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Solidarity in the Time of Social Distancing

Solidarity in the Time of Social Distancing:  The Effects of COVID-19 on Knowledge Creation, Exchange, and Dissemination

Date: December 10, 2020

Time: 12-2 PM (ET)

Recording of the event: https://youtu.be/UIxqEjXWUWc

On Human Rights Day, the Canadian Section of Scholars at Risk (SAR Canada) will host a virtual roundtable moderated by Professor Nandini Ramanujam of the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism at McGill University. Esteemed panelists will tackle the timely question of how to safeguard scholars, scholarship, and institutions of higher education in the midst of a pandemic.

Panelists:

  • Robert Quinn, Founding Executive Director, Scholars at Risk
  • Eva Egron-Polak, Former Secretary General, International Association of Universities
  • Nathalie Des Rosiers, Principal of Massey College, University of Toronto
  • Shuchi Karim, SAR Scholar, Western University
  • Stuart J. Murray, Canada Research Chair in Rhetoric & Ethics, Carleton University
  • Andrew M. Johnston, Associate Professor of History, Carleton University

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Version française:

La solidarité lors de la distanciation sociale : 

Les effets de la COVID-19 sur la création, l’échange et la diffusion des connaissances

Le 10 décembre

12h-14h (heure de l’Est)

À l’occasion de la Journée des droits de la personne, la section canadienne de Scholars at Risk (SAR Canada) accueillera une table ronde virtuelle animée par la professeure Nandini Ramanujam du Centre pour les droits de la personne et le pluralisme juridique de l’Université McGill. D’éminents panélistes aborderont la question d’actualité de la protection des chercheur.e.s, des études scolaires, et des établissements d’enseignement supérieur en pleine pandémie.

Panélistes:

  • Robert Quinn, Founding Executive Director, Scholars at Risk
  • Eva Egron-Polak, Former Secretary General, International Association of Universities
  • Nathalie Des Rosiers, Principal of Massey College, University of Toronto
  • Shuchi Karim, SAR Scholar, Western University
  • Stuart J. Murray, Canada Research Chair in Rhetoric & Ethics, Carleton University
  • Andrew M. Johnston, Associate Professor of History, Carleton University

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