FACTUAL FACTS ABOUT SWEDEN by Agneta Sandelin

March 23, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Honolulu Campus, Building 7, 1st floor - Library

Agneta Sandelin is a member of SWEA International, an organization that promotes education about the Swedish culture and language. She lives in Sweden and in Hawaiʻi -- going back forth. Agneta will offer her perspectives on how Sweden addresses world issues such as refugees, immigration, and fake news about terrorism, as well as humorous topics like how Switzerland and Sweden are actually not the same. There will be opportunities for questions. Join us for an engaging presentation, the finale to HonCC’s International Education Day in Scandinavia.


Event Sponsor
Library & International Education Committee, Honolulu Campus

More Information
Nadine, 845-9198, leongkur@hawaii.edu

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