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- ‘Geographies of Anti-Poverty Organizing in Toronto: A Case Study’
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- University of Brighton - Moulsecoomb Campus - Brighton
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‘Geographies of Anti-Poverty Organizing in Toronto: A Case Study’ with Doreen Fumia, Associate Professor from Ryerson University, Toronto
Tuesday 8th May, 12.30 - 13.30pm, Room 306, Watts Building, Moulsecoomb campus, University of Brighton
Toronto (Canada) is a city that boasts over 140 neighbourhoods that supposedly create unity through diversity. The city’s motto is “Diversity Our Strength.” Yet, as we know, there are privileged and underprivileged sides to diversity. Thus celebrating diversity necessitates an examination of how it occurs in people’s lives and the effects it has for a broad section of the population.
- University of Brighton - Moulsecoomb Campus
- Lewes Road
- East Sussex
Please see the event description for details on campus, building and room number.
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