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Thu 22 Mar 2012, 6:30pm–8:00pm

Where: Cinema Nova, 251 Rundle Street, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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One Just World is presenting "Traditions, Culture and International Development". This is a free forum and everyone is welcome.

One Just World is a national series of free, after-work speakers’ forums aimed at involving the community in conversation and debate on key international development issues facing Australia, the
Asia-Pacific and beyond.

In many ways, for many people, culture is everything. It can be a person’s identity; it can define the way human beings live and interact on both local and global scales; it can exert a strong influence on human behavior, potentially affecting economic choices, as well as political and social behaviour.

With millions of people around the world living in poverty, it stands to reason that the key to effective, sustainable development is understanding and respecting the culture of developing communities. But, what happens when culture is invoked to oppose change, such as equality between men and women, or the eradication of harmful traditional practices? And is a foreign notion of aid and development assistance a realistic approach when working with people in poverty in developing countries?

How do we best support and respect the role of culture and its significance to women’s and men’s lives, while also supporting groups seeking positive change?

Featuring:
- Dame Carol Kidu, Minister for Community Development and Women and the only female MP in Papua New Guinea
- Nic Maclellan, Journalist and Researcher in the Pacific Islands
- Robyn Archer, Singer, writer, director and public advocate for the arts.

Please RSVP at the One Just World website.