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Diversity Lecture: María Alejandra Andrade

Newbold Diversity Centre Lecture Series

This semester our theme will be Leadership during and after the Pandemic.

We will look at what leadership is looking like, who is making a success of it and whether it might come from surprising places.

Here are the details for the April Diversity Lecture:

Title: "Global or local? To whom should we look now for leadership of the climate change debate?"

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 7:30 p.m. (London)

Lecturer: María Alejandra Andrade (Theology & Network Engagement Team Leader, Tearfund)

María Alejandra Andrade is Ecuadorian and has more than 15 years of experience accompanying Christian communities on issues related to faith, justice and development. In the most recent years, she has focused particularly on environmental justice, human mobility, gender, spirituality and decolonial theologies.

She is a Sociologist, Child Specialist and a Theologian, with university studies in France, the United Kingdom, Costa Rica and El Salvador.

Maria works in Tearfund as the Theology and Network Engagement Global Lead and serves as Board Member of Bible Societies Ecuador, the Evangelical Community of Interdisciplinary Studies (CETI) and Memoria Indigena.

She lives in Ecuador with her husband Frank and their two boys Jose and Mati, with whom she enjoys discovering God and life.


You can find out more and register here.


By registering for this event, you will be able to join in with the interactive Q&A following the lecture.


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