History Meets Humanity conference
Date: September 12, 2015
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Korean Canadian Cultural Centre, 1133 Leslie St.., Toronto, ON
Who should attend:
This conference is to celebrate the 70th year after the end of WWII.
Representatives of professional/ethic organizations
Chinese and Korean organizations (ALPHA, National Unification Advisory Council, Korean Canadian Cultural Centre, Chinese Cultural Centre of GTA, Canadian Multicultural Council) have joined together to host this conference. For PIN leaders, we would like to extend special invitations to representatives from organizations to represent their communities. It is a great opportunity to network and create synergies with representatives from large ethnic organizations in Toronto.
The conference is open to all communities, open to students and parents can join as well. For students, don't miss a networking opportunity to meet new friends while learning about WWII! For high school students, they can get their volunteer hours if they request.
Conference Booklet has the conference schedule, bios of speakers and explanations of each workshop that will be held. Speakers include a documentary film maker, drama teacher and ALPHA directors. It's intended to learn about pre/post WWII through interactive activities.
September 11, 2015
Contact details for the event:
Please contact Solbi Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org