In anticipation of the International Day of Education, Chief Minister Dr. David Moinina Sengeh is set to deliver a public lecture and conduct a workshop on Radical Inclusion at his alma mater, the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Chief minister Sengeh highlighted his return to Harvard for a lecture and a workshop on Radical Inclusion at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he serves as a Yidan Chen Global Fellow.

Expressing his anticipation for engaging discussions, Chief Minister Sengeh shared, “I’m back at my alma mater for a lecture and then teaching a workshop in Radical Inclusion at Harvard Graduate School of Education as a Yidan Chen Global Fellow. I look forward to some exchange with faculty and students.” Interested individuals can sign up for the event at

The scheduled events promise enriching insights into Chief Minister Sengeh’s expertise, particularly through a one-hour lecture and discussion focused on his book, “Radical Inclusion: Seven Steps to Help You Create a More Just Workplace, Home, and World.” The lecture, moderated by Fernando Reimers, is set to take place on January 24th, 2024, from 12:30-1:30 pm at Askwith Hall.

Furthermore, a five-hour workshop is scheduled for January 27th, 2024, from 8 am to 1 pm, offering students a unique opportunity to delve into Chief Minister Sengeh’s work on radical inclusion. Participants will not only gain valuable insights from his experiences but also receive advice on implementing these principles in their own endeavors.

This initiative reflects Chief Minister Sengeh’s commitment to fostering inclusivity and creating positive change in various spheres of life. The events at Harvard University aim to inspire and empower individuals to embrace radical inclusion, contributing to the development of just workplaces, homes, and a more equitable world.

As the announcement generates excitement among the academic community, the lecture and workshop are poised to be impactful, providing a platform for meaningful discussions and the exchange of ideas on the vital subject of Radical Inclusion.