Bombing Away Hope?
How militarism and military spending in Canada is blocking a green, peaceful & just transition
Friday, February 22
91A Fourth Avenue, Ottawa
Public Lecture by Tamara Lorincz, PhD candidate, Balsillie School of International Affairs & Member of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace and the No to NATO 2019 Campaign
A public discussion on:
- The dangerous climate and environmental impacts of the Canadian military
- The troubling rise of federal spending on National Defence & Canada’s new defence policy and defence investment plan
- Canada’s membership in NATO
- The idea of conversion for green jobs
Followed by a Q&A about what can we do to change course for peace & sustainability.
Organized by Pacifi Ottawa
And supported by Peace and Social Concerns (Quakers), Ottawa Raging Grannies,
NowarPaix Ottawa, and the Canadian
Voice of Women for Peace.
More information: https://vowpeace.org
Free. All Welcome.
NO TO NATO - STOP CANSEC
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