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| January 26, 2014

Pablo Solon opens Montreal Conference on the environment: Cochabamba +1

Fresh from ongoing international climate negotiations in Bangkok, the Bolivian ambassador to the UN, Pablo Solon, will attend and speak at next week-end's Montreal Conference on Climate Justice. The conference titled Cochabamba +1 : Climate Justice and Ecological Alternatives will feature no fewer than 30 speakers and nine panels, spread over three days, starting on the evening of April 15th and ending at midday April 17th.



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PeaceFlicks! presents THE PEACEKEEPERS

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 - 7:00pm


National Film Board Mediatheque
150 John Street at Richmond St. W.
Toronto M5V 3C3
Phone: 416-973-3012
43° 38' 57.9264" N, 79° 23' 27.1716" W

The Peacekeepers


Winner, Vaclav Havel Special Award,
One World International Human Rights Film Festival, 2005

Directed by Paul Cowan, 2005, 85 minutes.

With unprecedented access to the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping, The Peacekeepers follows the determined and often desperate manoeuvres to avert another Rwandan disaster, this time in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Join us for a discussion with Rob Acheson, co-chair of the Toronto chapter of the Canadian Department of Peace Initiative, and Bodia Macharia, President of Friends of the Congo, following the film.

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