Politics of Hope in a World Divided: Social Work and the Legacy of Nelson Mandela

December 5 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Social Work Building, 1255 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027, Room 311-312

Event Organizer

CSSW Alumni Affairs Office

Tony Tripodi Lecture in International Social Work
RECEPTION: 6:00 – 6:30 p.m | LECTURE: 6:30 –8:00 p.m.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | LIVESTREAM AVAILABLE | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 1.5 CE HOURS AVAILABLE FOR A FEE

with
VISHANTHIE SEWPAUL, Ph.D., Global Social Work and Human Rights Scholar; Professor Emeritus, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa & Professor II, University of Stavanger, Norway

LIVESTREAM LINK:
https://livestream.com/columbiassw/events/8909763

About the Event

As the 2019 Tony Tripodi guest lecturer, Vishanthie Sewpaul (bio), Senior Professor at the University of KwaZulu in South Africa, will share her vision for how social work can be “politics with soul.” Weaving together lessons from her scholarship, the ethical leadership of Nelson Mandela, and the Afrocentric ideal of ubuntu, Sewpaul will discuss the importance of “being for the other,” and the need for embracing a politics of hope, which in turn can lead to collective emancipatory action.

For information on CE hours (fees and learning objectives), please see the register link.

About the Tony Tripodi Lecture Series

The Tony Tripodi Lecture series on International Social Work is made possible through the generous support of alumnus Tony Tripodi, DSW’63.

Img: The crowd gathering in Cape Town for a Nelson Mandela Memorial Concert, 11 December 2013, by Tony Carr (CC BY-NC 2.0).