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Confluence Dialogue - A Class of Freedoms

February 03, 2015

Confluence Dialogues Vol. IV


Putting Charlie Hebdo in Context: A reflection on limits, rights and agency

The events regarding the journal, Charlie Hebdo, brought several questions on our rights and freedoms. This dialogue is meant to be a space where we can begin to deconstruct the range of responses and concerns that the Charlie Hebdo events brought to the foreground. Join us for a guided dialogue on the philosophical, political, societal and cultural perspectives that influence our thoughts on Charlie Hebdo.

The Confluence Dialogues are a space to learn by communicating your ideas and to go beyond what you study in class. The dialogues challenge us to explore intriguing questions that delve deeper into issues that we study and hear about every day.

This event is a FREE event hosted by Confluence, the official journal of the International Studies Student Association. People from all faculties and backgrounds are invited.

PROGRAM: Tuesday, February 3rd 2015

5:30 - 7:15pm: The Confluence Dialogues Vol. IV at The Amp (the old BC electric building #50 - 425 Carrall St.)

7:30 pm: ISSA social at Kamei Royale (#211, 1030 W.Georgia St.)

Looking forward to see all of you there!

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