By Science for Peace
Prof. Len Findlay of the University of Saskatchewan is the speaker
John Polanyi is a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto. His research is on the molecular motions in chemical reactions in gases and at surfaces.
Sylvain Saluseke is a member of Lucha, an informal network of nonviolent activitists operating in DRC. He is a businessman and activist, and was held by Congolese security forces for over a month in 2015 for his work with the movement.
Tamara Lorincz (Balsille School) is the guest speaker
Returning from recent trips to the region, Toronto Star political columnist Martin Regg Cohn reconnects to the Middle East bureau he left behind as a foreign correspondent, when the peace process held out hope.
Science is under attack. We face nuclear, environmental and other perils. What can you do? Voting is not enough. Technology will not save you. Collective civic action is necessary. Learn what\'s being done, and what can be done.
Steven Pinker claims to detect and explain long term trends towards a more peaceful world. Jeff Noonan, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Windsor is the guest speaker.
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