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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Sat.May 5 - "Quebec City: What difference - a Global Nonviolent Peace Force?"
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From: Carl Stieren <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 02:14:21 -0400
Come to a round table on the subject:
"Quebec City: What difference would a Global Nonviolent Peace Force have made?"
2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 5, 2001
91A Fourth Avenue - Ottawa, ON
- could a third-party peace team have kept the few protesters who did so
from throwing bricks or worse?
- could such a neutral team have calmed the police to prevent or reduce
the use of tear gas?
- how could a third-party peace team have worked - what methods could
have been used?
* Peter Atack, in Quebec City on April 21; candidate for Ph.D. in Political
at Carleton University, one of organizers of the People's Parliament on FTAA
on April 1 and the events on April 2, active in New Democratic Party.
* Pam Fitzgerald, participant in People's Summit and protests at Quebec City
on April 20 and April 21, in peace and disarmament movement for 25 years,
representative of 1st Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa to Global Nonviolent
Peace Force - Canada.
* Sybil Grace, in Quebec City on April 21; Secretary, Global Nonviolent Peace
Force - Canada, in peace movement for many years.
* Carl Stieren, Chair, Global Nonviolent Peace Force - Canada, fomrer
President, Grindstone Co-operative, former Co-ordinator, Canadian Friends
Service Committee, in peace and disarmament movement for 36 years.
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2000
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Place: Ottawa Friends Meeting House
91A Fourth Avenue
Area: 1/2 block east of Bank Street, in the Glebe
PROGRAM - 2:00 p.m.
Round table on the subject "Quebec City: What difference would a Global
Nonviolent Peace Force have made?"
MEETING - 4:00 p.m.
1. Minutes of March 31 Meeting
2. Business arising
3. Introduction of new Co-ordinator, Genevieve Talbot
4. Report on new office and hours
5. Financial Report and discussion
6. Adoption of GNPF-Canada budget for the Year 2001
7. Status report on Intro training series in conflict resolution techniques
8. Status report on Second conference - Sybil Grace
9. Committees and volunteers
10. Other business
11. Next Meeting date (June 16, 2001)
Followed by POTLUCK !!
Hope to see you there!
- Carl Stieren
Chair, Global Nonviolent Peace Force - Canada
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Carl Stieren email@example.com Ottawa, Canada
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"The earth to be spann'd, connected by net-work...
The oceans to be cross'd, the distant brought near,
The lands to be welded together." (W. Whitman, d. 1892)
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