Parallel sessions: 'I find that sufficient attention is given to internationalisation in the degree programme'

We advise you to attend the following sessions:

  1. The Mobile School-Streetwize story - part 1 (13.30 – 14.20)

Bram Doolaege – Visiting Professor UGent-VUB, founding partner Streetwize-Mobile School, fan of Motörhead

Bram is a professional optimist fascinated by the fact that most organizational and personal changes do fail. This curiosity is driving Bram in a search for no nonsense answers in evidence-based management as a lector in the field of change management, communication and leadership at the University of Ghent. But you know what they say about teachers, if you can’t do it… teach it.
Therefore, Bram engaged in the Mobile School an organization that reaches out to street children for whom change really matters. Using a unique approach, the Mobile School not only educates children (healthcare, social skills) but foremost the school wants to help street children to reconnect with their talents and strengths. To make this possible Streetwize was founded. StreetwiZe is a hybrid social enterprise that invests in the sustainable development of people, organizations and society, inspired by the strength of street connected children & youth. All profits of StreetwiZe fund the Mobile School projects for the street children.    

During the Mobile School-Streetwize story Bram will share insights on how to improve your streetskills in a very interactive way. Expect inspiration on:

-       How Mexican skinny dogs can teach you to be more positively focused.

-       What ‘hit me one more time’ can tell us about agility and resilience.

-       How the Lion King can help us to become more creative.

-       What Linkedin forgot to tell us on how to connect better.

-       How PHD students can learn from shoe polishers.

-       What medical doctors can do with a lot of soup.

  1. Presentations by students of the Master Global Health (14.20 - 15.10)

  2. The Mobile School-Streetwize story - part 2 (15.30 - 16.20)

 

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