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The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later: The Landmine Treaty, Human Security, and Canada in the Twenty-First Century

  • The Gardiner Museum 111 Queens Park Toronto, ON, M5S 2C7 Canada (map)

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Ottawa Process that culminated in the international treaty to ban anti-personnel landmines. The Graham Centre and its partners come together to mark this anniversary with participants in the Ottawa Process and the broader Human Security agenda, scholars of the Ottawa Process, current NGO activists, and students. The event is at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum, October 27-28, and features a keynote address by the Honourable Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Attendance is $125 for general admission, $75 for members of participating organizations, and $30 for students (with defrayed admission available on application). The Graham Centre is sponsoring this event in conjunction with the Canadian International Council, Canadian Landmine Foundation, Government of Canada, Handicap International, Mines Action Canada, Academic Council on the United Nations System, Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic, and Disarmament Studies, and Trinity College.