As European leaders met in Brussels Wednesday — minus outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron, who had returned to London — academics from Florida International University and David Prodger, British counsel general in Miami, took on some of the thorny issues raised by the so-called Brexit.
The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs hosted a teach-in on Britain, Brexit and the EU with FIU faculty experts and special guest, British Consul General of Miami, David Prodger, on the historic decision of the U.K. to leave the European Union. The panel of experts explored the factors that led to the divisive vote and its implications for Europe, the EU and the world.
The latest New Latino Voice online tracking poll conducted by FIU and Hispanic advertising company Adsmovil reports that security is the most important 2016 election issue among Latino voters, the first time this issue topped the survey since the poll launched in April. FIU professor Eduardo A. Gamarra, one of the poll’s co-authors, attributed this latest finding to the June 12 shooting in Orlando.
Program focusing on educational practice and philosophy on the island. The themes of literacy education, alternative learning models, teacher education, culturally relevant pedagogy, and civic engagement and social responsibility will be explored. For more information, please call (305) 348-2894.
Join the Labor Center and working women throughout the South for four days of training and networking. Participants will have the opportunity to attend various workshops and sessions on the latest economic, social and political trends affecting labor and women.
The Department of Modern Languages and the Cuban Research Institute have organized this meeting to examine the complex connections between culture and social praxis in Cuban and Cuban-American literature.
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