Robert McNulty, Director of Programs for the Center for Business Ethics, Discusses his Recent Visit to Afghanistan and Shares How Ordinary Americans Can Help the Struggling Nation on November 10
November 3, 2009
Robert McNulty, director of programs for the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley, discusses his recent visit to Afghanistan and shares his views on how ordinary Americans can help this nation struggling to emerge from more than three decades of war. Sponsored by the Jeanne and Dan Valente Center for Arts and Sciences, the free program will take place on Tuesday, November 10, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Adamian Commons.
McNulty traveled to Afghanistan in September 2009 and visited Kabul and towns to its north. On a mission to discover how we can all make a difference in the nation's quest for peace, he met with educators, scholars, former Taliban and Mujahedeen fighters, foreign aid workers, US Embassy officials, and Afghan government officials, including two District Governors and the nation's Minister of Transportation and Civil Aviation.
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