Wars, Refugees and Revolutions: Addressing the Fears and Fanaticism of our Age
CJPME is pleased to invite you to a lecture in Toronto, Saturday, Nov. 21 by author and academic Tariq Ramadan. Prof. Ramadan's talk is entitled, "Wars, Refugees and Revolutions: Addressing the Fears and Fanaticism of our Age." Join us, as Ramadan delivers a political talk which centers on the upheavals facing the Middle East and the West: e.g. the ongoing conflicts, the massive refugee movements, the shifting alliances, the East-West perceptions, etc.
Ramadan's address will be followed by a Q&A period.
This event is co-sponsored with the U. of Toronto Dept. of Near & Middle East Civilisations, and the U. of Toronto Institute of Islamic Studies
Students: $10 Advance / $15 At the door
Non-students: $15 Advance / $20 At the door
- November 21, 2015 at 7:30pm – 9:30pm
OISE Auditorium, Room G162, U of Toronto
252 Bloor St W
Toronto, ON M5S 1V6
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There will be NO ticket sales at the door.
Only those who have already bought advance tickets on-line can be admitted.
There is still availability for Prof. Ramadan's lecture taking place in OTTAWA the next day, Sunday, Nov. 22nd. Like in Toronto, the talk is entitled, "Refugees, Wars & Revolutions: Addressing the Fears and Fanaticism of our Age." More details on the OTTAWA event can be found here.
Alternatively, for those who may be interested, Prof. Ramadan will be giving a spiritually-oriented talk entitled, "Canadian Muslims: Nurturing Spiritual Resilience" earlier in the day on Saturday, Nov. 21st at the ISNA Islamic Centre of Canada. More details can be found here.