[ensu] lecture, discussion, and breakfast

  • From: matt.niedzielski@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: ensu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 23:37:48 -0500

1) Sarah Hartley lecture on agriculture biotechnology policy responses and 
environmental risk

2) Spirit Matters: discussion on the Great Wisdom Traditions for the well-being 
of the Earth Community

3) A breakfast forum with Bruce Lourie of The Richard Ivey Foundation




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1)

** Friday, March 05, 2004, 10 am - 12 Noon, ROOM 108N Munk Centre **

The Lupina Foundation & Comparative Program on Health and Society at the
Munk Centre for International Studies in the University of Toronto present

"A Comparison of Policy Responses to Environmental Risk: The case of
agricultural biotechnology in Canada and the UK"

by Sarah Hartley (Lupina/OGS Doctoral Fellow; Dept. of Political Science,
UT)

Sarah is currently a senior doctoral student in the Department of Political
Science and The Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of
Toronto. She works and has taught in the field of
comparative politics and public policy with a focus on environmental risk.
She has presented her work at numerous national and international
conferences and is a recipient of numerous fellowships and awards.

Friday, 05 March 2004, 10 am - 12 Noon, Room 108N
Munk Centre for International Studies in the University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Pl., Toronto, ON.

Light Refreshments will be provided.  

If you are planning to attend, please e-mail cphs.munk@xxxxxxxxxxx or call
416 946-8891

For more information on the Comparative Program on Health and Society, its
fellowships, events, papers, and people, please see www.utoronto.ca/cphs or
contact the Program Coordinator below. 
-- 
Joshua D. Goldstein, PhD
Adjunct Professor, MAIR
Program Coordinator for Comparative Program on Health and Society
Munk Centre for International Studies
University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3K7
Tel.: 416 946-8891
Fax.: 416 946-8915
e-mail:
cphs.munk@xxxxxxxxxxx
e-mail:
joshua.goldstein@xxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.utoronto.ca/cphs
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2)
SPIRIT MATTERS: WISDOM TRADITIONS & THE "GREAT WORK" 

The Transformative Learning Centre at the Ontario Institute for Studies in
Education and co-sponsors Resurgence Magazine, Mpambo University (Africa) in
collaboration with United Nations University of Peace (Costa Rica), Paulo
Freire Institute (Brazil), Centre for Ecology and Spirituality, David Suzuki
Foundation, and Institute for Environmental Studies Present a Celebratory
Gathering:

SPIRIT MATTERS: WISDOM TRADITIONS & THE "GREAT WORK"

May 13th - 16th, 2004, Toronto, Ontario

Come discuss, explore and celebrate the core teachings and practices of
the Great Wisdom Traditions for the well-being of the Earth Community.

Featuring:
DAVID ABRAM, THOMAS BERRY, JOE COUTURE, LARRY DALOZ,
LAARA FITZNOR, MATTHEW FOX, URSULA FRANKLIN, JOHAN GALTUNG, bELL hOOKS,
SATISH KUMAR, MICHAEL LERNER, DIANE LONGBOAT,
OREN LYONS, JOHN MOHAWK, EDMUND O'SULLIVAN,
PRAMOD PARAJULI, VANDANA SHIVA, MARY EVELYN TUCKER,
PAULO WANGOOLA & MARION WOODMAN


With: Abelardo Brenes-Castro, Antonio Bezerra, Bonnie Burstow, Maliha
Chisti,George Dei, Stephen Dunn, Margrit Eichler, Laara Fitznor, Anne
Goodman, Lang Liu, Brian Milani, Angela Miles, Roxana Ng, Eimear O'Neill,
Howard Richards,Daniel Schugurensky, Suwanda Sugunasiri, Thomas Turay,
Genevieve Vaughan,Njoki Wan &eGary Warner..

TLC Honorary Concert: Belle Arte Singers and Simbiosis performed by Manual
Obregon Dialogue Workshops:  A range of Spiritual Wisdoms including First
Nations Indigenous, Celtic, Women's, Indigenous African, Buddhist, Hindu,
Islamic,Christian Creation-Centered, African American, Chinese, Pagan,
Jewish Renewal, agnostic and others.
For Details and Registration see website: www.tlcentre.org or contact Gayle
Grisdale-416-267-2185 at The Transformative Learning Centre (OISE/UT), 252
Bloor St. West,Toronto, ON, M5S 1V6
(See registration form on reverse side)
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3)
SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK PRESENTS:

A BREAKFAST FORUM WITH BRUCE LOURIE OF THE RICHARD IVEY FOUNDATION

Wednesday, February 25th 
Downtown Toronto YMCA Auditorium, 20 Grosvenor Street (just NW of College and 
Yonge)
Breakfast 7:30 AM, Presentation and Discussion 8:00 - 9:00 AM
$10 at the door

Bruce Lourie will discuss the goals, approach and funding priorities of the 
Richard Ivey Foundation and draw upon many years of grant making experience to 
speak about sector trends and strategic grant making in general. For more 
information on the event go to http://www.sustain.web.ca/Events/upcoming.htm#2

IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND, PLEASE PRE-REGISTER by providing your name and 
affiliation to Shehrina at info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
 

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