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Friday, January 18 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Boundless Citizenship in a Divided World - Citoyenneté sans limites dans un monde divisé LIMITED

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We live in an age of growing isolationism and distrust of global institutions. What can we do to build the connections we need to solve the unprecedented challenges the world faces, and create sustainable change? Join Prateek, our Director of Policy, Advocacy, and Community, and a panel of experts to dive deeper into the theme of Boundless Citizenship, and look the role that Canada can play in creating a better future in a divided world.

Nous vivons à une époque où s'aggravent l'isolement et la méfiance à l'égard des institutions internationales. Que pouvons-nous faire pour créer les liens nécessaires pour répondre aux défis sans précédents auxquels le monde fait face, et pour créer des changements durables?

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Prateek Awasthi

Director of Policy, Advocacy & Community, EWB
Prateek Awasthi leads EWB’s global efforts on policy and advocacy, and Canadian community. He has a decade of experience working at the United Nations promoting the human rights, development priorities and meaningful participation of young people in decision-making, managing a global... Read More →
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Yolanda Banks

Principal Advisor (Corporate Affairs), FinDev Canada
Yolanda Banks gère les pratiques associées aux relations avec les parties intéressées à FinDev Canada. Auparavant, elle travaillait à Exportation et développement Canada (EDC), la société mère de FinDev Canada, dans des rôles liés à la responsabilité sociale des entreprises... Read More →
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Eva Salinas

Managing Editor, OpenCanada.org
Eva Salinas is the managing editor of foreign affairs news site, OpenCanada.org and a journalism instructor at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario. She was previously the editor of The Santiago Times in Chile, where she was also a freelance correspondent for The Globe and Mail, The... Read More →
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Luke Savage

Luke Savage is a Toronto-based writer and journalist. His work on Canadian and American politics, populism, and democracy has appeared in Current Affairs, The Guardian, the New Statesman, the Literary Review of Canada, and others. He is also a Staff Writer at Jacobin Magazine.


Friday January 18, 2019 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Ballroom East - 4th Floor

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