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CLIMATE CHANGE Toronto (CCT) presents another free event in the Series -

Making a Difference. This time it's Psychology and Climate Change: About the Dilemma of Inaction.

Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 6:30 PM.

Council Chambers, North York Civic Centre.

All details and registration at


Betty Muir



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North York Physics Group





Spring Training: "Transforming Conflict, Transforming Me, Transforming the World "

"Transforming Conflict, Transforming Me, Transforming the World"  Spring Training


You are invited to participate in two weekends of experiential learning that you will not soon forget. With a riff on 'Me to We', participants will have profound opportunities to imagine what it means for each of us to be the change we want to see in the world.  This is training we can all do, regardless of where you are in life.  

When:    Two weekends in May:  4-6 and 25-27
Where:   1171 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto

Start for each Weekend:  
Friday,  7:00pm (with a finger-food dinner)

Saturday,  9:30am to 5:00pm

Sunday,  1:00 - 5:00pm  

Cost is $100 for each weekend, $150 for both. For sliding scale for low-income or accommodation, write: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Full info available



Lee McKenna is facilitator for the training.  Along with much mroe, she is .....

Trainer, teacher, writer, facilitator, musician, story-teller
Winner of the 2010 YMCA Peace Medallion
Over 20 years of experience working in conflict zones in Latin America (e.g., Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia), Asia (e.g., Mindanao, Panay, the Philippines; India, Thailand), and Africa and the Middle East (e.g., Iraq, Sudan)
Also: Association of Ontario Health Centres (last position: Manager, Policy & Government Relations), as an executive in a national denomination tasked with economic and social policy, human rights; aboriginal, gender, environmental justice; as a trainer, lecturer, writer in human rights, economic literacy, non-violence; third-party non-violent intervention in war zones.
PhD (candidate), University of Toronto
Her full bio is available here



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