tandon, delivered a talk at our office on how we can build knowledge societies to meet the SDGs – read about it here or watch the video below for an insight into what you can expect.

The Engage Community is a special interest group for staff at ACU member universities working in university community engagement and outreach.

If you'd like to join, please email engage@acu.ac.uk