Free Speech on Campus: Expression or Oppression?


A National Conversation

Hart House invites you to join an interdisciplinary group of undergraduate students at The University of Toronto, Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, and the University of King’s College in Halifax for the Third Annual Inter-university Student Dialogue, a one-day, national dialogue for students from diverse disciplines, backgrounds and interests at three campuses coast-to-coast. The dialogue will be held under the auspices of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF-FCRR), Canada’s anti-racism Crown agency.


When:
Wed., Feb. 28, 2018, 12-2 pm EST (Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax)
Where: South Dining Room, Hart House
Cost: Free / Registration required / Lunch included

Registration: Please confirm your participation by emailing jenifer.newcombe@utoronto.ca by February 26. Space is limited.

All participating students will be offered an opportunity to submit original work – essays, poetry or research papers – to be considered for publication in a special anthology refereed by the CRRF’s editorial board.

Partner institutions for the 2018 dialogue include the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Simon Fraser University’s Morris Wosk Centre for Dialogue (Vancouver), The University of Toronto’s Hart House (Toronto), the University of King’s College and Edunova (Halifax).

This program is sponsored the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF-FCRR), Canada’s anti-racism Crown agency. It was established by an Act of Parliament in 1996 under the terms of the 1988 Japanese-Canadian Redress Agreement. Previous university partners were The University of British Columbia, The University of Ottawa, Université de Moncton, the University of Toronto, and Mount St. Vincent’s University (Halifax).


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