Talloires publishes a new edition of the Leaders in the Civic Engagement Movement Series

05/02/2014

This February, the Talloires Network publishes the fourth edition of the series on Leaders in the Civic Engagement Movement, co-edited by Lorlene Hoyt and Amy Newcomb Rowe.

The new edition of the Leaders in the Civic Engagement Movements Series focuses on Pakistan. It begins with a brief introduction to the country and one of its engaged universities, the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).  It also features interviews with LUMS Vice-Chancellor, Sohail Naqvi, co-founder and director of the Literaty Program at LUMS, Maryam Ahmed and Literaty student Hamza Ayub.

This publication of Talloires Network is co-edited by Lorlene Hoyt and Amy Newcomb Rowe.

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