"How Will the Economic Crisis Impact Workers Rights?" - Panel Discussion with Michael Parenti, David McNally, and Marco Luciano

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 - 22:00 to Thursday, May 7, 2009 - 00:00

OPIRG-York and OPIRG-Toronto are pleased to present:

Panel Discussion:

How will the current economic crisis impact workers rights?
with Michael Parenti, David McNally & Marco Luciano

Moderated by Omme-Salma Rahemtullah

Michael Parenti is an internationally known award-winning author and
lecturer. He is a leading progressive political analyst. His highly
informative and entertaining books and talks have reached a wide range
of audiences in North America and abroad.

David McNally is a professor of Political Science at York University and
a founding member of the New Socialist Group. He is the author of a
number of books, including Another World is Possible: Globalization and
Anti-Capitalism.

Marco Luciano is the coordinator for Migrante Ontario, an alliance of
Filipino migrant organization in Ontario. The organization advocates for
the rights of migrants and their families. Marco is also a community and
labour activist and currently a staff of CUPE Local 1281.

Room 135: Vanier College, York University
4700 Keele Street
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 46' 26.4396" N, 79° 29' 37.626" W
Ontario CA
Sharmeen Khan

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