Garden Conversation with Kris Gutierrez, Fourth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA
Welcome Reception, Fourth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA
Fifth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Institute of Ethnic Administrators, Beijing, China

Twelfth International Conference On Diversity

  • 11–13 June 2012
  • University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada

At a Glance...

3

Days of paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters, and colloquia.

420+

Delegates from all over the world who attended the Twelfth International Conference On Diversity.

40

Countries represented.

Plenary Speakers

The Twelfth International Conference On Diversity featured plenary sessions by some of the world’s leading thinkers and innovators in the field.

Jock Collins

Jock Collins

Professor, Social Economics in the Management Discipline Group, UTS Business School, Australia; Co-Director, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

“Contemporary Immigration Developments and Dilemmas for Australia, Canada and Western Nations”

Sneja Gunew

Sneja Gunew

Professor, English and Women’s Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada

“What Can Multiculturalism Offer in a Postnationalist Globalized Era?”

Joy Johnson

Joy Johnson

Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Canada; Scientific Director, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health

“Physical Bodies in Social Worlds: Sex, Gender and Other Dimensions of Diversity”

Hon. Nicholas Kotsiras MP

Hon. Nicholas Kotsiras MP

Minister, Multicultural Affairs & Citizenship, Victorian Government, Australia; Chair, Ministerial Advisory Council for a Multilingual & Multicultural Victoria, Australia

“Multiculturalism, Identity and Citizenship: Ingredients for a Strong, Unified and Vibrant Society”

Jack Levin

Jack Levin

Professor, Sociology and Criminology, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusettes, USA

“Violence Against People With Disabilities; The Invisible Hate Crime”

Margo Tamez

Margo Tamez

Assistant Professor, Faculties of Indigenous Studies and Gender & Women’s Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada; Co-Founder, Lipan Apache Women Defense and the Emilio Institute for Indigenous Human Rights, Texas-Mexico border, North America

“Place, Conscience and Indigeneity: Decolonizing and Recovering NDE Knowledge in a US Militarized Zone”