Adaptation Building Resilience in the Global Climate Emergency Outline Pdf It is abundantly clear that the climate is changing with profound impacts on our environment, economy, society and our security. The main cause is human activity, primarily as a result of two centuries of greenhouse gas emissions from the production and consumption of fossil fuels. It… Read More »
The Hon. Douglas Roche, O.C. discusses his newly released book, Recovery: Peace Prospects in the Biden Era. This event was hosted by Group of 78, in collaboration with PeaceQuest Speakers: Welcoming remarks by Roy Culpeper, Chair, Group of 78 Moderation by Steve Staples, Chairperson, PeaceQuest Leadership and Education Initiative Presentation by Senator Douglas Roche (ret.), Canada’s former UN… Read More »
The Hon. Douglas Roche, O.C. will discuss his newly released book, Recovery: Peace Prospects in the Biden Era.
“As our world begins to recover, we will need the guidance of learned peacemakers. Recovery brings. Joe Biden and Douglas Roche together, providing critical insights for years to come.” -Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honourable Romeo Dallaire
“Extremely timely, thoughtful, deeply informed analysis of Joe Bidon the man and the president he may be.” -ElizabethMay M.P., former Leader, Green Party of Canada
“Brimming witJ1 political practically and generous humanity.” -Ernie Regehr, former Executive Director; Project Ploughshares
The crucial importance of shifting finance to address the climate crisis Featuring: Adam Scott This is the first part of the Two-part series of webinars co-hosted by the Climate Legacy and Group of 78; In partnership with SHIFT and the First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa. The crucial importance of shifting finance to address the climate crisis (webinar 1) November 24, 2020.… Read More »
Join a webinar on the need for Canada to sign the UN Nuclear Ban Treaty, featuring Liberal MP Hedy Fry, NDP MP Heather McPherson, Green Party MP Elizabeth May, Bloc Québécois MP Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe as well as Setsuko Thurlow, survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima who jointly accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
The Coalition for Equitable Land Acquisitions and Development in Africa (CELADA) invites you all to a virtual panel discussion moderated by Chris Huggins, University of Ottawa featuring:
Agnes Apusigah, Regentroopfen College, Ghana
Ama Appiah-Acheampong, Ghana Irrigation Development Agency, Ghana
Bayush Tsegaye, Freelance Consultant, Ethiopia Mamy Rakotondrainibe, Collective for the Defence of Madagasy Land-TANY, Madagascar
This webinar will attempt to pull back the analysis of the current crisis and delve into questions related to the legitimacy of the Lebanese state, the role of the Lebanese leaders throughout history, the current unprecedented levels of the leaders’ selfishness and ignorance, and the resulting outcomes. This analysis is crucial not only for understanding Lebanon’s trajectory but also for assessing potential future governance options for Lebanon.
Our 2020 Policy Forum, The Future of Peacekeeping in the Transition to a More Peaceful World: Why UN peace operations are critical and need to be expanded, videos are available for viewing. Given the impending American election and its potentially dramatic foreign policy implications, we are now planning our Conclusions and Recommendations webinar for early to mid-November. Please… Read More »