[Sust-mar] "Doest the World Need More Canada?" - Nov 16th Launch of the Dominion's Foreign Policy Issue
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"Does the World Need More Canada?"
Examining the mythology and the reality of Canadian Foreign Policy
Thursday, November 16th, 7:00-9:00 PM
Weldon Law Building, Rm 104, Dalhousie University
A snack and soup-laden launch of a special foreign policy issue of the
Dominion newspaper, "Canada's Grassroots Newspaper." For More Information:
This panel discussion (and dialogue) will examine who benefits from Canadian
Foreign Policy. It will feature discussion and analysis on Canada's role in
Haiti, Afghanistan, Israel-Palestine, as well as the media's role in framing
public perceptions of Canada's role overseas.
Free coffee, cookies, snacks and possibly soup.
Salam Nahzat is the founder of Afghanistan Development Watch and has
previously worked with international aid agenicies for Afghanistan based in
Ralph Nelson grew up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and is a member of Haiti
Stuart Neatby travelled to Haiti in March 2006 as an independent journalist.
He has written for a number of local publications and newspapers about
Canada's role in Haiti.
Magi Abdul-Masih is a professor of religious studies at Saint Mary's
University. She is also actively involved with Canadians, Arabs, and Jews
for a Just Peace, and with the Sabeel Centre, an ecumenical grassroots
centre for liberation theology based in Jerusalem.
Hillary Lindsay is a lead editor and contributor to the Dominion, "Canada's
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