This event will include a screening of Shunsaku Hayashi's films "Interstitial" and "Railment" and a viewing and discussion of the large-scale mural that is featured at the end of INTERSTITIAL.
The Africa Center is excited to host Africa & Ale 2018! This collaborative event is an “end of year” celebration that celebrates the cultures of Africa! Try the Pombe beer that students from CSU's Science and Fermentation department helped create! All are welcome. A donation by guests will help to support the future of this Africa Center program.
Join us for a Conversation on North Korea with Christine Wormuth, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.
This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP.
Join Global Seed Savers for their 4th Annual Film event where they will be screening the film "Modified: A Food Lovers Journey into GMOs." It is a feature-length documentary-memoir that questions why genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are not labeled on food products in Canada and the United States, despite being labeled in 64 other countries around the world. Shot over a span of ten years, the film follows the grassroots struggle to label GMO foods, exposing the cozy relationship between the biotech industry and governments.
On April 28, changemakers like you will gather to raise funds and celebrate AfricAid’s two mentoring programs for secondary school girls in Tanzania. We invite you to support their journey as they develop into leaders, transform their communities, and change the future.
Festive evening includes social hour, auction, and inspiring program featuring Asimwe Suedi, Binti Shupavu Project Manager from AfricAid Tanzania. Heavy hors d’oeurves & libations available throughout the evening.
Filmmaker Ai Weiwei examines the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly personal human impact. Over the course of one year in 23 countries, Weiwei follows a chain of urgent human stories that stretch across the globe, including Afghanistan, France, Greece, Germany, and Iraq. There will be a screening of this moving film, followed by a Livestream Q&A with director Ai Weiwei, in AAC 290. Please RSVP.
The coffee socials offer students, faculty, and community members the opportunity to gather and share their work in Africa, or learn about Africa (for those who have never been). This is a great way to meet others and discuss collaboration ideas!
African coffee is served, with breakfast snacks, tea, juice, and water. All are welcome!
All coffee socials are held in the Montreal Room at Johnson Hall Room 108, which is the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
Please join us for this exciting event to honor the John and Vivian Sabel Award and Lee-Stahlgren US-China Bridge Award recipients. All tickets includes dinner and open bar. Business attire appreciated.
Meet the Middle East is teaming up with Arbonne Consultant, Hanan Shaban, to host a fundraiser benefiting the 2018 Youth Ambassadors! Bring all of your friends and family for an evening of food, product samples and free gifts! Please RSVP.
Looking for more information on the process of how refugees come to Denver? Want to get involved in your local community and have a big impact on the lives of refugees right here? Come to a Refugee 101/Volunteer Orientation to learn more and take the first step!
Each year on World Refugee Day people around the globe gather to honor the spirit and courage of millions of refugees worldwide. In Colorado we will pause to recognize the contributions refugees make to our state, the talents they bring, and celebrate the many partnerships that make our state a welcoming place for newcomers. The celebration will include music, dancing, refugee speakers, and much more!
United Nations Association (UNA) Denver Chapter welcomes you to the 4th UNAFF Traveling Film Festival Denver. By bringing together filmmakers, the academic community and the general public, UNAFF offers a unique opportunity for creative exchange and education among groups and individuals often separated by geography, ethnicity, and economic constraints.