Saturday, May 19th: Dinner and movie
Note: Indicated times are Eastern Standard Time (EST); PST is three hours earlier.
- 6:00 pm CUSJ dinner
- 7:30 pm CUSJ Movie Night
- 9:00 pm Q&A through videoconference with the filmmaker, Julia Barnes
Sunday, May 20: Afternoon workshop
- 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm (90 minutes total)
JOIN THE PEACE TRAIN:
AN INTERGENERATIONAL JOURNEY OF LOVE AND JUSTICE
Do we resolve our conflicts at home, at school, at work, or around the world with violence, or do we choose peace? Janis Alton and Melissa Weale, Unitarian members of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace will introduce us to VOW. The Peace Train workshop is intergenerational, because peace makers can be any age!
We will talk about what actions we can take in our own lives to cultivate peace.
- What can we do as individuals to create more peace in the world?
- How can we involve more women and youth in peacemaking?
There are many paths to peace, including the arts. Margaret Rao, President of CUSJ, will lead us in a circle dance to an anti-war song for the ages, ‘Peace Train’.
What are you waiting for? All Aboard the Peace Train!
Monday, May 21: AGM
See more details on the AGM page.
- 8:30 am – Registration, Coffee, Meet & Greet
- 9:00 am – Chapter and regional group conversations:
- What are your local priorities? What are you working on?
- What are we doing at the national level that you value? (newsletter, website, direct lobbying, letter-writing, networking with partners, Climate Action Network Canada, public demonstrations)
- Your level of involvement with climate issues; First Nations issues; democracy issues; poverty issues
- 10:00 am – Business meeting (livestreaming begins)
- 11:00 am – Keynote Speech: Peggy Mason
- 12:30 pm – Lunch on campus for those who wish to stay.