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Durham College is proud of its alumni and their accomplishments. Join us as Durham College President Don Lovisa and Global Class Professor Lon Appleby speak with graduates both here in Canada and internationally as we speak about what they have been doing since their graduation! Participants: Judy Pal:...
How can mindfulness benefit us in our daily lives? What can we do to practice mindfulness? Join us with Jamie Meldrum, a wellness coach at Durham College, as we discuss his mindfulness practice and how we can make it accessible to everyone.
Join us in The Global Class as we discuss the REDress Project with the creator of the project, Jamie Black.
Join us as we talk to our partners at TU Dublin about opportunity for students to study abroad!
Join us as we discuss how to approach mediation in cases involving cannabis, as well as the legal impacts on mediation.
Join us as we discuss mediation and conflict with Marie-Jose van der Zande of the Ontario Community Mediation Coalition!
Here you will be able to find all of the recordings and live streams of the events happening during Social Justice Week 2020! Justice for Soli Class: Voices Against Stigma Everywhere (VASE) Class: This Changes Everything Q & A: Co-production Class: Harm Reduction Class: Families Impacted by Incarceration (FIBI)...
India is the world’s largest democracy and in the recent election, there were many issues writ large, including fake news and misinformation, violent videos on social media, the use of fact checking, and the impact of journalism on democracy. In brief, there were 900 million eligible voters and...
Overconsumption: Whose Responsibility is it?
Global Word of the Year: Xenophobia