The collective voice is powerful, but how do we ensure it includes all perspectives, especially when it comes to community health and environmental health? Join us for a captivating panel discussion that explores the challenges, opportunities and alternatives for building an inclusive movement.
About the Round Table:
Our round table will be moderated by Maguy Métellus and will bring together committed people and visionaries of social transformation:
Alexandra Pierre, President of the Ligue des droits et libertés
Isabelle Paillé, Health Coordinator at Quebec Native Women
Lourdenie Jean, Founder of L’environnement c’est intersectionnel
Naolo Charles, Founder of the Black Environmental Initiative (BE Initiative) and co-founder of the Canadian Coalition for Environmental and Climate Justice (CCECJ)
Sarah Dubuc, Independent researcher and political scientist
to address the following essential themes:
Right to health and a healthy environment: current and emerging issues in our communities
Power dynamics within activist circles and exchange of expertise
Enlightened mobilization practices and anti-oppressive alternatives
Who should participate?
This roundtable is aimed at all people wishing to participate in a caring and authentic conversation on community and environmental health issues and questions of inclusive mobilization.
Date and Place: Thursday, November 23, 2023, 4:15 p.m., at 7000, avenue du Parc, office 303B in Montreal or online on Zoom (link available after registration)
Register now to join this essential conversation.
Join the movement, make your voice heard!
*The conversation will take place in French, but there will be English simultaneous translation online.*
*Conversation made possible thanks to the support of the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation