Winnipeg panel discussion Thursday on G20 civil liberties and global justice
Thursday August 19, 2010
Carol Shields Auditorium, Millennium Library, 2nd Floor
251 Donald St.
See map: Google Maps
Contact: Rob McGregor [email protected]
Join us for a panel discussion on issues pertaining to the recent G20 Summit in Toronto.
The panelists will be:
-David Camfield: Member of the editorial board of New Socialist webzine
-Joan Grace: Professor of Politics at U of W specializing in civil society and policy advocacy, state architecture and political engagement.
-Chris Powell: Professor of Sociology at U of M
-Dan Lett: Political Opinion columnist for the Winnipeg Free Press
-Robert Chernomas: Professor of Economics at U of M and board member of the Council of Canadians
After the panelists speak there will be an audience participation Q&A session.
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