Activism is a serious business when we contemplate the future. But it is not the whole story. Anyone involved in campaigns will talk about the frustrations and difficulties, but also the rewards. They include camaraderie, a strong sense of purpose, the elation of nonviolent protests and demonstrations, and, to be frank, the parties. The pursuit of the politics of the possible is serious, but that’s not to say it can’t be fun.
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2017-18 Eric Fawcett Lecture: Ms Ray Acheson on the campaign which led to the UN nuclear ban treaty and a Nobel Peace Prize for ICAN.
Science for Peace presents our weekly series of free public lectures Wednesday evenings, throughout fall 2017 and winter 2018. Room 140, University College, 15 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto. (video)