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Cambridge Festival: "Working for Change: How Social Action Creates Impact"

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Can positive impact and change at a local, national or even international level arise from our individual actions? Katina Jones challenges existing norms typically associated with our professional goals. Founder of the United Nations NGO Centre for Equality, and a group of organisations dedicated to health, education, philanthropy and human rights, she is in conversation with Jenifer Varzaly from the Cambridge University Baha’i Society. The discussion will explore topics related to meaningful work, personal drive and passion, and what each of us can do to make an impact in challenging times, whether large or small.

Booking/Registration page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/working-for-change-how-social-action-creates-impact-tickets-132348498923

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Bahá'í Society series.

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