Judy Rebick is the guest speaker at the year's Woodrow Lloyd Lecture on January 21st at the University of Regina.
As we are facing unprecedented global economic and environmental crises seemingly unsolvable by the world’s leaders, movements around the world are developing new approaches to political and social change that offer new hope for humanity.
Globalization and mass communication technology are revolutionizing our understanding of power and producing profound new ideas about social and political life. Using examples from around the world and Canada, Judy Rebick will talk about new approaches that can create a better world out of these combined crises.
Judy Rebick is Social Justice Expert and Activist , CAW Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy, Ryerson University.