Bloc 3: Think Tank Sessions

Theme: Diversity and Economic Prosperity

Session: How can we Make Canada a More Welcoming Place?

Theme: Economics of Indigenous Inclusiveness

Session: Action Initiatives: Entrepreneurship, First Nations Law, and Economy of Affection

Theme: Geopolitics of Diversity

Session: More details to come

Theme: Defining Climate Justice

Session: Climate Justice for Ecosystems

Theme: Private Philanthropy, Civil Society and Inclusive Development

Session: Philanthropy and Sustainable Development

Theme: Global Trade and the Economics of Diversity

Session: Capacity Building for Diversity and Inclusion

Bloc 2: Think Tank Sessions

Theme: Diversity and Economic Prosperity

Session: Is Canadian Diversity a Myth or Reality?

Theme: Economics of Indigenous Inclusiveness

Session: Defining ‘Nation to Nation’ Relationships

Theme: Geopolitics of Diversity

Session: More details to come

Theme: Defining Climate Justice

Session: Just Solutions for Communities Threatened by Less Predictable Environments

Theme: Private Philanthropy, Civil Society and Inclusive Development

Session: Philanthropy and Social Innovation

Theme: Global Trade and the Economics of Diversity

Session: Local Trade and the Economics of Diversity

Bloc 1: Think Tank Sessions

Theme: Diversity and Economic Prosperity

Session: Can Canada Export the Idea of Pluralism?

Theme: Economics of Indigenous Inclusiveness

Session: First Nations Leadership and Governance

Theme: Geopolitics of Diversity

Session: More details to come

Theme: Defining Climate Justice

Session: Who Tells the Story About Climate Justice?

Theme: Private Philanthropy, Civil Society and Inclusive Development

Session: Philanthropy, Diversity & Inclusion

Theme: Global Trade and the Economics of Diversity

Session: Global Trade and Economic Growth: TPP, CETA, NAFTA and the Backlash Against Globalization; How to Address Trade Differently

Plenary Session: Inclusive Socio-Economic Progress

Keynote Speakers

DR KAMAL AL-SOLAYLEE, Associate Professor of Journalism
Ryerson University

DR BESSMA MOMANI, Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo and the Balsillie School of International Affairs and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation

Moderators

More details to come

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