The 28th Seminar Cycle on Development Studies will take place at ISEG from February through to May, 2020.
This cycle will host specialists from all over the world to debate the theme of Development. Each topic under debate is in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030.
The second seminar of this year’s Cycle will be held on the 5th of March, entitled“Does it (Still) Make Sense to Speak of ‘Development’?“. The keynote speaker will be Felwine Sarr, a Senegalese academic, musician, and thinker, who will reflect on the meaning of continuing to talk about ‘Development’ in the specific case of Africa.
The event will start at 18.00, in Auditorium 5 (Quelhas New Building).
Free entrance, subject to pre-enrolmentthis link.