To mark the upcoming International Day of Education, Chief Minister Dr. David Moinina Sengeh is preparing to deliver a public lecture and facilitate a workshop on Radical Inclusion at his alma mater, the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Chief Minister Sengeh, currently serving as a Yidan Chen Global Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, expressed his enthusiasm for the forthcoming events. He stated, “Returning to Harvard to deliver a lecture and lead a workshop on Radical Inclusion is a meaningful opportunity as a Yidan Chen Global Fellow. I eagerly anticipate engaging in discussions with both faculty and students.” Those interested in attending can register for the event at globalfellows.gse.harvard.edu/current-events.
The scheduled activities promise valuable insights into Chief Minister Sengeh’s expertise. The agenda includes a one-hour lecture and discussion on his book, “Radical Inclusion: Seven Steps to Help You Create a More Just Workplace, Home, and World.” Moderated by Fernando Reimers, the lecture is scheduled for January 24th, 2024, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm at Askwith Hall.
Additionally, a five-hour workshop is set for January 27th, 2024, from 8 am to 1 pm, providing students with a unique opportunity to delve into Chief Minister Sengeh’s work on radical inclusion. Participants will not only gain insights from his experiences but also receive guidance on implementing these principles in their own endeavors.
This initiative reflects Chief Minister Sengeh’s dedication to promoting inclusivity and effecting positive change across various life domains. The events at Harvard University aspire to inspire and empower individuals to embrace radical inclusion, thereby contributing to the creation of just workplaces, homes, and a more equitable world.
The announcement has generated excitement within the academic community, and the lecture and workshop are expected to be impactful, serving as a platform for meaningful discussions and the exchange of ideas on the crucial subject of Radical Inclusion.