Apartheid: from South Africa to Palestine


    opening panel at Study in Action…


    THURSDAY, APRIL 17th, 6:30pm
    De Sève Cinema
    1400 de Maisonneuve West
    Concordia University, Library Building
    (metro Guy-Concordia)

featuring presentations from…

* Salim Vally
“Apartheid: from South Africa to Palestine”
Salim Vally is a South African activist and a former regional executive member of the high school South African Student’s Movement (SASM). He is the chairperson of the Palestine Solidarity Committee and the Anti-War Coalition in South Africa and currently a visiting scholar at the School of Social Sciences at York University.

* Harsha Walia
“De-constructing Knowledge from an Activist Perspective”
Harsha Walia is involved in migrant justice organizing, feminist and anti-racist collectives, South Asian community organizing, indigenous solidarity, and anti-imperialist networks. She is also a writer and researcher with work appearing in numerous alternative and mainstream journals, magazines, and newspapers.

* Vivian Namaste
“Community Based Research; Principles and Practices of Knowledge for Change”
Vivian Namaste is acting principal of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University and from time to time teaches courses in Feminist Action Research.

co-organized by:
the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) & Tadamon! Montreal.

Second annual Study In Action Conference at Concordia University. This year’s overarching theme is Social sia whaleand Environmental Justice with suggested paper and presentation topics such as colonialism; capitalism and migration; sexuality; health and industrialization; gender; cultural imperialism; food justice; race, class and the environment; labour and work; art activism; bodies and culture; cities and social justice.

Tadamon! Montreal
tel: 514 664 1036
email: tadamon(at)resist.ca
web: http://www.tadamon.ca

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Comment by davinca — April 9th, 2008 @ 5:21 AM

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