- 17 October 2017
- 10:15 - 18:30 BST (GMT+1)
Institution of Civil Engineers One Great George Street Westminster London London, SW1P 3AA United Kingdom
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- 00:00:11 - Sakthy Selvakumaran - Department of Engineering, Cambridge University
- 00:13:01 - Brian McSorley - Water and Sanitation Advisor, Oxfam Global Humanitarian Team
- 00:34:09 - Hayley Sharp - Head of Construction Delivery, Infrastructure and Projects Authority, HM Treasury and Cabinet Office
- 00:49:48 - First Q&A session with the above 3
- 01:20:36 - Katie Creswell-Maynard - Chief Executive, Engineers Without Borders UK
- 01:42:06 - Gareth Sharp - Recruitment Manager, Mott MacDonald
- 01:55:10 - Brittany Harris introduction slide - Civil Engineer, Buro Happold Engineering / Co-Founder at WASHable International
- 02:15:03 - Second Q&A session with the last 3
This free event will introduce graduates, academics, professional engineers, NGOs and funders to the opportunities and challenges of working in the international development sector.
Delegates will understand civil engineering demand in the developing world, learn how to meet the needs of international organisations and hear first hand experiences from the field.
The morning conference programme will be followed by a stimulating four hour afternoon workshop run by the Happold Foundation that will address some of the issues raised in the conference and explore how engineers can best offer support in the international development sector.
Spaces for the afternoon are strictly limited and must be booked separately to the main conference.
Please register your interest by sending your name and organization details to Ingrid Zanchetta at: [email protected] to request a place.
For more information please contact:
- e: [email protected]
- t: +44 (0)207 665 2228