Chevening Conference programme

Chevening Conference programme

Public policy and governance

10:45-11:00: Welcome and introduction to the topic by Professor Andrew Thompson, University of Edinburgh lecturer

Presentations:

11:00-11:15 Mildred Samboy Hernandez Data, power, and policymaking: can we rethink data for development and leaving no one behind?
11:15-11:30 Roissa Darko Urban entrepreneurialism and the failure of housing public policies to shelter homeless people in Ghana.
11:30-11:45 Mohamad Yaman Sammani Shaping the world through education! 1 of 2
11:30-11:45 Reem Noureddin Shaping the world through education! 2 of 2

11:45-12:00: Q&A with scholar speakers, Chaired by Professor Andrew Thompson


Environment

10:45-11:00: Welcome and introduction to the topic by University of Edinburgh lecturer, Professor Geoff Simm

Presentations:

11:00-11:15 Chambalson Chambal Climate change a path to Unsustainable Development Goals: a need for reflection 2021
11:15-11:30 Jovana Mirjanic (Youth) participation in environmental decision making
11:30-11:45 Saadia Irhema The impact of different green marketing campaigns on individuals behaviours and attitudes towards the environment

11:45-12:00: Q&A with scholar speakers, Chaired by Professor Geoff Simm


Law and social justice

10:45-11:00: Welcome and introduction to the topic by Dr Callum McGregor, University of Edinburgh lecturer

Presentations:

11:00-11:15 Emine Sheykhametova Leadership in education: building female leadership capacity for social justice
11:15-11:30 Hawa Ocheni Third world approaches to global justice
11:30-11:45 John Ogunjimi Crime scene investigation and justice delivery: how can forensic science help Nigeria?

11:45-12:00: Q&A with scholar speakers, Chaired by Dr Callum McGregor


Development

14:30-14:45: Welcome and Introduction to the topic by University of Edinburgh lecturer, Patrick Theiner

14:45-15:00 Elif Harmanci Co-creation in social innovation: a case study about overcoming the knowledge gap for children in underdeveloped countries
15:00-15:15 Lova Andrianina Randrianasolo Media for Change
15:15-15:30 Pallavi Mahajan Women in leadership: comparing developed (the UK) and the developing (India) corporate economy

 15:30-15:45: Q&A with scholar speakers, Chaired by Patrick Theiner


 Human rights and conflict

 14:30-14:45: Welcome and Introduction to the topic by Professor Martin Hogg, University of Edinburgh lecturer

14:45-15:00 Abiy Goshu Finding new ways to mobilise youth for peace in a volatile social media landscape
15:00-15:15 Larissa De Mello Beckman (Re)shaping human rights
15:15-15:30 Salwa Mohd Saleh We are all leaders: empowering people with disabilities through inclusive leadership

 15:30-15:45: Q&A with scholar speakers, Chaired by Professor Martin Hogg


Technology

14:30-14:45: Welcome and introduction to the topic by Professor Shannon Vallor, University of Edinburgh lecturer

14:45-15:00 Mai Nguyen How to manage pain points of lean startup by taking advantages of conventional approach
15:00-15:15 María Amorín Cabrera Materials chemistry and circular economy: leadership to use science in solving real-life problems in the developing countries.
15:15-15:30 Minoli Wijetunga Grounding EdTech: a global south approach to digital technology in education

15:30-15:45: Q&A with scholar speakers, chaired by Professor Shannon Vallor