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Cash Transfers in Africa: A New Approach to Poverty Alleviation?
February 16, 2022 at 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
This talk sponsored by Carolina Public Humanities will be given by ASC Co-Director and Professor of Public Policy, Sudhanshu (Ashu) Handa as a hybrid event offered both in person and on Zoom.
This hybrid lecture series will travel around the world to explore topics of current interest. Lectures will be held 4:30–6:00 pm on Wednesdays. Your registration fee of $20 ($15 for GAA) lets you attend in person at Flyleaf Books or virtually via Zoom. A Season Pass to all 8 lectures is available for $120 ($90 GAA). Tuition for virtual viewing is free for K-12 teachers.
This series has long been the Carolina Public Humanities’ forum for “topics in the news,” and they continue that tradition with eight talks that speak to challenges across the globe, often subjects that are difficult to discuss in a heated political environment. Each lecture will be accompanied by a question and answer session with the presenter. Please be sure to verify the dates and times for all CPH events this spring as circumstances change quickly.
Click here or call 919.962.1544 to register!
Advance registrants can take advantage of CPH’s special Humanities in Action Season Pass – register for all eight Humanities in Action events for $120.00 ($90.00 for GAA members).
If you take the GAA discount and are not a GAA member, you will be asked to join or pay the difference before the event. To check your membership status or to join the GAA, please visit alumni.unc.edu or call 800.962.0742. GAA membership is open to all UNC alumni and friends.
Tuition for virtual viewing is free for K-12 teachers. If you are a current K-12 teacher, click here to register for virtual viewing of any Spring 2022 Humanities in Action lecture. Complimentary teacher registration closes two hours before the start of the event.
**Please note that due to UNC regulations, masks will be required for all in-person events regardless of vaccination status. In-person and hybrid events may switch to virtual-only based upon recommendations from local, state, and national public health officials. If an in-person or hybrid event is designated “virtual-only,” the CPH staff will contact registrants and provide them with information on how to attend virtually or with options for receiving credits or refunds. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919.962.1544. The CPH appreciate your flexibility during these trying times.**
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