Eric Fawcett Memorial Forum

In memory of Eric Fawcett, co-founder of Science for Peace together with Anatol Rapoport, we host a public forum every year on subjects important to civil society and with the Government of Canada. This forum includes presentation of papers by scholars, discussions, and an interface with government officials and policy makers.

You can link to an appreciation of Eric Fawcett here.

2016 Eric Fawcett Memorial Lecture: "Give Cyber Peace a Chance" with Paul Meyer

October 27, 2016 at University College, University of Toronto. Sponsors: Science for Peace and Canadian Pugwash Group (video)

2015 Canada as a Voice for Peace and Development? A Post-Election Conversation with Hon. Lloyd Axworthy

Saturday, 7 November 2015. With Hon. Lloyd Axworthy, former Minister of Foreign Affairs. (video)

2014 Responding to ISIS: The role of Canada and the International Community
The Eric Fawcett Forum Friday November 14, 2014. 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM Hart House , Debates...
2013 Gwynne Dyer - The Decline of War

Video from this event is now available on the Science for Peace youTube channel (2013 Eric Fawcett Lecture with Gwynne Dyer)

2012 Eric Fawcett Panel & Luncheon 2012

Saturday, 10 November 2012. With keynote address by Luis Moreno-Ocampo, first Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (2003-2012) Click here for video from the event

2010 Eric Fawcett Dinner and Forum: Transnational Security Challenges

Saturday November 13 and Sunday November 14 2010 at Armour Heights Officers’ Mess, Toronto

2008 Fresh Water Problems: Emerging Threats and Urgent Priorities

Eric Fawcett Memorial Forum. November 7, 2008

2006 Canadian Defence & Foreign Policy and Global Security

Eric Fawcett Memorial Forum: October 27, 2006. (audio)

2004 Development of Canadian Policy in the Shadow of U.S. Defence and Foreign Policy

Eric Fawcett Memorial Forum: April 17, 2004

2002 Intervention and Sovereignty

“The Responsibility to Protect: A Seminar on the Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty.” Eric Fawcett Memorial Forum: March 23, 2002