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May 2015

  • Wednesday, May 27th ASHA TORONTO Meeting

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    Wednesday, May 27, 20156:00PM - 8:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
    M5S 3K7
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    Description

    The Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs is pleased to announce the formation of Asha [“hope”] Toronto, an open-membership group that aims to share information on local relief and rebuilding efforts on Nepal, and to seek opportunities for collaboration with other groups in the GTA and elsewhere. Click the link below for the facebook page.

    The group will be meeting regularly at the Munk School of Global Affairs, and the meetings will feature a combination of organizing activity and critical discussion. This week’s meeting, on Wednesday, May 27 will feature 3 presentations, including one through skype from Kathmandu by Prashant Jha, Nepal-based journalist and author of the acclaimed 2014 Battles of the New Republic: A Contemporary History of Nepal (on the government response). Also speaking will be U of T doctoral candidate Anil Bhattarai (on resilient housing) and U of T postdoctoral fellow Deepak Pant (on resilient communities)

    Please see the agenda below. All welcome!

    ASHA TORONTO Meeting
    Date: Wednesday May 27
    Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
    Venue: 108N at Munk School, University of Toronto

    AGENDA
    1. Report on activities that have followed from the last meeting.

    2. Announcement of upcoming fundraising programs or events.
    A. Strategies for getting Big Dollars/Companies

    3. 6:30 pm: Skype talk by Prashant Jha on the Nepal government’s response. Talk will last 10 – 12 minutes.

    4. Talk by Anil Bhattarai on resilient housing. Talk will last 10 – 12 minutes.

    5. Talk by Deepak Pant on resilient communities, and the U of T’s 18-point guideline and its possible relevance to Nepal.

    6. 7:20 pm: Half hour discussion on the government’s response and planning for resilient housing and communities.

    7. A recap of any new activities and decisions that come out of the meeting.

    Please feel free to invite others, including academic colleagues with interest in Nepal and engineers who are thinking about rebuilding in Nepal.

    Contact

    Rachel Ostep
    416-946-8996


    Speakers

    Prashant Jha
    Nepal-based journalist and author

    Anil Bhattarai
    U of T doctoral candidate

    Deepak Pant
    U of T postdoctoral fellow


    Main Sponsor

    Asian Institute


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  • Wednesday, May 27th 4th Annual Toronto Korean Film Festival

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    Wednesday, May 27, 20156:00PM - 8:00PMInnis Town Hall
    2 Sussex Avenue
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    Description

    This year’s Feature Presentations will be exploring this year’s theme of ‘ggeun’, a Korean cultural concept that emphasizes one’s social position in relation to others. Opening on the evening of the 26th will be the North American premiere of Hong Sukjae’s commercial debut film ‘Socialphobia’, starring rising actors Byun Yohan and Lee Jooseung. Other screenings include the North American premiere of romantic Korean-Japanese narrative ‘A Midsummer’s Fantasia’; the International premiere of ‘The Island of Shadows’; and the Toronto premiere of ‘Han Gong-ju’ by Lee Su Jin, starring Chun Woohee. The festival will close on May 31 with ‘Revivre’, the 102nd film of the legendary filmmaker Im Kwon-Taek.

    Click the link below for more information and the full line-up.

    Contact

    Rachel Ostep
    416-946-8996

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for the Study of Korea

    Asian Institute


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  • Wednesday, May 27th Evergreen Tree Film Screening

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    Wednesday, May 27, 20156:30PM - 8:30AMInnis Town Hall
    2 Sussex Ave
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    Series

    4th Annual Toronto Korean Film Festival 2014

    Description

    Evergreen Tree (상록수)
    SHIN Sang-ok | Classics, Drama | 141 min | Korea 1961
    CANADIAN PREMIERE

    Korean language finds itself strangled under Japanese colonial rule during the 1930s. Lack of education and will to progress plagues those living in the more rural areas of the peninsula. A story about two lovers and a goal to promote education amid political suppression, ‘Evergreen Tree’ was directed by the legendary Shin Sang-ok and is based on the 1935 novel of the same name by prolific screenwriter Shim Hoon.

    *There will be a post-screening discussion and Q&A session with Janet Poole, author of the book ‘When The Future Disappears’ and Professor in the East Asian Studies Department at the Centre For The Study of Korea, University of Toronto

    For more information visit the website below.

    Contact

    Rachel Ostep
    416-946-8996


    Speakers

    Janet Poole
    Associate Professor, Centre for the Study of Korea at the Asian Institute, Department of East Asian Studies Affiliated Faculty


    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for the Study of Korea

    Asian Institute


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June 2015

  • Monday, June 1st The Outlook for Nuclear Order

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    Monday, June 1, 201510:00AM - 12:00PM3130 Sidney Smith Hall
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    Series

    Special Chair's Seminar Speaker

    Description

    Prior to joining the Carnegie Endowment, Levite was the principal deputy director general for policy at the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission from 2002 to 2007. He also served as the deputy national security adviser for defense policy and was head of the Bureau of International Security and Arms Control in the Israeli Ministry of Defense.

    Speakers

    Ariel E. Levite
    Speaker
    Senior Associate in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

    Janice Stein
    Chair
    Belzberg Professor of Conflict Management, Department of Political Science


    Sponsors

    Department of Political Science, University of Toronto


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  • Wednesday, June 3rd ASHA TORONTO Meeting

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    Wednesday, June 3, 20156:00PM - 8:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
    M5S 3K7
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    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Rachel Ostep
    416-946-8996

    Main Sponsor

    Asian Institute


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  • Wednesday, June 3rd A World out of Balance: Are the “Mercantilists” Germany and China undermining the Global Economy?

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    Wednesday, June 3, 20156:30PM - 8:00PMThe Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Global capital flows are out of kilter. Some countries persistently export more than they import and lend their earnings to other countries. The recipients run deficits, often over decades. As a result, China has become the United States’ biggest creditor, while Germany has achieved its biggest trade surplus ever in 2014 while neighbouring European economies are stalling. Across the political spectrum, observers see such imbalances as a root cause of the Global Financial Crisis and the problems of the Eurozone. Prominent commentators like Paul Krugman lay the blame at German “modern day mercantilists.” Many in the US Congress call China a “currency manipulator.” Are these creditor countries really at fault, or are the borrowing countries reckless and unwilling to reign in spending and debt? This public debate brings together leading political economists to shed light on the causes and consequences of fundamental imbalances in the global economy.

    Participants:


    William R. Clark is Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science at Texas A&M University and a research fellow at the Institute for the Study of Religion at Baylor University. His research focus is on comparative and international political economy with an emphasis on the politics of macroeconomic policy in open economy settings.


    Mark Copelovitch is an Associate Professor at the La Follette School of Public Affairs and Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin. He teaches international political economy, with a focus on global financial governance, exchange rates and monetary institutions, the effects of global capital flows on national economic policies, and theories of international cooperation.


    José Fernandez-Albertos is Senior Researcher (Científico Titular) at the Centre for Human and Social Sciences at the Spanish National Research Council. His research spans across the fields of comparative and international political economy and comparative politics, with a focus on the politics of austerity in Spain in the wake of the Eurocrisis.


    Jeffry Frieden is Professor of Government at Harvard University. He specializes in the politics of international monetary and financial relations. Frieden is the author of Currency Politics: The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy (2015); and (with Menzie Chinn) of Lost Decades: The Making of America’s Debt Crisis and the Long Recovery (2011).


    Mark Manger (Munk School of Global Affairs) is Associate Professor of Political Economy and Global Affairs at the Munk School and in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. His research focus in on comparative and international political economy with an emphasis on East Asia.

    This event is free to attend but pre-registration is required.


    Speakers

    William R. Clark
    Speaker
    Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science at Texas A&M University

    Mark Copelovitch
    Speaker
    Associate Professor at the La Follette School of Public Affairs and Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin

    José Fernandez-Albertos
    Speaker
    Senior Researcher (Científico Titular) at the Centre for Human and Social Sciences at the Spanish National Research Council

    Jeffry Frieden
    Speaker
    Professor of Government at Harvard University

    Mark Manger
    Speaker
    Associate Professor of Political Economy and Global Affairs at the Munk School and the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto

    Louis W. Pauly
    Chair
    Professor and Chair of Political Science, University of Toronto


    Sponsors

    Global Economic Policy Lab

    Munk School of Global Affairs


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  • Tuesday, June 9th 'A Time for Action - the Way Forward for Ukraine'

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    Tuesday, June 9, 201512:00PM - 2:00PMGeorge Ignatieff Theatre
    15 Devonshire Place
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    Sir Suma Chakrabarti has been President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) since 2012. Sir Suma has extensive experience in international development economics and policy-making, as well as in designing and implementing wider public service reform. Most recently he held the position of Permanent Secretary at the British Ministry of Justice and was its most senior civil servant. Prior to this, from 2002, he headed the UK’s Department for International Development (formerly the Overseas Development Administration (ODA) ) where he worked closely with economies undergoing substantial reform in eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and the Middle East and North Africa. Sir Suma is notable for playing a key role developing the UK’s successful Know-How Fund for Central and Eastern Europe and worked with the European Commission in improving its programmes in the Middle East and North Africa. Sir Suma also worked in the late 1990s in the UK Treasury, where he was responsible for UK public expenditure, and in the early 2000s in the Cabinet Office, where he led on cross-departmental strategic issues and subsequently the management of the Cabinet agenda. After studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford, Sir Suma took a Masters in Development Economics at the University of Sussex. He also holds honorary doctorates from the Universities of Sussex and East Anglia and the Bucharest University of Economic Sciences.

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8497


    Speakers

    Chrystia Freeland
    Chair
    Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre

    Sir Suma Chakrabarti
    Speaker
    President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies


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  • Wednesday, June 10th Metropolitan Water Governance in Toronto: Policy by Design or Default?

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    Wednesday, June 10, 20154:00PM - 5:30PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
    M5S 3K7
    416-946-8900
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    Description

    Urban research literature about environmental and public goods provision in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) has focused for a long time on the problems that have emerged as a result of fragmented metropolitan governance. However, the passing of the Clean Water Act (2006) created an institutional architecture of regional water governance that co-ordinates the management of water at the regional level, including the creation of a new source water protection authority that encompasses the Greater Toronto Area. This presentation will focus on the policy processes that revolve around the implementation of the CWA in the Toronto Source Protection Region and the setting up of the source water protection regional authority in the GTA. It outlines the practical and policy challenges of setting up the Source Water Protection Authority with the involvement and concurrence of municipal and non-municipal stakeholders.

    Bharat Punjabi has a Ph.D. in Geography from Western University in London, Ontario, and is the IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellow for 2014-15.

    Space is limited and registration is required.

    Contact

    Stella Kyriakakis
    416-946-8972


    Speakers

    Bharat Punjabi
    IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellow for 2014-15



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  • Wednesday, June 10th The Scientific Search for the Disappeared, International experiences

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    Wednesday, June 10, 20154:00PM - 6:00PMThe Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    The application of Forensic Sciences to the investigation of cases of political/ethnic/religious violence involving the disappearances and killings of persons began in Argentina in 1984, and since then the practice has spread to nearly 40 countries around the world, meeting with various degrees of success.
    After more than 30 years of such investigations in the Balkans, Latin America (mainly in Argentina, Guatemala, Colombia, Peru and Chile), Africa and Asia, the concrete practice has shown that these kinds of cases are quite different from the ordinary criminal and mass disasters investigations.
    There is a need to investigate these cases, and similarly those related to Migrants or Indigenous people targeted in different parts of the world, in a multidisciplinary way. Experience has shown the complexity of the process, where bodies usually are hidden, and that there is a lack of co-operation on the part of both the authorities and the perpetrators.
    This presentation will comment on concrete experiences from the field, leading with some of the issues mentioned above.

    Speaker: Dr. Luis Fondebrider heads the EAAF (Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team) http://eaaf.typepad.com/. The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense, EAAF) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, scientific organization that applies forensic sciences – mainly forensic anthropology and archaeology – to the investigation of human rights violations in Argentina and worldwide. EAAF was established in 1984 to investigate the cases of at least 9,000 disappeared people in Argentina under the military government that ruled from 1976-1983. Today, the team works in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe.

    Contact

    Nina Boric


    Speakers

    Dr. Luis Fondebrider
    Heads the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team


    Sponsors

    The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History

    The Globe and Mail


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  • Thursday, June 11th Canada-Korea Strategic Conference 2015

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    Thursday, June 11, 20159:00AM - 6:30PMThe Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    On Thursday, June 11th 2015 at the Munk School of Global Affairs, we will be hosting a one-day conference to critically examine various ways for strengthening bilateral relationship between Canada and South Korea, focusing on trade, defence, culture, education and immigration. We hope to bring together high-level political leaders, civil servants, business leaders, legal experts, academics, civil society representatives and interested students to generate a forum for candid and practical discussions as we look towards the future.
    The CKFTA entered into force on January 1, 2015. This landmark agreement constitutes Canada’s first free trade agreement in the Asia-Pacific region and provides new access for Canadian businesses and workers to the world’s 15th-largest economy and the fourth-largest in Asia. In fact, the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement is projected to create thousands of jobs for hardworking Canadians by boosting Canada’s economy by $1.7 billion and increase Canadian exports to South Korea by 32 percent. South Korea is not only a major economic player in its own right and a key market for Canada; it also serves as a gateway for Canadian businesses and workers into the dynamic Asia-Pacific region as a whole.
    Canada and Korea share an exceptionally rich history, dating back to the 1880s when the first wave of missionaries from the University of Toronto arrived on the shores of Busan. In addition to friendship forged on battlefields during the Korean War, immigration and trade between the two countries have flourished ever since. We believe that the new Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement will only accelerate partnership and cooperation between the two countries in the 21st century. As we contemplate future implications of the CKFTA, our conference aims to advance expert opinion on the future of Canadian-Korean relations and critically assess opportunities for strategic partnership in political, military and cultural spheres.
    Please join us for a day of engaging and fruitful discussions on the future of Canadian-Korean partnership. We look forward to hearing your insightful ideas!

    Contact

    Tina Park

    Sponsors

    Massey College

    Munk School of Global Affairs

    Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History


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  • Friday, June 12th The Arctic and the Himalayas: New Models of Cooperation

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    Friday, June 12, 201510:30AM - 12:00PMCouncil Chamber, 2nd Floor
    27 King’s College Circle
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    Description

    **PLEASE NOTE: all attendees for this event MUST be seated by 10:15 a.m. Latecomers may not be accommodated.**

    To register for this event, please send an e-mail to
    events.president@utoronto.ca or phone 416-946-0121.

    Please RSVP no later than Wednesday, June 10, 2015.

    The fifth President of the Republic of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson was born in Ísafjörður on 14 May 1943. His parents were Grímur Kristgeirsson and Svanhildur Ólafsdóttir Hjartar.

    Ólafur Ragnar matriculated from the Reykjavík Grammar School in 1962, took his BA degree in Economics and Political Science at the University of Manchester in 1965 and completed his Ph.D. in Political Science at the same university in 1970, becoming the first Icelander to earn a doctorate in this discipline.

    Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson was appointed a lecturer in Political Science at the University of Iceland in 1970 and created the foundations for the teaching of the subject, then a new addition to the syllabus of the university. In 1973 he was appointed the first Professor of Political Science at the same university and during the period 1970-1988 he built up the Political Science department. In most of his research he focused on the Icelandic governmental system, and on the smaller European democracies, participating with local and international experts in the field.

    Early in his career, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson began playing a role in public affairs in Iceland. For example, he directed radio and television programmes in the years 1966-1971 which were an innovation in mass media in Iceland and aroused a great deal of public attention. He was a member of the Young Progressives from 1966 to 1973 and was on the executive committee of the Progressive Party in the years 1971-1973. In 1974 Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson stood as a parliamentary candidate for the Liberal-Left Alliance, taking a seat in the Alþingi as a deputy member in 1974 and 1975.

    From 1978 to 1983, Ólafur Ragnar served in the Alþingi as the People’s Alliance member for Reykjavík, and as the same party’s member for Reykjanes from 1991 to 1996. He was chairman of the parliamentary group of the People’s Alliance from 1980 to 1983 and chairman of its executive committee from 1983 to 1987. He was editor of the newspaper Þjóðviljinn from 1983 to 1985, and was elected Leader of the People’s Alliance from 1987-1995. In the years 1988-1991 he was Minister of Finance in a government headed by Steingrímur Hermannsson.

    Ólafur Ragnar has been active in various other societies and organizations. He was a member of the Economic Council from 1966 to 1968, the Broadcasting Council from 1971 to 1975. He was Chairman of the Icelandic Social Science Association in 1975, and a member of the board of Landsvirkjun, the leading power company of Iceland, from 1983 to 1988, and a Vice-Chairman of the Icelandic Security Commission from 1979 to 1991.

    He was a member of the Parlamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe from 1981 to 1984 and again in 1995-1996, was a chairman of the preparatory committee for the Council of Europe conference ‘North-South: the Role of Europe’ in 1982-1984 and was Chairman and later President of the international organization Parliamentarians for Global Action from 1984 to 1990, serving on its council until 1996.

    Among many international awards he has received is the Indira Gandhi Peace Prize which he received on behalf of PGA. Ólafur Ragnar was a member of the committee of the Peace Initiative of Six Heads of State in the years 1984-1989, and was awarded honorary doctorates by the University of Ås (Norway) in 1997, the University of Manchester in 2001, by The State University of Ohio in 2009 and by Laval University (Québec) in 2015.

    Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson is the author of a large number of academic articles that have appeared in both Icelandic and overseas periodicals.

    Speakers

    Judy Goldring
    Chair
    Chair of the Governing Council

    Professor Stephen J. Toope
    Moderator
    Director, Munk School of Global Affairs

    Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
    Speaker
    President of Iceland



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January 2016

  • Thursday, January 28th – Friday, January 29th 9th Annual Conference

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    Thursday, January 28, 20169:00AM - 5:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
    M5S 3K7
    Friday, January 29, 20169:00AM - 5:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
    M5S 3K7
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