Wed. Oct. 18: Dr. Pascal Lupien (Caribbean & Latin American Studies Guelph): "Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Development From Below?" Wed. Nov. 8: Dr. Sylvia Bawa (Sociology, York U.): "Ambivalent Development Subjects, Iron-Ladies and African Exceptionalism in Development Discourse."
Café Philosophique presents 2017 CBC Massey Lecturer Dr. Payam Akhavan, Professor of International Law at McGill University. Dr. Akhavan's talk, "In Search of a Better Tomorrow," addresses human rights struggles in the world today. Tues Oct 17 at 7 pm, Knox Presbyterian Church, 20 Quebec St., Guelph. In conversation with Prof.
Talk by Prof. Homa Hoodfar (Anthropology, Concordia University): "Politics, Sexuality and the Right to Critical Thinking: My Time in Evin Prison
Followed by a Q&A/discussion. Light lunch served.
Initiatives in Global Justice
Monique Deveaux, Director, IGJ