[Webinar] Session 6 of the Climate, Resource Management, and Human Development Webinar Series

The Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines: Investing in Climate & Disaster Resilience (CCARPH) project, in partnership with the Ateneo de Manila University’s (ADMU) Department of Political Science, and Department of Sociology & Anthropology (DSA), the Nippon Foundation, and the Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship program invite you to

Climate, Resource Management, and Human Development: Community Resilience Initiatives in Asia 2020 Webinar Series, Session 6
November 11, 2020, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (Philippine Time)

“Baon sa Pagbangon (Preparation for Adaptive Resilience): Resources for Community-Based Arts Engagement for Resilience and Sustainability”
Guest Speaker:
Clarissa Mijares
Program Manager, Office of University and Global Relations
Faculty, Department of Sociology and Anthropology Ateneo de Manila University

“Community Based Arts as a Vehicle for Social Change and Enhancing Resilience Initiatives”
Guest Speaker: Laura Cabochan
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Fine Arts, Ateneo de Manila University
PhD Cand. in Educational Theatre New York University

“Omehen: The Garden as Chronicle and Strategy of Resistance”
Guest Speaker: Alfred Marasigan
Instructor, Department of Fine Arts, Ateneo de Manila University

Convenor:
Dr. Emma Porio
Project Leader & Principal Investigator, CCARPH
Professor of Sociology, Ateneo de Manila University

Facilitator:
Maria Rufina L. Salas
Project Management, CCARPH

Register at bit.ly/CRMHD6

This event will be streamed live on facebook.com/CCARinthePhilippines
For more information, email ccarph@ateneo.edu, or visit coastalcitiesatriskph.com

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