Dinner, panel & discussion:
STANDING UP TO STATE INTIMIDATION AND CRIMINALIZATION
A campaign of community solidarity and non-collaboration with CSIS
Yavar Hameed, National security, immigration and racism
Tanie Hallé, CSIS as a tool of political repression
Adil Charkaoui, facing CSIS harassment and dirty tricks
The evening will also include: a discussion kicked off by Jaggi Singh on the importance of not collaborating with CSIS; the projection of several short films on CSIS; presentation and discussion of campaign plans; and the launch of a new "Know your rights" booklet about CSIS.
* Free, light dinner (with vegetarian & hallal options)
* Free child-care onsite (with games like pin the tail on the spy, find the secret evidence, etc.)
* Translation (whisper): english-french-spanish-arabic-punjabi-farsi-urdu
* Wheelchair accessible
Members of community organizations and individuals are warmly invited to participate in a community dinner and information and discussion event about how to protect our communities from harassment, intimidation and criminalization by Canada's aggressive spy agency, CSIS.
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