Wednesday, May 8th Experiences in Peace building with the UN, Donor Governments, and NGOs. Presented by Cheyanne Sharbatke-Church
Wednesday April 10th - 7:00 pm "The Venezuelan crisis"Dr. Pablo Policzer and Dr. Maria Christina Parra will discuss the background to the Venezuela crisis, and speculate about its possible outcomes. Dr. Pablo Policzer is the Director of the Latin American Research Centre and an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Calgary, where […]
Wednesday, March 13th - 7:00 pm Movie: “The World is my Country”, followed by facilitated discussion This lively movie tells the amazing story of Gary Davis and his controversial efforts to further the cause of world citizenship. Could such efforts provide a roadmap to a better future? Our educational meetings are held on the evening […]
Wednesday February 13th - 7:00 pm Troy Patenaude, “Contemporary Indigenous Relations” Troy Patenaude is Manager for Visitor Experiences and Indigenous Relations at Fort Calgary. He is a cultural historian of Metis heritage who seeks to make Canada a more just and resilient place through land-based education, intercultural sharing, and the arts. All meetings are in the conference […]
JANUARY 9 Don Smith, “Good Politics, Bad History” Don Smith, who taught Canadian history at the University of Calgary from 1974 until 2009, will review suggestions of name replacements for existing Canadian institutions, public buildings, and places. He will make specific reference to John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister; Hector Langevin, Macdonald’s Quebec lieutenant […]
Supporting social justice, fair trade and the environment, the 1st Annual Peace Village offers a number of excellent documentaries from some of the finest filmmakers, as well as unique items from vendors for peace, social justice and the environment. Admission is free! Location: River Park Church, 14A Street S.W., Calgary Time: November 16th-18th Friday, November […]
The Consul General of South Korea in Vancouver will speak on the nuclear weapons program in the North and peace issues facing the peninsula.