Join veteran journalist and documentary filmmaker Larry Krotz for a fascinating discussion on the social and ethical implications of conducting humanitarian aid projects in Africa, from the Angolan civil war, to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, to AIDS research in Kenya.Over the past 15 years, Larry Krotz has travelled to a number of African countries, where he produced the documentary film, Searching for Hawa’s Secret, and wrote extensively for magazines and newspapers on scientific research and foreign aid projects "A very engaging read ... Whether you are a scientist, student intern, international aid worker or traveller, the book forces one to ask: Who benefits?"
– Winnipeg Free Press
Published by University of Manitoba Press
978-0-88755-707-1 • 232 pgs • Paper • $24.95
A Writers' Union of Canada and Canada Council for the Arts Event
Location(s)McMaster University MDCL 30201280 Main Street West Michael B. DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery Room 3020Hamilton, ON, L8S 4L8 Canada
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