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[OPIRG-EVENTS] ARGAA Seminar - Aid-Policy of Japan's ODA -- August 25, 2003 (Mon) 6pm
ARGAA Seminar - Aid-Policy of Japan's ODA -- August 25, 2003 (Mon)
The Associated Research Group of Asian Affairs (ARGAA) presents
"Japan's ODA (Official Development Assistance): Overseas Aid-Policy and
by Micheline Beaudry-Somcynsky.
6:00 - 8:00 p.m., 410 Dunton Tower.
Micheline Beaudry-Somcynsky was previously a senior advisor to CIDA,
Canadian International Development Agency, on relations with Japan for
over 10 years, having specialized on Japan's overseas aids. She is
recently retired but continues providing consultation to CIDA regarding
Japanese development aids and relevant issues.
This session will offer significant implications of ODA, Official
Development Assistance, by bringing deeper examination on Japan's ODA,
major development aids in Asia. The speaker's remarks will serve as the
basis of intense debate to follow.
Professionals and students are welcome to attend this discussion by
contacting ARGAA prior to Monday, August 25, 2003. It will be informal
and off-the-record, consisting of a brief presentation by the guest
speaker and then open discussion for the remaining time. ARGAA can be
contacted at: email@example.com
ARGAA was formed by graduate students at the Norman Paterson School of
International Affairs (NPSIA) with the support of associated faculty and
the Asian Pacific Research and Resource Center (APRRC), Carleton
University. Through these unique seminars with renowned guest speakers,
ARGAA aims to motivate graduate students to place research ideas within a
historical, comparative and practical context.
Note: the location is subject to change. For further information, please
contact ARGAA at the email address above.
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