Korean Traditional Pattern

Reimagining the Korean Peninsula: Global Forces, Social Change and Conflict Resolution

This year INDePth Conference 2014 will focus on another area pivotal to the Asia-Pacific region—the Korean peninsula. INDePth is proud to announce that Korea is the focus of its 2014 annual conference. Delegates will explore Korea through the theme “Reimagining the Korean Peninsula: Global Forces, Social Change and Conflict Resolution” by assessing both the agents of change in the two Koreas as well as interrogating … Continue reading Reimagining the Korean Peninsula: Global Forces, Social Change and Conflict Resolution

[CLOSED] Call for Executive Team 2014

All university students across different disciplines are eligible to apply! To apply for a position: E-mail: recruitment@indepthconference.com Attach a copy of your résumé/CV (maximum 2 pages) Attach a cover letter (maximum 1 page) Please specify in the subject line of the email: INDePth Application/(Position you are applying)/(Fill in your name) Each position number requires a separate application. For general inquiries or any specific questions related … Continue reading [CLOSED] Call for Executive Team 2014

Proudly Announcing the INDePth 2013 Keynote Speaker: David Mulroney

INDePth is proud to announce our keynote speaker for the 2013 China Conference, David Mulroney, the former Canadian Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China. This is a rare opportunity to meet one of our country’s most distinguished diplomat in the Asia-Pacific region, and also to listen to someone who has extensive, hands-on experience in the field of international politics. David Mulroney has been called one … Continue reading Proudly Announcing the INDePth 2013 Keynote Speaker: David Mulroney

INDePth Talks. China: In Pursuit of Balance and Harmony

INDePth Talk (Part I)

China: In Pursuit of Balance and Harmony You are invited to our first INDePth Talk! Time: November 30, 4:00-6:00 Place: Munk School of Global Affairs, Room 208N After 30 years of reforms, China’s economy has grown to become the world’s second largest. However, uneven development and social inequality pose serious challenges to the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party. On November 30, distinguished faculty from the … Continue reading INDePth Talk (Part I)

INDePth is Recruiting!

[Closed] INDePth is Recruiting!

Research and Development | Executive Associates Positions: 2 Time Commitment: 3 hours per week Responsibilities Assist VP and Program Director with variety of tasks such as confirming speakers and developing the Conference content Help manage email accounts and keep Dropbox folder organized Attend bi-weekly departmental meetings Attend monthly all member meetings Must be proficient with basic usage of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel etc.) Ideal candidates … Continue reading [Closed] INDePth is Recruiting!

Key Themes for China 2013

Key Themes and Workshop Topics for China Conference 2013

Faces of China 多面中國: The transformative power of development DAY 1 / Friday March 8th China’s unexpected economic boom of the past three decades has created the opportunity for changing social and environmental discourses in its society. Within China’s borders, shifting ideologies have facilitated not only new strategies of development but have altered its social and environmental landscapes to ultimately shift how  China is perceived worldwide. … Continue reading Key Themes and Workshop Topics for China Conference 2013

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A Message from Research and Development

What We Do The Research and Development department’s mandate is to bring critical, challenging and thought provoking content to INDePth participants through captivating speakers, inspiring workshops and meaningful debate. Our team has a crucial role in INDePth as it will help shape the student experience. Currently, our dedicated team is working on the key themes and workshop topics, as well as seeking out speakers and … Continue reading A Message from Research and Development

Indonesia Conference 2013 with Anupam Chaudhri

Indonesia Conference 2012 with Anupam Chaudhri

INDePth encouraged students to walk away with the notion that there is no grand theory to “solve” underdevelopment… Contrary to what John Kenneth Gailbraith once said, development is not the faithful imitation of the developed. It is not limited to a Western construct or to the idea that increased consumption is a vehicle for progress. Nor is it limited solely to strengthening the local economy … Continue reading Indonesia Conference 2012 with Anupam Chaudhri