KQV Global Press Conference
Urban Innovation and Leadership – Lessons from Europe?
August 2, 2014
This half-hour radio program will feature Donald K. Carter, Director of the Remaking Cities Institute in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, and Brian Kennedy, Vice President for Strategic Services and Government Relations, Pittsburgh Technology Council. They will discuss "Urban Innovation and Leadership – Lessons from Europe?” with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
KQV Global Press Conference
The Emergent City: Building Resilience through Migration and the Informal Economy
August 3, 2014
This half-hour radio program will feature Kavitha Rajagopalan, Senior Fellow, World Policy Institute. She will discuss "The Emergent City: Building Resilience through Migration and the Informal Economy” with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Public Policy Discussion and Luncheon
Enriching a Compromise: Can the P5 + 1 and Iran Complete the Deal?
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Dr. Urvashi Sahni
March 12, 2013
12:30 - 1:45 p.m. EDT
The challenges facing girls came to a fore when the world learned of the attempted assassination of fourteen-year old Malala Yousafzai for her activism regarding girls’ education in Pakistan. However, she is not alone. Every day, 61 million children are shut out of primary school and 34 million adolescent girls are denied the right to education. Leading the fight for education in countries around the world are young people — like you — who are passionate about the right to education for everyone. Join this conversation with education experts to learn about the struggle for education worldwide.
Dr. Urvashi Sahni is currently a Nonresident Fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education. She is the Founder and Chief Executive of Study Hall Educational Foundation. She is a leading expert in school governance, curriculum reform and teacher training with a special focus on girls education and the use of technology in education. Her current research focuses on developing and scaling her Girls’ Empowerment Program in India with the help of affordable technology.
Dr. Edwin H. Gragert is Director, Global Campaign for Education-US. Earlier he served for 21 years as Executive Director of iEARN-USA. Since 1990 he helped iEARN pioneer educational uses of innovative technologies and teacher professional development to facilitate on-line collaborative project-based learning among schools in the U.S. and 130 other countries. Earlier he served as Executive Director of an international youth exchange program, and also worked for the International Relations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Ed received a BA in Japanese political science from the University of Washington. He received an MA in Korean History a PhD in Japanese history from Columbia University.
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