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Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

Harvard Kennedy School
Cambridge, MA

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Fireside Chat with India’s Ambassador to the US

START
Fri, Dec 6, 2019 at 03:30pm

END
Fri, Dec 6, 2019 at 04:30pm

VENUE
Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

ADDRESS
Harvard Kennedy School
Cambridge, MA

Location: Harvard Kennedy School, Wexner Building, Room 332

The distinguished panel of guests will include Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Ambassador of India to the United States; Sandeep Chakravorty, Consul General of India in New York; and Dhananjay Tiwary, Counsellor, Science and Technology, who will discuss a broad range of issues relevant to students and researchers.

Pride & Progress Film Festival and Symposium

START
Fri, Oct 25, 2019 at 09:00am

END
Fri, Oct 25, 2019 at 06:00pm

VENUE
Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

ADDRESS
Harvard Kennedy School
Cambridge, MA

The Pride & Progress film festival and symposium will screen movies and highlight human rights filmmakers and activists who are leading the cultural fight against laws that criminalize and discriminate against LGBTQ+ people in the former British colonies.

Hackathon 2016

START
Sat, Oct 15, 2016

END
Sun, Oct 16, 2016

VENUE
Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

ADDRESS
Harvard Kennedy School
Cambridge, MA

Student Event

Pakathon Boston is partnering with SAI, the Harvard Pakistan Student’s Group, and the HKS Pakistan Caucus this year to organize its annual ‘hackathon.’

Teams will work to create a solution for a social issue in Pakistan and work on a business plan to implement this solution. They’ve put together an amazing program; anyone who is passionate about using technology and business to address problems in developing countries should definitely attend.

More details and registration is here: pakhackathon2016.eventbrite.com

For those interesting in returning to Pakistan and starting their own ventures this is a no brainer (Pakathon has a wide network of investors and incubators as well as their own official Returner’s Program ) but even for others this would be a great networking and skill building opportunity – students and professionals from all over New England are coming, so this will be a great chance to meet like-minded people you would not have crossed paths with otherwise.

Teams with Harvard affiliates will also get a chance to compete in Harvard South Asia Institute’s Seed for Change: Pakistan competition ($7,500 prize) in May 2017!