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posted by agaroufalis in on sept. 28, 2011 - View profile


Activism and Research in Turbulent Times

Panel discussion on activism in and around Concordia.

Venue: Concordia University CSU Lounge
Address: 1455 De Maisonneuve W.
Cost: Free
Accessibility: wheel chair accessible

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 Activism and Research in Turbulent Times


The Lounge Speaker Series and QPIRG Concordia present:

Dr. Anna Kruzynski, Professor at the School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University

Lex Gill, CSU President

TBA, Member of the Community-University Research Exchange


The Lounge Speaker Series and QPIRG Concordia invite students, staff and the public to attend our second of many lunchtime speaking events and assemblies on political and economic issues. We are proud to be hosting a panel on activism and research with guests who are implicated in the Montreal community and at Concordia University.


When: Friday, October 7th from1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: 7th Floor CSU Lounge, Hall Building, Sir George Williams Campus (1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.)


Bring a lunch or grab some food at the People’s Potato. Come learn about and discuss the role research plays in activism, the current struggles in and around Montreal and how you could get involved. Make sure to stay for Q&A and assembly where you can join in on the discussion.


Next Event:

October 14 – Attack on Unions: A Warning from the Postal Workers.

Guests: Dave Bleakney – National Representative Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)


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