At the upcoming Bread & Brains lunch session, Jan Pronk will share his critical thoughts on the future of international development cooperation. His view is that development cooperation is now becoming increasingly more commercialized: public private partnerships are thriving, market relations define the course of the cooperation and close collaboration with non-profit institutions is declining.

The lunch discussion will take place on Thursday 19th of September at the Humanity House in The Hague from 12:30 to 13:30.
Admission: €10, including organic lunch and coffee/tea. Registration before 18th of September through: aanmelden@humanityhouse.org

For more information, see the websites of SID NL, Humanity House and the invitation flyer.

Bread & Brains is a lunch discussion series with prominent speakers from the Netherlands and abroad which look into various international and humanitarian issues. They are organized by SID NL and Humanity House.