How Should Canada Respond to War and Terrorism?

Sunday December 9, 2001 1:00-5:30 P.M.

Medical Sciences Building, University of Toronto 1 King’s College Circle, College and University

Opening SessionWhy Is There A War In Afghanistan?Prof. John McMurtry, University of Guelph download audio · transcript

Workshops The UN & International Legal ResponsibilitiesSenator Lois Wilson, Professor Jutta Brunnée transcript Civil Liberties and the “Anti-Terrorism” Bill (C36)Rocco Galati, LLB. transcript Professor Martha Shaffer Refugee & Human Rights- the Humanitarian ResponseDr. Tommy Laulajainen, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Mid-East Dynamics & SolutionsProf. Atif Kubursi, McMaster University; Ali Mallah, Canadian Arab Federation: Kelly Gotlieb, Canadian Friends of Peace Now

Plenary Session Canada’s Role: What Ought It To Be & Who Decides?Prof. Leo Panitch, York University download audio How Should Canada Respond to War and TerrorismAileen Carroll MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs download audio · transcript How Should Canada Respond to War and TerrorismProf. Emeritus Ursula Franklin, University of Toronto download audio · transcript This war is illegal and immoral, and it won’t prevent terrorismProf. Michael Mandel, York University download audio · transcript

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