UQAM

Suivre les négociations dans les Amériques, étudier les formes nouvelles que prend
l’intégration, servir de carrefour de recherche et participer au débat public.

Publications

Institut d’études internationales de Montréal (IEIM)Association canadienne pour les Nations Unies du Grand Montréal (ACNU-Grand Montréal)

SDG #16 on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions : How INGOs and NGOs contribute to the reinforcement of democratic governance

Jeudi 24 octobre 2019 de 18h à 20h, Université Concordia, The Bronfman Building (1590, Av. Doctor-Penfield)

UN Season Fall 2019 - SDG #16 on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions : How INGOs and NGOs contribute to the reinforcement of democratic governance

In commemoration of UN Day, the United Nations Association of Canada (UNAC) of Greater Montreal, in partnership with the City of Montreal, the Montreal Institute of International Studies (IEIM-University of Quebec in Montreal) and the International Political Science Association (IPSA-Concordia University), is proud co-organise an activity on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs), and more specifically on SDG #16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.

Inscription gratuite et obligatoire

Programme

5:45 pm Doors open

6:00 pm Welcome remarks by MC, Kim Fontaine-Skronski, Executive Director, IPSA

6:05 pm Word of introduction by Marcello Scarone, President UNAC Greater Montreal : The role of SDG #16 for civil rights and in the reinforcement of democratic governance and institutions

6:15 pm Professor Elizabeth Bloodgood, chair, Political Science Department, Concordia University : SDG #16 and the governance of INGOs

6:30 pm Benjamin Etienne, World Congress and Events Assistant, IPSA, and a former Active Citizen Participant : UNAC’s Active Citizen Program, a Youth-led social change program for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

6:45 pm Henri-Paul Normandin, Director, Office of International Relations, City of Montreal, and former Canadian Ambassador to Haiti (to be confirmed) : The City’s SDG Action Plan to reinforce democratic governance

7:00 pm Panel discussion moderated by Christopher Bourne, professor at Dawson College and administrator in the Board of UNAC-Greater Montreal

7:30 pm Question period

7:45 pm Closing remarks by Kim Fontaine-Skronski, Executive Director, IPSA

7:50 pm Networking cocktail

Lieu :

The International Political Science Association Headquarters
The Bronfman Building, Concordia University
1590, Doctor-Penfield Ave., Montreal
Metro Guy-Concordia