• RSVP Webinar with Canadian International Council (CIC) on MENA, BRI & Implications for North America

    Date: 02 Jul 2020
    Location: Online
    RSVP Webinar with Canadian International Council (CIC) on MENA, BRI & Implications for North America
  • Global Lecture Series: Academic Capacity Enhancement on Chinese Economic Studies

    Date: 01- 30 Jun 2020
    Location: Online
    CNKI joins hands with Chinese Economic Association(CEA, UK/Europe), Chinese Economists Society(CES, US), Chinese Economics Society Australia(CESA, Australia), Japanese Association for Chinese Economy and Management Studies(JACEM, Japan), China Health Policy and Management Society(CHPAMS, US) and Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies(UK) to invite some top professional experts and scholars from University of Bridge, University of Oxford, Yale University, UTS, ANU, University of Tokyo, etc to talk about the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on China and the global economy, China's economic policy and strategy in the context of globalization, etc.
  • The New COVID Consumer in Latin America

    Date: 25 Jun 2020
    Location: Online
    In early June 2020, AMI and EchoMR combined forces to survey over 2,000 Internet-using adults in Latin America about how COVID-19 has changed them as people and as consumers. On Thursday, June 25th, in a widely broadcast webinar, we will reveal the ‘new normal’ of online consumer habits across Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia.
  • Human Rights in Business

    Date: 25 Jun 2020
    Location: Online
    The conference will bring together government and international institution leaders, business people and the civil society to discuss human rights in the workplace with a focus on LGBT+ rights. Its aim is to highlight the importance of diversity for the prosperity of our societies and the role of businesses as agents of change.
  • An Introduction to Ethnic Minority Philosophy in China

    Date: 18 Jun 2020
    Location: Online
    The academic discipline of “ethnic minority philosophies” appeared in the People’s Republic of China only in the 1980s, but can be traced back to conceptions of philosophical, religious, and ethnic identity in the work of thinkers from the Republican period (1911-1949).
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