Liberal Internationalism, Then and Now: The Foreign Policy of Pierre Trudeau Conference
This fall marked the 100-year anniversary of the birth of Pierre Trudeau. To celebrate this milestone, the Public Policy department at Massey College is hosting a conference series exploring the life and career of Trudeau.
The Liberal Internationalism, Then and Now: The Foreign Policy of Pierre Trudeau conference will focus on Trudeau’s approach to foreign policy and the impacts this approach has had on Canada’s current policies.
Panel One: Liberal Internationalism: Is Pierre Trudeau’s World View Obsolete?
Chair: Jo-Ann Davis, Head, Toronto Chapter, Canadian International Council (CIC)
Panel Two: Dealing with the Superpowers
Chair: Mary Lou Finlay, Former Co-Host, Live It Up (1978-1981); Former Co-Host, As It Happens (1997-2005)
Keynote and Commentary on Development and International Justice
Chair: Margaret Biggs, Visiting Fellow, Foreign and Defence Policy, Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and Massey College
Panel Three: Security and International Institutional Architecture
Chair: Martha Durdin, President and CEO at Canadian Credit Union Association (CCUA); Former PMO
If you have any difficulty registering for the event, please contact Jesse Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Presented by: Massey College, The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and Canadian International Council (CIC)