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Professors Without Borders and LSE IDEAS Partnership Launch

Hosted by the LSE IDEAS

Floor 8, New Academic Building, LSE, United Kingdom

Tessy de Nassau, HRH Princess of Luxembourg, and Dr Caroline Varin, LSE alumna, invite you to launch the partnership of LSE IDEAS with Professors Without Borders. Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

Inspired by the LSE Summer Schools, Professors Without Borders (Prowibo) is a social enterprise that recruits and funds academics to teach courses to university students in emerging markets. With the support of LSE IDEAS and the LSE academic community, they aim to expand their recruitment, partnerships and presence around the world.

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