Upcoming Conference on Gender and Migration

For all interested in critical thinking about migration and all who love justice, FCJ Refugee Centre is holding a day-long event next Thursday September 28th.

Thursday, September 28th, 2006 (from 9 am to 9 pm) at The Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto (10 Trinity Square, behind the Eaton Centre)

The afternoon features two breakout sessions, Dreaming and Strategizing, aimed at developing our images of a just system, and planning collective actions to bring them closer to reality.

Facilitators and Commentators include Maureen Silcoff, Kemi Jacobs Francisco Rico-Martinez, Alejandra Priego, and Sister Lois-Anne Bordowitz.

The event also plays host to performance art by Julie Lassonde, a stunning performance art installation by Amanta Scott, and in the evening, Tiempos Nuevos Teatro from El Salvador will entertain participants with their award-winning play "Once Upon a Time a King".

To register - and for details - visit: http://www.fcjsisters.ca/refugeecentre
or send an email to fcjrefugeecentre@on.aibn.com

Admission on a sliding scale: *$20 general, *$10 un/underwaged, *$0 refugees and non-status people (cheques only for advance registration; cash at the door)


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