Symposium invitation

Please find the attached poster on a lecture by Prof. Tahir Kamran’s lecture on Sunday, August 18th, 2013, @ 2:00PM The topic of his talk is “ Sectarian Violence in Pakistan” to be held at Edmonton Public Library Library, Whitemud Crossing, 4211-106st. Please circulate this poster among your friends.

 

                    Society to Defy Enmity Encourage Peace

                      (South Asian Canadian Forum for Peace)

 

Presents a talk by Prof. Tahir Kamran on Sectarian Violence in Pakistan on Sunday, August 18th, 2013 at Edmonton Public Library Auditorium, Whitemud Crossing,4211-106st.

What can we do to help Pakistan become a tolerant nation?

How can we eliminate discrimination against –Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus and Shias in Pakistan?

 

About Prof. Tahir Kamran:

Professor of History at Cambridge, formerly Head of the Deptt of History at Government College University, Lahore, Punjab. He has written numerous articles on sectarianism, democracy and governance.

 

VANCOUVER – Sat, Aug 17 Strawberry Hill Library ,7399 – 122nd Street

Surrey, BC V3W 5J2 @ 1:30 – 4:30 PM

EDMONTON – Sunday, Aug 18 – @2:00PM , 4211 – 106 Street  T6J 6L7

TORONTO – Friday, Aug 23, MISSISSAUGA – Saturday, August 24

MONTREAL – Sunday, August 25

Organized by: Committee of Progressive Pakistani and Canadians and Society to Defy Enmity Encourage Peace ( DEEP) in Edmonton. Sponsored by: Progressive Writers Association (Canada); Pakistan Development Fund, For more info please call Dr. Waseem Haque at 780 722 1743.

 

Coffee and Snacks will be available after the symposium.”

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