24sep(sep 24)9:00 am26(sep 26)11:00 pmToronto : Professor Nadia Setti and Student Union Activist Maryam Pougetoux to participate in 6 Degrees (from September 24th to September 26th, Toronto)9:00 am - 11:00 pm (26)
6 Degrees, an international conference supported by the Consulate General of France to Toronto and focusing on diversity, immigration and citizenship, will have intellectuals, researchers, artists and writers participate in
6 Degrees, an international conference supported by the Consulate General of France to Toronto and focusing on diversity, immigration and citizenship, will have intellectuals, researchers, artists and writers participate in panel discussions about the role played by the media in democracy and the link between language and power. Nadia Setti, a professor specialised in the writings of differences at the Centre d’études féminines et d’études de genre of Université Paris VIII, and Maryam Pougetoux, president of the French student union Union Nationale des Éudiants de France (UNEF) of Paris IV, are among the guests.
Nadia Setti will speak on Tuesday, September 25th, at 9.30 am at the Coffe House of the Art Gallery of Ontario, with Abdul-Rehman Malik, project manager for Radical Middle Way, Robert Johnson, the director of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Max FineDay, the director of the Canadian Roots Exchange, the novelist Monia Mazigh, the professor in Natives Studies at the University of Manitoba Niigaan Sinclair, and Pam Krause, the head of the Calgary Sexual Health Centre.
Maryam Pougetoux will participate in the “Citizenship Now” debate, on Wednesday, September 26th, from 9 am to 10.30 am at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Along with Yascha Mounk, executive director of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, and John A.Powell, director of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, she will speak about her commitments.
For more information: https://www.6degreesto.com/
24 (Monday) 9:00 am - 26 (Wednesday) 11:00 pm