…yet. But disasters still happen.
Whether locally, nationally, or internationally, the globalized world that we live in is plagued by everything from earthquakes and terrorism to ethnic conflict and biological warfare. The chaos that ensues demands a response. Not just from politicians and states, but from businesses, NGOs, scientists, engineers, and economists. When hurricanes ravage through a country, do corporations abandon their capital or re-invest? How does the US government or the Red Cross choose to allocate scarce resources to aid the displaced and dying?
Whether you’re an aspiring Steve Jobs, America’s future Obama, or the next David Suzuki, we invite all global citizens to participate in this year’s Queen’s Foreign Policy Conference, “Disasters in a Globalized World.”
When disaster strikes, how will you respond?
Registration is ending soon, so register now!