Supervisor: Prof. Stephanie Bangarth
Prof. Robert Wardhaugh, Department of History
Prof. Nina Reid-Maroney, Department of History, Huron University College
Prof. Erica Lawson, Undergraduate Chair – Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies
Prof. Michele Johnson, Associate Dean, Student – York University – Department of History
Chair: Prof. Michael Boffa, Department of Biochemistry
Please join us in supporting PhD Candidate, Nassisse Solomon, at her public lecture.
Date: July 28, 2021
Public Lecture: 10:00 AM, Remote via Zoom
Western University Event Calendar
Interrogating Power Structures in Aid and Multilateral Institutions
Thursday, 8 July 2021
12.00-17.30 (Irish Time)
Online, via Zoom
What does it mean to embody a lived approach to global solidarity and equal partnership in humanitarian action and advocacy? This workshop, organised by Dóchas and the School of History & Philosophy at NUI Galway, brings together leading voices from the worlds of professional humanitarianism, diplomacy, activism and academia in conversation on three key areas: human rights, multilateralism and the climate crisis. The workshop is funded by the Irish Research Council (New Foundations grant).
Confirmed speakers include:
- Hugo Slim (University of Oxford)
- Sonja Hyland (Political Director, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
- Bulelani Mfaco (MASI – Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland)
- Tara Rao (Our Ground Works)
- Nishanie Jayamaha (Programme Co-ordinator, Climate and Environment Change and Civil Society Space, International Council of Voluntary Agencies)
- Su-Ming Khoo (NUI Galway)
- Christopher O’Connell (Dublin City University)
- Margot Tudor (University of Exeter)
Maria Cullen – School of History & Philosophy, NUI Galway – firstname.lastname@example.org Vikki Walshe – Project Manager, Dóchas – email@example.com
On June 17, CFPI will be hosting “International Solidarity Now: A gathering for a more just Canadian foreign policy.”
This live event features presentations from Leap co-founder Avi Lewis, Halifax poet El Jones, and Toronto organizer John Clarke on the importance of international activism. The event will also feature short presentations from over a dozen organizations like MiningWatch Canada, Project Ploughshares, and Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, highlighting how they are helping to build a more just Canadian foreign policy.
Join us and hear from organizers across the country working towards a foreign policy based on peace and human rights.
Since Canada’s defeat in its bid for a seat on the UN Security Council there has been growth in critical foreign policy discussion & activism. But much more is still required. “International Solidarity Now!” is a gathering of antiwar, mining justice, and international solidarity organizations that aims to connect, strengthen and amplify our collective efforts. Join us and learn about Canada’s movement for a foreign policy based on peace & human rights.
Event is free and open to the public.
The CNHH is one of the many groups proudly participating in this event.
Follow this link to register or visit the foreignpolicy.ca website for more.