Securing our political futures: Critical social work and social science conversations on xenophobic nationalisms
The Research & Ethics Committee of the School of Social Work at York University is organizing our 12th annual symposium on April 26. Azeezah Kanji, a legal academic who does critical anti-Islamophobia education and writes extensively about the counter-terrorism measures of Western governments will give the keynote address. There are five research panels representing multiple disciplines, a lunch hour exhibit of student research on environmental racism, ecocidal capitalism and global warming and, finally, a book launch of Chris Chapman and AJ Withers’ A violent history of benevolence. Please note registration is required for the event on Eventbrite.