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  • Tuesday, September 14th Women's Cinema of Indonesia: The Films of Kamila Andini

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    Tuesday, September 14, 202110:00AM - 11:00AMExternal Event, External Event
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    Description

    Kamila Andini is a mother and filmmaker based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her concern of social culture, gender equality and environmental issues fuels her passion to make films with a distinctive perspective of telling a story. In 2011, she released her debut feature film ‘The Mirror Never Lies’, which portrays the life of sea wanderer in Indonesian ocean. And in 2017, she released her second feature ‘The Seen and Unseen’; a cinematic universe of dualism based on Balinese philosophy Sekala Niskala. Both films had traveled through more than 50 film festivals around the world and received about 30 awards nationally and Internationally, including Grand Prix winner best feature film in Berlinale Generation kplus 2018. She also creates some short films to show her voice and vision in filmmaking. After ‘Following Diana’, ‘Memoria’, and ‘Sekar’, her last short film ‘Back home’, was part of an omnibus for Japan based production ‘Angel Sign’. Lately, she is also expanding her directing works into theatre. Her debut theatre work based on her second film; ‘The Seen and Unseen’ was performed at Esplanade Singapore 2018 and Asia Topa Melbourne 2019. And the latest one is a monologue, stage and virtual performance, ‘Nusa yang hilang’. Her third feature film, “Yuni,” an Indonesian, Singapore, French, Australian production, will have its world premiere in the Platform Competition of the Toronto International Film Festival. She is also working on her fourth feature; an intimate film, set in 1960’s, unfolding the right and wrong of a woman’s life. ‘Before, Now and Then’ (working title), is now in production stage.

    In solidarity with the CAUT censure of the University of Toronto (see censureuoft.ca), the event is hosted by the Toronto Film and Media Seminar and supported by the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies at the Asian Institute, University of Toronto. This event is organized in the spirit of commitments to anti-racism, gender, and religion equity.


    Speakers

    Kamila Andini
    Filmmaker


    Sponsors

    Toronto Film and Media Seminar

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for Southeast Asian Studies


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  • Thursday, September 16th "Lost and Fonds: Declassification of Government Documents in Canada"

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    Thursday, September 16, 20212:00PM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Former NATO archivist Paul Marsden recently published an article in the Literary Review of Canada that explored the state of the declassification of government documents in Canada, a topic of importance to historians and those concerned about transparency in the making of national security policy. Where do we go next? Marsden joins a group of academics, archivists, and policymakers in a Zoom discussion.


    Speakers

    Paul Marsden
    Former military archivist for Library and Archives Canada and NATO

    Isabel Campbell
    Department of National Defence

    Tim Sayle
    Director, International Relations Program, Trinity College

    Senator Peter Boehm
    Senate of Canada

    Ian Wilson
    Former National Archivist of Canada

    Thomas Juneau
    University of Ottawa

    Susan Colbourn
    Duke University

    Allison Knight
    Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada

    Daniel German
    Library and Archives Canada



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  • Friday, September 17th Virtual Launch of the Official Report of the 2021 Canada-United Kingdom Colloquium on Federalism, Devolution & COVID-19

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    Friday, September 17, 202112:00PM - 1:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Series

    Canada-United Kingdom Colloquium

    Description

    We are delighted to invite you to the virtual launch of the official report of the 2021 Canada-United Kingdom Colloquium on Federalism, Devolution & COVID-19, written by Ms. Laurie Stephens. The report is available for download on the registration page.

    Please join us at 12pm ET/5pm London Time on Sept 17th via Zoom for our panel discussion as we formally launch the report! There will be ample opportunities for an interactive Q/A with the audience as well, moderated by Prof. Peter Loewen, CUKC Co-Chair & Professor at the University of Toronto.

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    AGENDA

    Opening remarks from Prof Peter Loewen, CUKC Co-Chair

    Welcome remarks from Canadian High Commissioner to the UK, HE The Hon. Ralph E. Goodale, PC

    Welcome remarks from British High Commissioner to Canada, HE Susannah Goshko CMG

    Panel Discussion featuring:

    Senator Peter Harder,PC (Senate of Canada)
    Andrew Lewer MBE MP (Member of Parliament for Northampton South)
    Dr Mireille Paquet (Concordia University Research Chair on the Politics of Immigration)
    Prof Martin McKee CBE (Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
    Prof Peter Loewen, moderator (CUKC Co-Chair & Professor at the University of Toronto)

    Concluding remarks from Anthony Cary CMG, Chairman, Canada-UK Council

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    We will be emailing the Zoom link to you separately upon successful registration.

    Contact

    Tina Park


    Speakers

    HE The Hon. Ralph E. Goodale, PC
    Opening Remarks
    Canadian High Commissioner to the UK

    HE Susannah Goshko CMG
    Opening Remarks
    British High Commissioner to Canada

    Senator Peter Harder,PC
    Panelist
    Senate of Canada

    Andrew Lewer MBE MP
    Panelist
    Member of Parliament for Northampton South

    Dr Mireille Paquet
    Panelist
    Concordia University Research Chair on the Politics of Immigration

    Prof Martin McKee CBE
    Panelist
    Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

    Prof Peter Loewen
    Moderator
    CUKC Co-Chair

    Anthony Cary CMG
    Speaker
    Chairman, Canada-UK Council



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  • Tuesday, September 21st Asian Heritage Month Event at Toronto Public Library: Moon Festival: Embrace the Sound and Taste of Home

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    Tuesday, September 21, 20217:00PM - 9:00PMExternal Event, External Event
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    Description

    Opening remarks:
    Mr. Justin Poy, Honorary Patron, Asian Heritage Month-CFACI
    Mr. Gregory McCormick, Toronto Public Library

    Professor Chef Leo Chan will be in conversation with Councillor Sandra Yeung Racco. The talk is organized by The Asian Heritage Month Festival and the Toronto Public Library.

    Holidays and festivals are great events in the lives of people from every culture, beginning right from their childhood. Elements common to most traditional Chinese festivals are the desire for happiness and well-being, the protection of loved ones from misfortunes, the experience of oneness between humans and heaven, and most importantly, family reunion, the opportunity for rest and merriment.

    According to the lunar calendar, in the fall, it is usually clear and cool, and there are seldom wandering clouds in the sky. The moon is particularly bright at night. The full moon is a symbol of reunion. The Mid-Autumn Moon Festival is also called the Reunion Festival. It is closest to the North American Thanksgiving Day, and the concept of harvest after a long summer of hard work in the field.

    There have been a lot of fascinations about the moon. Countless poets, writers, musicians and artists have inspired numerous songs, stories and operas to celebrate this happy festival. The moon cakes and other traditional food as round as the full moon, symbolize the completeness and togetherness of the family. Bright and round lanterns are hung from ceiling and balconies.

    Leo and Sandra will share the stories, joy and traditions of the Moon Festival with the zoom audience. The talk embraces the sound and taste of home through this celebration.

    Co-sponsors: York Centre for Asian Research, York University; Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto; York University; Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong Kong Library, University of Toronto; Chinese Canadian Photography Society of Toronto; WE Artists’ Group; Social Services Network; Cambridge Food and Wine Society; Fête Chinoise

    Asian Heritage Month Festival is partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Asian Canadian Artists in Digital Age is funded by Canada Council for the Arts Digital Strategy Fund

    Co-Sponsors

    Asian Institute


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  • Tuesday, September 21st Security in East Asia in Light of the Growing Influence of China and Current Japan-China Relations

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    Tuesday, September 21, 20217:30PM - 9:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Prof. TAKAHARA Akio will deliver a lecture on his research on the security in East Asia in light of the growing influence of China and current Japan-China relations. Prof. Takahara will be joined by Prof. Stephen Nagy and Mr. Jonathan Berkshire Miller for discussions following the presentation. This webinar will be moderated by Ms. Deanna Horton.

    Speaker Bios:
    TAKAHARA Akio
    Akio Takahara is Professor of Contemporary Chinese Politics at the Graduate School of Law and Politics and the Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) at The University of Tokyo. He received his Dphil in 1988 from Sussex University, and later spent several years as Visiting Scholar at the Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong, the Japanese Embassy in Beijing, Harvard University, Peking University, and at the Mercator Institute for China Studies. Before joining The University of Tokyo, he taught at J. F. Oberlin University and Rikkyo University. He served as President of the Japan Association for Asian Studies, and as the Secretary General of the New Japan-China Friendship 21st Century Committee. Akio was Dean of GraSPP from 2018 to 2020. He currently serves as Senior Adjunct Fellow of the Japan Institute of International Affairs, Distinguished Research Fellow of the Japan Forum on International Relations, and Director of JICA Ogata Sadako Research Institute for Peace and Development. His publications include The Politics of Wage Policy in Post-Revolutionary China, (Macmillan, 1992), and Japan-China Relations in the Modern Era, (co-authored, Routledge, 2017).

    Jonathan Berkshire Miller
    Jonathan Berkshire Miller is currently a senior fellow with the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA). Miller is also Director and Senior fellow of the Indo-Pacific program at the Ottawa-based Macdonald Laurier Institute, Senior Fellow on East Asia for the Tokyo-based Asian Forum Japan and the Director and co-founder of the Council on International Policy. He also holds appointments as Canada’s ASEAN Regional Forum Expert and Eminent Person (EEP). Previously, he was an international affairs fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations, based in Tokyo. Other former appointments and roles include terms as a Distinguished Fellow with the Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada, and Senior Fellow on East Asia for the New York-based EastWest Institute. In addition, Miller previously spent nearly a decade working on economic and security issues related to Asia with the Canadian federal government and worked both with the foreign ministry and the security community.
    (https://www.jberkshiremiller.com/about.html)

    Stephen R. NAGY
    Stephen is a Senior Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the International Christian University. Previously he was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Japanese Studies from December 2009 to January 2014. He obtained his PhD from Waseda University, Japan in International Relations in December 2008 and worked as a Research Associate at the Institute of Asia Pacific Studies at Waseda University from October 2007 to November 2009.
    His recent funded research projects are “Sino-Japanese Relations in the Wake of the 2012 Territorial Disputes: Investigating changes in Japanese Business’ trade and investment strategy in China” and “Non-traditional security Cooperation in Northeast Asia” and “Human Security Paradigm in Japan: Exploring the Challenges and Possibilities of International Cooperation in Northeast Asia”.
    His research interests include international relations of Northeast Asia, Sino-Japanese relations, Asian regional integration and regionalism in Asia, non-traditional security related issues. In conjunction with his research focus on Asian regional integration, in March 2010 he was appointed a Senior Fellow with the Global Institute of Asian Regional Integration (GIARI), Waseda University. He is also a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia Pacific Studies’ International Affairs Research Centre (IARC) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

    Deanna Horton
    As part of her Canadian foreign service career, Deanna Horton spent a total of twelve years in Japan, including as Deputy Head of Mission, and also served as Ambassador to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. She was a NAFTA negotiator, followed by two postings in Washington, most recently as Minister (Congressional, Public and Intergovernmental Affairs). As a Munk School Senior Fellow she has led a digital mapping project on Canada’s footprint in Asia https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/canasiafootprint/ and related research on Canadian technology multinationals. Ms. Horton is also affiliated with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, and the Wilson Center in Washington, DC, commenting on economic and trade policy issues with a focus on Asia.

    Contact

    Mio Otsuka


    Speakers

    TAKAHARA Akio
    Speaker
    Professor, Contemporary Chinese Politics at the Graduate School of Law and Politics and the Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo

    Stephen Nagy
    Panelist
    Senior Associate Professor, Department of Politics and International Studies, International Christian University

    Deanna Horton
    Moderator
    Senior Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto

    Jonathan Berkshire Miller
    Panelist
    Senior Fellow, Japan Institute of International Affairs; Director & Senior Fellow on Indo-Pacific, Macdonald Laurier Institute; Senior Fellow, Asian Forum Japan; Director, Council on International Policy


    Sponsors

    Consulate General of Japan in Toronto


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  • Thursday, September 23rd MGA & MPP Programs attend the Queen's University Career Fair

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    Thursday, September 23, 202110:30AM - 3:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    The Queen’s University annual Career Fair welcomes students and recent grads from all programs and disciplines seeking internships, new graduate roles, further education options, and more.

    Students will have the opportunity to meet with employers from a variety of industries and locations as well as educators from a number of post-graduate programs.

    Register today to connect to the Master of Global Affairs and Master of Public Policy Admissions and In-Program staff and get all of your questions answered!


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Public Policy Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Petra Jory
    Program Coordinator Master of Public Policy University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Thursday, September 23rd MGA attends the APSIA Online Graduate School Fair 2021

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    Thursday, September 23, 202111:00AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Register Now!

    APSIA
    Online Graduate School Fair

    Thinking about Grad School? Searching for an international career in the private, public, or non-governmental sector?

    Whether you’ve just started your search or have a shortlist in mind, representatives of APSIA’s top international affairs and public policy graduate schools can help you navigate the admissions process.

    Register today and answer your questions about:

    application requirements,
    curricula and joint degrees,
    financial aid, and
    career opportunities.

    Go beyond what you read on a website – leave with new information and personal connections with the MGA admissions staff who will be there to answer all the questions you have on the Master of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Friday, September 24th Meeting with French Delegation

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    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Ana Cardoso
    (416) 997-0189


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  • Friday, September 24th Orientations Toward the Future: The Affects and Temporalities of Infrastructure Development in Lapchi

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    Friday, September 24, 20215:00PM - 6:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Pathbreakers: New Postdoctoral Research on South Asia at U of T

    Description

    Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork carried out in the Lapchi region of northern Nepal, this talk explores how cross-border pastoral communities reassess their expectations of the future within the current moment of state-driven infrastructure development and securitization across the Nepal-China borderland. People in Lapchi are dependent on access to grasslands and markets in neighboring China, but increasing restrictions on trade and movement across the border, exacerbated by the global Covid-19 pandemic, are causing plausible fear of economic precarity. In this uncertain present, a planned hydropower project and road produce significant affects for the local community. People hope that these development programs will bring alternative opportunities and new mobilities by opening the region up to trekking and tourism industries. As the anticipation of possible infrastructural futures shapes unprecedented socio-economic logics in the present, a historically mobile pastoral community is paradoxically transforming into more sedentary ways of life.

    Nadine Plachta is a FAS Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Geography and Planning. Her work focuses on social and cultural transformations in contemporary Nepal and, in particular, the use of citizenship and belonging as a resource for governance and economic development. She has explored this theme in the context of infrastructural politics, natural resource conflicts, landscape transformation, and the construction of local ecological knowledge. Her most recent research explores how borderland communities reassess their expectations of the future within recurring situations of disaster and crisis. Her scholarship is based on long-term ethnographic engagement in South Asia and, especially, in Nepal where she lived and worked for Heidelberg University’s South Asia Institute for five years (2014–2019). Nadine is also Editorial Team Member of Roadsides, as well as Book Reviews Editor of Himalaya, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies.


    Speakers

    Nadine Plachta
    Speaker
    FAS Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geography and Planning, U of T

    Katharine Rankin
    Discussant
    Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, U of T

    Christoph Emmrich
    Moderator
    Director, Centre for South Asian Studies, U of T


    Main Sponsor

    Asian Institute

    Sponsors

    Centre for South Asian Studies


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  • Saturday, September 25th MGA & MPP Admissions Information Session

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    Saturday, September 25, 20212:00PM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Join us for the Joint MGA & MPP Admissions Information Session!

    You will learn everything you need to know about the Master of Global Affair & Master of Public Policy Degree Programs (from its amazing faculty, student body, courses, Student Leadership Initiatives, Capstone course and more) and the Admissions processes for these 2-year professional master degrees!

    Don’t miss out, come join us and connect with our very own Admissions Officer and get all of your questions answered in this virtual session.


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Public Policy Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Wednesday, September 29th MGA & MPP Admissions Information session at Dalhousie University

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    Wednesday, September 29, 20217:00PM - 9:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    The MGA and MPP degree programs will be hosting an Admissions information Session for Dalhousie University Students.

    You will learn all you need to know about the MGA and MPP programs: the faculty, students, courses, internship, capstone course, career information, financial aid and admissions! Come and connect with our Admissions Officer and get all of your questions answered.

    Register Today!


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Global Affairs Master of Public Policy University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Thursday, September 30th Dual Degree Joint Information Session: The Hertie School & Master of Global Affairs Programs host joint information session

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    Thursday, September 30, 202111:00AM - 12:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    On Thursday, 30 September, 11am-12noon Eastern Time (5pm-6pm CET), learn more about our MIA/MGA dual-degree programme with the Munk School at the University of Toronto. Admissions representatives from both the Munk School at the University of Toronto and the Hertie School in Berlin will be online to answer any questions you might have about how the dual-degree programme works, the curriculum, student services at both institutions and more.


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Global Affairs Universty of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Kassandra Valles
    Associate Student Admissions The Hertie School, Berlin, Germany



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October 2021

  • Tuesday, September 28th – Friday, October 15th MPP & MGA attends McMaster Online Graduate Fair

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    Tuesday, September 28, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Wednesday, September 29, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Thursday, September 30, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Friday, October 1, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Monday, October 4, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Tuesday, October 5, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Wednesday, October 6, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Thursday, October 7, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Friday, October 8, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Tuesday, October 12, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Wednesday, October 13, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Thursday, October 14, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Friday, October 15, 202111:30AM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Information is not yet available.


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  • Friday, October 1st On the Day of German Unity: a look at Angela Merkel’s Legacy

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    Friday, October 1, 20211:00PM - 2:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    This year’s Day of German Unity anniversary coincides with the end of an era -Chancellor Angela Merkel will leave office following the elections on September 26th, after a 16-year tenure.

    Together with the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto, the German Embassy has conceived a virtual event on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Legacy.

    Agenda:

    12:50 PM: Photo Album
    1:00 PM: Introduction & Opening Remarks
    1:10 PM: Short Remarks by Panelists
    1:30 PM: Panel Discussion
    2:10 PM: Audience Q & A
    2:25 PM: Closing Remarks
    2:30 PM: Post-Event screening of Deutsch Welle Short Film on Chancellor Merkel
    2:40 PM: Event concludes

    Contact

    Daria Dumbabze
    416-978-6062


    Speakers

    Janice Stein
    Opening Remarks
    Founding Director & Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Sabine Sparwasser
    Opening Remarks
    Ambassador of Germany to Canada

    Peter Mansbridge
    Moderator
    Distinguished Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, former Chief Correspondent CBC News

    The Honourable Senator Peter M. Boehm
    Panelist
    Chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade; Ambassador to Germany (2008 to 2012)

    Daniela Schwarzer
    Panelist
    Open Society Foundation, Executive Director for Europe and Eurasia

    Randall Hansen
    Panelist
    Professor, Director of the Munk School's Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Christoph Heusgen
    Panelist
    German Ambassador to the UN (2017 to 2021); Under-Secretary for Foreign and Security Policy in the German Chancellery (2005 to 2017)


    Sponsors

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    German Embassy in Ottawa


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  • Tuesday, October 5th – Thursday, October 7th MGA & MPP attends the West Coast Graduate Online Fair with UBC, UVIC, SFU

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    Tuesday, October 5, 202111:00AM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Wednesday, October 6, 202111:00AM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
    Thursday, October 7, 202111:00AM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    The West Coast Virtual Fairs is the first of its kind in British Columbia! This virtual fair is a collaboration between Simon Fraser University (SFU), the University of British Columbia (UBC), and the University of Victoria (UVic). Our institutions are pleased to offer employers and recruiters the opportunity to connect with thousands of students and alumni at one main virtual event.

    Come visit the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy booth to speak to our Admissions Officer about the amazing 2-year professional master degree programs – the Master of Global Affairs and the Master of Public Policy.

    Register today!


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Public Policy Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Friday, October 8th Platform Capitalism and Platform Labor: Gender, Precarity, and Resistance

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    Friday, October 8, 202110:00AM - 12:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    SPEAKER 1
    Julie Chen, “Wrestling with the platforms in China: precarious participation and glimmer of alternative self-organizing”

    Abstract:
    The number of platform-based workers in China is estimated to exceed 84 million in 2020—that is, about 10% of the national work force. The magnitude of the transformation of work due to platform power is crucial to understand the contemporary labor politics. In this talk, I will first show how China’s existing informal labor force and the capitalistic logic in the platform economy that prioritizes market dominance have shaped the platform-based workforce in its heterogeneity and scale and led to a rising centralized and infrastructural power in the hands of platform companies to regulate the fragmentated just-in-time work force. I will further discuss the contradictions between the monopolistic capital and China’s infrastructural state and the implications for the continued (old) and new labor struggles. To conclude, I will reflect on the possibility, promise, and limitations of worker’s alternative organizing by exploring a national network of self-organized drivers prior to, during, and after the dominance of the ride-hailing platforms from 2011 to 2019.

    Bio:
    Julie Yujie Chen is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology at the University of Toronto (Mississauga) and holds a graduate appointment at the Faculty of Information (St. George). Chen studies the transformation of labor and workers in relation to the digital technologies, capitalism, and globalization. She is the co-author of Media and Management (University of Minnesota Press, 2021) and the lead author of Super-sticky WeChat and Chinese Society (Emerald, 2018) which is the first book-length research on the largest social media in China—namely, WeChat. She publishes widely on issues related to workers on the digital platforms in China in journals including New Media & Society, Socio-Economic Review, Javnost – The Public, Work, Employment and Society, Chinese Journal of Communication, China Perspectives, and Triple C. She has been the principal investigator leading research projects which have received funds or awards from Canada’s Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Connaught New Researcher Award (Canada), and International Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada).

    SPEAKER 2
    Seung-yoon Lee, “Platform capitalism and the melting labor: South Korean Platform Labor work and its Mismatch with Welfare Institutions”

    Abstract:
    Discussions on labor rights and social rights of these platform work developed rapidly and the main topic of discussion was focused on the emergence of this new type of work called platform work. In this study, I conceptualize ‘dismantling of various boundaries surrounding the traditional forms of work and workplace, such as standard employment before the fissured workplace and pure self-employment’, as melting labor. The concept of melting labor includes the increase of new forms of work that deviates from the standard employment before the fissured workplace such as non-regular and atypical work, subcontracted and outsourced work, and also changes in the pure self-employment such as dependent/disguised self-employed as well as freelancers and platform work. Korea’s platform labor market expanded considerably in the short run and there was a diversity of platform labor. First, the labor process has been changed by using the platform in common, however, the workers’ dependence and labor control aspects are different from platform waged workers, disguised self-employed workers to gig workers. However, the differences according to the type of platform labor are as follows. First, the delivery platform was mainly mediated by four-way relations, and the domestic services and freelance platforms by three-way relationships. Second, the intensity of control and involvement of platform labor of platform companies was strong in the order of delivery platform, house service platform and freelance platform. Third, the differences in social security experiences and desires were mainly found in industrial accident insurance. Differences between platform work types also need to be considered in discussing alternatives to solve the gap in practice and institutions.

    Bio:
    Dr. Sophia Seung-yoon Lee obtained her Ph.D. in Social Policy from Oxford University in the UK with her thesis on a comparative study between East Asian welfare states and non-regular workers. She is an associate professor of social policy at Chung-Ang university, Seoul, South Korea. Her major research fields are East Asian welfare states and labor markets, unstable labor, institutionalism and comparative research methodology. She published peer-reviewed articles and books (co-authored) including “Female outsiders in South Korea’s dual labor market: Challenges of equal pay for work of equal value” (2020), “Korea’s Unstable Youth Labor Market and Youth Basic Income Policy Proposal” (2016), and “Institutional Legacy of State Corporatism in De-industrial Labor Markets” (2016), and Korean Precarious Workers (Co-authored Book, 2017). Currently, she is the Vice Chairperson of the Youth Policy Coordination Committee in the Prime Minister Office.

    This virtual event is presented by the Korean Office for Research and Education (KORE) which is funded by the Academy of Korean Studies. This event is co-organized by the Centre for the Study of Korea (CSK) at University of Toronto.

    For more information: kore@yorku.ca | https://kore.info.yorku.ca/calendar/


    Speakers

    Julie Yujie Chen
    Speaker
    Assistant Professor at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology at the University of Toronto (Mississauga)

    Seung-yoon Lee
    Speaker
    Associate Professor of Social Policy at the Department of Social Welfare, Chung-Ang University, Seoul

    Yoonkyung Lee
    Chair
    Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Centre for the Study of Korea, University of Toronto


    Sponsors

    Korean Office for Research and Education (KORE), York University

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for the Study of Korea at the Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto


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  • Tuesday, October 12th Adam Tooze on "Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World's Economy"

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    Tuesday, October 12, 20215:00PM - 6:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    The shocks of 2020 have been great and small, disrupting the world economy, international relations and the daily lives of virtually everyone on the planet. Never before has the entire world economy contracted by 20 percent in a matter of weeks nor in the historic record of modern capitalism has there been a moment in which 95 percent of the world’s economies were suffering all at the same time. Across the world hundreds of millions have lost their jobs. And over it all looms the specter of pandemic, and death.

    Adam Tooze, whose last book was universally lauded for guiding us coherently through the chaos of the 2008 crash, now brings his bravura analytical and narrative skills to a panoramic and synthetic overview of our current crisis. By focusing on finance and business, he sets the pandemic story in a frame that casts a sobering new light on how unprepared the world was to fight the crisis, and how deep the ruptures in our way of living and doing business are. The virus has attacked the economy with as much ferocity as it has our health, and there is no vaccine arriving to address that.

    Tooze’s special gift is to show how social organization, political interests, and economic policy interact with devastating human consequences, from your local hospital to the World Bank. He moves fluidly from the impact of currency fluctuations to the decimation of institutions–such as health-care systems, schools, and social services–in the name of efficiency. He starkly analyzes what happened when the pandemic collided with domestic politics (China’s party conferences; the American elections), what the unintended consequences of the vaccine race might be, and the role climate change played in the pandemic. Finally, he proves how no unilateral declaration of ‘independence” or isolation can extricate any modern country from the global web of travel, goods, services, and finance.

    Contact

    Daniel Ellul
    (416) 978-6119


    Speakers

    Adam Tooze
    Speaker
    Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of History, Columbia University 2019 Lionel Gelber Prize Winner for "Crashed"

    Anita McGahan
    Moderator
    George E. Connell Chair in Organizations & Society Professor, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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  • Wednesday, October 13th MGA attends APSIA Open House

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    Wednesday, October 13, 202112:00PM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    APSIA Open House:

    Interested in a Specific Topic in International Affairs? Join in an Open House.

    Today’s topic:
    National Security


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy



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  • Thursday, October 14th MGA & MPP attends University of Calgary Online Graduate Fair

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    Thursday, October 14, 20219:00AM - 3:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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  • Friday, October 15th The COVID-19 pandemic, Korea-Canada comparison: Government response, social welfare, labor, and gender

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    Friday, October 15, 20214:00PM - 6:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    Chair and discussant: Yoonkyung Lee (Sociology, U of T)

    Speaker 1
    Ito Peng, “The COVID-19 Childcare and School Closures and their Impacts on Working Parents with Small Children: Korea-Canada Comparison”
    Abstract
    This presentation discusses the impacts of childcare and school closures in Canada and South Korea during the COVID-19. We undertook two waves of panel surveys in South Korea – June 2020 and April 2021 – to explore how childcare and school closures have affected working parents’ work-family balance. I compare results of the Korean surveys with the Statistics Canada’s survey of parents conducted in June 2020.
    Bio
    Professor Ito Peng is a Canada Research Chair in Global Social Policy at the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. She is an expert in global social policy, specializing in gender, migration and care policies. She has written extensively on social policies and political economy of care in Asia Pacific. Her teaching and research focus on comparative social policy, and gender, care and migration policies. She just completed a 7-year international partnership research project entitled Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care (http://cgsp.ca/), and is now engaged in two research projects: The Care Economy: Gender-sensitive Macroeconomic Models for Policy Analysis, and Care Economies in Context: Towards Sustainable Social and Economic Development. “Government policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and their impacts on family, women, and workers”

    Speaker 2
    Young Jun Choi, “Social policy responses to Covid-19 in South Korea: Towards a smaller welfare state?”
    Abstract
    As COVID-19 continues for nearly two years, its effect extends beyond public health to have a far-reaching impact on individuals and society. In a situation where various social risks have not been resolved since the IMF economic crisis, COVID-19 is highly likely to make these social risks more ‘wicked’ and simultaneously create new risks. This study intends to discuss what social risks COVID-19 creates and how Korean welfare state has responded to them. To this end, two national surveys in 2020 and 2021 were analyzed together with focus group interviews in 2020. As a result, social risks in the era of COVID-19 comprehensively appear not only in employment and income, but also skills and knowledge, care, and social relationships. In particular, the self-employed experienced the greatest hardship as well as women and the younger generation. While the educational gap among students is widening, care burden of family members has increased. Due to strict social distancing and isolation, anxiety disorders and depression significantly increased. Against such extensive damage, existing social policies played only limited roles, and the emergency disaster relief policy had clear limits in stabilizing individual lives. Despite the comprehensive and profound social risks, if Korean welfare state sticks to the current fiscal conservatism, it is highly likely to move to a smaller welfare state.
    Bio
    Young Jun Choi is Professor, Department of Public Administration, and Director of the Institute for Welfare State Research, Yonsei University in South Korea. He also serves as Chair of East Asian Social Policy Research Network. His research interests include aging and public policy, social investment policy, comparative welfare state theories, and East Asian social policy. He has published many articles in international journals and his recent book includes Welfare Reform and Social Investment Policy in Europe and East Asia (Policy Press, 2021).

    This virtual event is organized by the Centre for the Study of Korea, University of Toronto and sponsored by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto.


    Speakers

    Ito Peng
    Speaker
    Canada Research Chair in Global Social Policy at the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto

    Young Jun Choi
    Speaker
    Professor, Department of Public Administration, and Director of the Institute for Welfare State Research, Yonsei University in South Korea

    Yoonkyung Lee
    Chair
    Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Centre for the Study of Korea, University of Toronto


    Sponsors

    Centre for the Study of Korea at the Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto

    Co-Sponsors

    Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto


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  • Friday, October 15th The Persistence and Transformation of Pre-Buddhist Religious Practices in Rural Bhutan

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    Friday, October 15, 20215:00PM - 6:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Series

    Pathbreakers: New Postdoctoral Research on South Asia at U of T

    Description

    The pre-Buddhist Bon has been looked down on by Buddhists for centuries, yet it continues to exist and to exert its influence on people’s everyday lives down to the present day. The ordinary villagers, including part-time lay Buddhist practitioners and educated people identify themselves as Buddhists, but they have no problem in propitiating the local Bon gods and deities, or having recourse to Bon rites after or prior to the Buddhist rituals and biomedical therapies. In this talk, I will present an overview of my book project which examines the persistence and transformation of the pre-Buddhist Bon religious practices in Buddhist Bhutan. It takes the relationship between great and little traditions as its starting point for the interplay of Buddhism and Bon underpinned by the local conception of two forms of religion: mundane or worldly god’s religion and supramundane or Buddha’s religion, discusses the mutual accommodation and syncretism between Buddhism and Bon, and offers new perspectives on the central distinguishing features of great and little traditions.

    Kelzang Tashi is a Research Associate at the Centre for South Asian Studies, Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto and a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).


    Speakers

    Kelzang Tashi
    Speaker
    Research Associate at the Centre for South Asian Studies

    Christoph Emmrich
    Discussant
    Director, Centre for South Asian Studies


    Main Sponsor

    Asian Institute

    Sponsors

    Centre for South Asian Studies


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  • Saturday, October 16th MGA & MPP Online Admissions Information Session

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    Saturday, October 16, 20212:00PM - 4:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    Information is not yet available.


    Speakers

    Rejeanne Puran
    Recruitment and Admissions Officer Master of Public Policy Master of Global Affairs University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy



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