Back to Navigation

Nesrine Malik | Munk Debates

June 3, 2021

Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik joins us on June 3 at 8pm ET for a Munk Dialogue that challenges conventional thinking underpinning the great debates animating democracies, from the myth of gender equality to political correctness to “damaging” identity politics. The live Munk Dialogues are available to anyone to watch. The archived versions are for Munk Members only. Membership is free. Click HERE to join.

ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR.

Add to Calendar

Add to calendar

BIG IDEAS. SMART CONVERSATION.

Nesrine Malik is a Guardian columnist and author of the new book We Need New Stories: The Myths that Subvert Freedom.

Munk Members can stream her Munk Dialogue that will challenge the conventional thinking underpinning the great debates animating democracies, from the myth of gender equality to political correctness to “damaging” identity politics, on June 3 at 8pm ET.

You can submit questions for Nesrine in advance by emailing us at [email protected].

Nesrine's Dialogue can be accessed as an on-demand video on this page starting June 4.

The on-demand video will be available to Munk Members only. Membership is free. Visit our Membership page here to explore our membership options and privileges. If you are already a member, log on using your membership credentials to view the Dialogue video.

To add this Dialogue to your calendar, click here.

Share:

The Guests

Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik is an award-winning British Sudanese columnist and features writer for The Guardian, and the author of We Need New Stories: The Myths that Subvert Freedom. She was born in Sudan and grew up in Kenya, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. She received her undergraduate education at the American University in Cairo and University of Khartoum, and her post graduate education at the University of London. She was named Society and Diversity Commentator of the Year at the 2017 Comment Awards.

Presenting Sponsors

Gluskin SheffOnex

Supporting Sponsors

Bond Brand LoyaltyTorys