How Digital Activism Can Help Make Poverty HistoryExport this event to calendar

Wednesday, February 5, 2014 — 7:30 PM EST

Penny Goldsmith, close upJoin us in welcoming Penny Goldsmith, the 2014 Carold Institute Visiting Fellow, who will present a lecture at St. Paul's on how digital activism is about the people who use it and benefit from it — not the technology itself.

Goldsmith is the founder and CEO of PovNet, an online anti-poverty community that leverages the power of passionate people to make poverty history.

About the Carold Institute Visiting Fellow program:

The Carold Institute Visiting Fellow brings to campus and the broader Kitchener-Waterloo community individuals who are making a major contribution to positive social change through innovation in the volunteer/not-for-profit sector in Canada. The annual Fellowship is sponsored by the Carold Institute and St. Paul’s University College.

The lecture is free, but please register in advance for the event.

Contact:

Stephen Loo, 519-885-1460 x233

Cost 
Free
Location 
STP - St. Paul's University College
STP 201
190 Westmount Road North

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G5
Canada

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