Jonathan Kuttab’s Public Events in Saskatchewan September 21-23, 2016

Jonathan Kuttab will be in Canada September 21-29.  He will be one of the resource persons at the UNJPPI (United Network for Justice and Peace in Palestine/Israel AGM (Annual General Meeting) in Saskatoon.  While in Saskatoon he will also be giving some public lectures.  After the UNJPPI AGM, he will give public lectures in Toronto, Waterloo, and London.  In addition to the public lectures, he will be meeting with students and faculty in several law schools and various other church and community groups in these cities, including Windsor. We hope you will be able to attend one of these public lectures in a place near you.  Some of you are receiving this announcement in parts of Canada beyond Saskatchewan and Ontario–please forward this to your friends and colleagues in cities where Jonathan will be speaking.

You are invited to attend the following events:

Saskatoon–Wednesday, September 21 at 7:00pm
Lecture: “Israel/Palestine: Non-Violent Pathways to Peace”
(Neatby-Timlin Theatre (Arts 241) Sponsored by Humanities Research Unit, University of Sask.
Contactperson: Len Findlay; Tel: 306-966-2573

Saskatoon—Thursday, September 22 at 12:30-1:30pm (Chapel at 11:40am)
Discussion with Jonathan on ”Human Rights, Peace, Reconciliation”
St. Andrews College Chapel on University of Saskatchewan campus.
Contactperson: Lynn Caldwell

Saskatoon—Friday, September 23 at 7:00pm
Opening UNJPPI AGM Event
Film screening “On the Side of the Road” at Grace-Westminster UC
505-10th St East, Saskatoon
Followed by panel and Q and A: Filmmaker Lia Tarachansky, Lawyer Jonathan Kuttab, United Church of Canada Moderator Jordan Cantwell,  Professor Priscilla Settee
Contactperson: Debbie Hubbard


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