Non-Violent Solutions to the Middle East Impasse

Friday, November 20, 2009 - 00:30 to 03:00

Non-Violent Solutions to the Middle East Impasse

Rita Giacamen, Epidemiologist and Director of the Department of International Community Health at Birzeit University in the Palestinian Territories, will lecture on Non-Violent Solutions to the Middle East Impasse

You can find the room in the McMaster Health Sciences Centre on the fourth floor between the red and yellow elevators.

Sponsored by Independent Jewish Voices, McMaster Muslims for Peace and Justice
Endorsed by Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War


McMaster University Health Sciences Centre, Room 4E20
1200 Main Street West fourth floor between red and yellow elevators.
Hamilton , ON
43° 15' 28.7712" N, 79° 54' 50.6592" W
Ontario CA
Brendan Stone

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