Institute for Developing Across Differences

“First, do no harm…” What’s really required? [24 Apr 2024 webinar/info session]

What’s really required for effective Developing Across Differences work?  How do we avoid doing more harm than good when time, circumstances and other considerations are less than ideal?

Join us for a 45-minute conversation on this timely topic + info session with 2024 Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week faculty members Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh on Wednesday, 24 April at 5PM CEST / 11AM EDT.   See your local time here.

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Developing across differences (DAD) is an ongoing — lifelong, even — process. Yet we live in a time of quick fixes and check-box solutions.

With this in mind, we ask the experts:

What does it take to have truly meaningful interventions . . . and if and when is the better option to decline an opportunity rather than engage and potentially cause “more harm”?

Missed this webinar? click the `Watch Now’ button below to dive right in and catch up on all the valuable insights you missed.

ABOUT OUR FEATURED FACULTY

NADINE BINDER  Psychologist, lecturer, trainer, researcher and certified coach Dr. Nadine Binder specializes in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, intercultural communication and global leadership, personal leadership, and mental health awareness. In addition to her applied work as a coach, trainer, and consultant, Nadine publishes research on topics such as the intersections between intercultural competence and DEI, intercultural and global competence development and assessment.

MOVING PAST THE PAST: OVERCOMING INEQUALITY:  Understanding and overcoming the roots of inequity and discrimination-based conflict  Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh   9 July  1 day

ANJANA SINGH  Modern historian Dr. Anjana Singh’s ‘s research focuses on the peoples of Eurasia through various lenses.  Her latest research is on global and local history on Dutch slavery and the slave trade, specifically the City of Groningen’s global connections to it. Previous appointments include those at the London School of Economics (UK) and the University of Mumbai (India) and she sits on multiple boards.

MOVING PAST THE PAST: OVERCOMING INEQUALITY:  Understanding and overcoming the roots of inequity and discrimination-based conflict  Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh   9 July  1 day

Want to know more? 

Still deciding which courses might be right for you this July in The Netherlands?

Learn more about the 2024 European Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week (7-13 July)

“First, do no harm…” What’s really required? [24 Apr 2024 webinar/info session]

What’s really required for effective Developing Across Differences work?  How do we avoid doing more harm than good when time, circumstances and other considerations are less than ideal?

Join us for a 45-minute conversation on this timely topic + info session with 2024 Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week faculty members Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh on Wednesday, 24 April at 5PM CEST / 11AM EDT.   See your local time here.

Developing across differences (DAD) is an ongoing — lifelong, even — process. Yet we live in a time of quick fixes and check-box solutions.

With this in mind, we ask the experts:

What does it take to have truly meaningful interventions . . . and if and when is the better option to decline an opportunity rather than engage and potentially cause “more harm”?

Missed this webinar? click the `Watch Now’ button below to dive right in and catch up on all the valuable insights you missed.

ABOUT OUR FEATURED FACULTY

NADINE BINDER  Psychologist, lecturer, trainer, researcher and certified coach Dr. Nadine Binder specializes in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, intercultural communication and global leadership, personal leadership, and mental health awareness. In addition to her applied work as a coach, trainer, and consultant, Nadine publishes research on topics such as the intersections between intercultural competence and DEI, intercultural and global competence development and assessment.

MOVING PAST THE PAST: OVERCOMING INEQUALITY:  Understanding and overcoming the roots of inequity and discrimination-based conflict  Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh   9 July  1 day

ANJANA SINGH  Modern historian Dr. Anjana Singh’s ‘s research focuses on the peoples of Eurasia through various lenses.  Her latest research is on global and local history on Dutch slavery and the slave trade, specifically the City of Groningen’s global connections to it. Previous appointments include those at the London School of Economics (UK) and the University of Mumbai (India) and she sits on multiple boards.

MOVING PAST THE PAST: OVERCOMING INEQUALITY:  Understanding and overcoming the roots of inequity and discrimination-based conflict  Dr. Nadine Binder and Dr. Anjana Singh   9 July  1 day

Want to know more? 

Still deciding which courses might be right for you this July in The Netherlands?

Learn more about the 2024 European Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week (7-13 July)