We review key important historical events that led women of Iran to the “women, life, freedom” movement and how it is impacting similar movements in the region. Join in as we bring to light many of the untold stories that are a credit to human resiliency and vitality in the face of repression. Thanks to the work of Paivand; the Gender Studies Group; and the Department of Political Studies for partnering with us for this event.
The mission of the CIC is to promote an understanding of international affairs and Canada’s role in a changing world by providing Canadians with a non-partisan, nationwide forum for informed discussion, analysis and debate. Accordingly, the cornerstone of the CIC’s work is our events program. The CIC national office and our branches hold more than 150 events per year in cities across the country. In particular, our branch events give members an opportunity to directly engage with global issues that often intersect with local concerns. The CIC also supports events outside of Canada, often in partnership with other global think tanks, that can introduce Canadian perspectives to global audiences. CIC events take on many different forms, from academic lectures and panel discussions to town hall meetings and pub nights. Please consult our events calendar for a listing of CIC-organized and sponsored events.
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