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Friday, May 30, 2008

Event Notice -- The People’s Republic of China: Foreign Policy Risks and Opportunities

The Canadian Coalition for Democracies (CCD) is hosting a one day symposium called “The People’s Republic of China: Foreign Policy Risks and Opportunities.”

Here are the details:

Tuesday, June 10, 2008
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Room 200, West Block, Parliament Hill

Admission: Free, but space is limited. Media welcome.
Lunch will be provided

To register, email [email protected] and provide you name and contact for verification at the security desk.

To view the full program, click here.

CCD is pleased to present the following speakers:

Clive Ansley, Lawyer, Human Rights Campaigner, and Past President, Canada China Business Council (Shanghai)

Honorable C. Richard D’Amato, Commissioner and former Chairman, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (http://www.uscc.gov)

John Fraser, Author, Journalist, and Academic, Principal at Massey College, University of Toronto and Chair, Canadian Journalism Foundation

Alastair Gordon, President, Canadian Coalition for Democracies

Cindy Gu, Publisher, Epoch Times

David Harris, President, Democracy House, Lawyer, and Specialist in Security and Terrorism

Honourable David Kilgour, former MP and Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific

Brian McAdam, former Diplomat; China Specialist

David Van Praagh, Author and Professor of Journalism, Carleton University

John Robson, Author, Columnist Ottawa Citizen, and Commentator, CFRA Radio

Sheng Xue, Chinese Democracy Activist

Dr. Shiyu Zhou, Global Internet Freedom Consortium; Professor, Rutgers University; Exec VP New Tang Dynasty TV 

For more information contact the Canadian Coalition for Democracies at (416) 963-8998 or [email protected].

Posted by Matthew Johnston on May 30, 2008 | Permalink


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