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2014 Community Dialogue Series
The Complexities of Multiculturalism, understanding Unity in Diversity, Extremism, Policing ; Individual Responsibilities and Collective Security.
Our new series starting November 28th with the Province Newspaper and the National Post, in partnership with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and SFU.
Venue: Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus, 13450 – 102 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Westminster Theatre, Podium 2 level,
Date: Friday, November 28, 2014
Time: Plan to be there by 6:00pm to 6:30pm. Forum starts at 7:00pm. Seating capacity is 200. Admission is free, and on a first-come-first-serve basis. Plan to be there early, as it’s shaping up to be a popular event.
Topic: The complexities of multiculturalism, citizens’ responsibilities, and community safety and security.More about this Event
2014 Laurier Dialogue Series:
The Comeback: Lecture and Panel Discussion by John Ralston Saul
Aboriginal peoples of Canada have been making a remarkable comeback from a terrifyingly low point of population, legal respect, and stability.This is a comeback to a position of power, influence, and creativity in Canadian civilization. In his latest book, The Comeback, and in this lecture John Ralston Saul argues that historic moments are always uncomfortable.More about this Event
2014 Vancouver Human Rights Lecture:
Building a World on Empathy by Payam Akhavan PhD.
Payam Akhavan is Professor of International Law at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and Visiting Fellow at Oxford University, UK. He was previously a UN prosecutor at The Hague and also appeared in leading cases before the International Court of Justice and International Criminal Court.More about this Event
Laurier Dialogue Series
How Racist Are We? 2013 Community Dialoge SeriesThe Laurier Institution was very proud to present a panel presentation and discussion in partnership with the Province newspaper following its series called Racism in Paradise. The forum addressed: “How racist are we? And how do we move past it?” Ujjal Dosanjh moderated the panel to discuss the issues at a public forum. Read more:
Milton K. Wong LectureThe Milton K. Wong lecture and website promote dialogue and debate on topics related to multiculturalism, cultural diversity and pluralism. more.
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Vancouver Human Rights Lecture Series
Milton K. Wong Lecture Series
2014 Milton K. Wong Lecture Series by David Suzuki Date: May 14th, 2014 Time: 6:00 pm doors open, 7:00 pm lecture starts. Location: UBC Chan Center Presented by The Laurier Institution, UBC Continuing Studies and CBC Radio One Humans emerged in Africa 150,000 years ago when the plains were filled with animals in variety and abundance…Read More
In the 2013 Milton K. Wong Lecture, one of America’s leading political philosophers and public intellectuals revisits the case she made 20 years ago in her 1993 Massey Lectures, Democracy on Trial. In Democracy on Trial Revisited, Professor Jean Bethke Elshtain challenges us to “think of how we, in our public capacity as citizens, can…Read More