Providence Latin American Film Festival at Bryant University
From September 26 to September 28, Bryant University will be a venue of the Providence Latin American Film Festival (PLAFF). PLAFF is the largest Latin film festival in New England featuring films from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. PLAFF is also one of the only competitive Latin film competitions in the United States. Below are the times and locations of showings on the Bryant University campus:
Wednesday September 25--Unistructure M33:
November 2018 Events
11/1/18 -Third Human Right Speaker Event - How to Deal with Hate, 3:30pm at Interfaith Center
11/1/18 - EXPLORE info session - explore all educational travel programs the Amica Center has to offer! 5-5:30pm in the Amica Center
11/1/18 - "The right to Vote is a Human Right" AIC forum, 6:30pm
11/2/18 - Muslim Prayer Service at the Interfaith Center @ 1:00pm
11/5/18 - "Where the land meets the Sea" : A conversation on the Intersection of Art and Environmental Sciene at Janikies Auditorium, 4-5pm
11/7/18 - Ethics Event "Artificial Intelligence"2:30pm or 7:00pm at the Bryant Mac
11/8/18 - Mental health Monologues , 7:00pm at the Interfaith Center
11/12/18 - Oxfam Banquet event ( free of charge) come learn about the differing effects of world hunger in one meal. Bello grand Hall at 5:30pm.
Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwlVURpW075BE731Zd7B6TSJmj5g0WjeqmV4vJsJXyxjmklA/viewform
11/15/18: “The Mask You Live In” Documentary Screening about the different stereotypes and struggles of masculinity around men and boys in America. Fisher Room 2C - 4:30pm.
UN Student Programs:
Gain Global Leadership Skills at the United Nations Association Leadership Summit (Scholarships Available)
It matters now more than ever that we make our voices heard to protect the vital work of the United Nations. With proposed bills in Congress aimed at either dramatically reducing US funding for the UN or withdrawing our country entirely from the global body, the UNA-USA community must come together and fight for what we know is right: Standing with refugees; demanding equality for women; protecting LGBT rights; combatting climate change; working for peace; and more. The United Nations Association of the USA will host its annual Leadership Summit at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC, from June 10-12. There you’ll meet with high-ranking U.S. Government and UN officials, learn from global experts, gain invaluable tools to bring back home for chapter sustainability, and urge Congress to stand with the UN. If you are looking for an opportunity to tell Congress how important the UN is to you, this is it!
* Applications for 2019 will be updated here as soon as they are available!*
Apply to be the U.S. Youth Observer to the UN
Do you have a passion for international affairs? Do you want to travel the country and the world to serve as a voice for young Americans? You just might be the next U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations.
This role is appointed annually by the U.S. Department of State and United Nations Association of the USA. For a one-year term, an American between the ages of 18-25 is selected to travel throughout the country and connect with thousands of other young Americans to find out the issues most important to them.
Qualified individuals are:
*Applications for 2019 are currently closed. For 2020 applications stay tuned, we will update when applications are open! *
You can find complete details on how to apply here.