Sorry, your browser cannot display frames!
click image to enlarge
From the Montreal Massacre to the Incel Movement: Exploring the current gender-based threat of violence
In honour of the women who died 30 years ago at the Ecole Polytechnique, and to raise awareness of a possible threat of mass violence against women, we are hosting a panel discussion focusing on the “Involuntary Celebate” or “Incel" movement. The deadly Toronto Van attack recently brought this phenomenon to the forefront. What is this movement? Who is involved? And what can we do to prevent this new form of hate crime and promote healthy communities?
When:Friday, December 6, 2019 from 9am to 11:30 amCoffee and information tables at 9 am, program starts at 9:30 am
Where:Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe DriveThe Chamber
Panelists:Marie-Hélène Rivest, Social Worker, Équipe Clinique PolarisationStephanie Carvin, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, Carleton UniversityDillon Black, Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against WomenAbid Jan, United For All, United Way East Ontario
Chair:Julianne Dunbar, CPO Board Member and Senior General Counsel and Director General of the Military Police Complaints Commission
Panelists’ remarks will be in English only. Questions will be encouraged in both official languages.
Register online here
Follow us on our pages!
Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn Pinterest