Since the start of the pandemic, global collaboration has become far more difficult, though no less important in our globalized world. What can be done to maintain and strengthen our connections around the world in the months to come? Join the United Nations Association of Greater Boston, WorldBoston, Refugees in Towns, and the Boston Network for International Development (BNID) on October 6th from 6-7PM ET for a virtual evening of discussion and networking on global collaboration.
This free event will feature small group discussions on some of the most pressing topics impacting global cooperation, including climate change, immigration, misinformation, the Covid-19 pandemic, and more. Participants will be able to choose their own breakout sessions, each focusing on one of these topics and guided by questions from a moderator.
Following the group discussions, participants are invited to stay for an opportunity to further connect with others through open networking in breakout rooms. We also encourage you to fill out our virtual business card exchange, which we will share at the end of the event. One lucky business card will be selected for a chance to win a prize!
Students, young professionals, and established leaders alike are invited to join us on October 6th. This is an interactive event – video and audio required.