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More readings and performances from the Sept 21st ‘100 Thousand Poets for Change

Broadcasted on Friday, October 18th, from 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from the September 21st ‘100 Thousand Poets for Change – Kingston’ event, you’ll hear readings by Anne Graham, Nathalie Sorensen, Natanya Levine, Judith Popiel, and Raven Adamson. In  the second hour from again the September 21st […]

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Ep. 1: Here and Now Launch

Local news, local conversations. The community response to the racist and homophobic attack in Chown Hall of Residence Labour News Strike by the Commissionaires at Canadian Forces Base, their demands and employer’s response Strike by the cleaning workers in Petawawa CFB Education workers’ strike narrowly avoided Climate News Extinction Rebellion (XR), local extension of a […]

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Erin Gallagher-Cohoon, PhD student in History.

Topic: Canadian history of gay and lesbian/queer parenting. Overview: My research looks at gay parenting from the 1970’s to 2005, looking at custody cases in the 1970s where a parent’s, often a mothers, sexuality was raised as a potential reason for withholding custody and ending with the ways in which a symbolic child and the presumed childlessness […]

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Ep. 3. Beyond Canada – Queen Elizabeth Scholars: Collaborations that Span Continents and Open Doors

In this episode Claudia talks to 3 Queen Elizabeth Scholars about the collaborations and research they have conducted at Queen’s University. Nuworza Kugbey, Phidelia Doegah, and Ryenchindorj Erkhembayar unpack their different health projects and explain how working on their research in Canada influences the work and opportunities they have in their home countries (Ghana and […]

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The Growth and Development of Chinese NGOs Domestically and Abroad, and its Implications for International Development

Date: October 10, 2019Venue: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D214Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PMSpeaker:  Reza Hasmath, University of Alberta This talk looks at the strategies Chinese NGOs employ to survive and operate in an authoritarian institutional environment. What happens when Chinese NGOs that are born and socialized in such a domestic context, “go out” to other jurisdictions with similar or varying […]

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S3. Ep. 2 Margaret Moore and Gianluigi Bisleri

Margaret Moore Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and DiversityProfessor, Department of Political Studies and Department of Philosophy The People, the Land, and the Government Host: Barry Kaplan Synopsis: Dr. Margaret Moore is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity at Queen’s University, a Fellow of the Royal Society […]

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