About Changemakers

Most of us wish we lived in a more just and equitable world, and many have given careful thought to what constructive change might look like. But those who both think about and then actively devote their lives to effecting meaningful and sustainable change in the interests of justice and equity are sadly few and far between.

Join Hart House Conversations for a series of fireside-style chats between Hart House Warden John Monahan and inspiring folks whose discontent with the status quo propels them to be the change they want to see in the world.  The series is named after them: we call it “Changemakers.”

About the Event

Democracy is facing a host of challenges around the world. They include authoritarian leaders, a growing divide between haves and have-nots, and notably declining trust in public institutions. 

Even formerly indisputable facts are being disputed, and “Truth” has become a relative concept. At the same time, intergenerational social movements fighting for racial equality, climate justice and Indigenous rights are reshaping our understanding of what effective political action looks like.

Is Canada somehow immune from these phenomena? Changemaker Sabreena Delhon thinks not. That is why she and her colleagues are working so hard to make Canadian democracy stronger, more resilient and more engaging for everyone. Join us for this essential conversation about what it means to live and thrive in Canada today.



The Samara Centre for Democracy


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  • Date: Thu, Jan 20, 2022
  • Time & Duration: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (EST) (1h)
  • Cost:
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  • Venue: Virtual - Zoom
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