• The Observer Effect - (Live in Ottawa)

    Mavericks, October 23rd 2015, https://www.facebook.com/TheObserverEffect01

    published: 25 Nov 2015
  • The Observer effect Ottawa May 22 2015

    published: 23 May 2015
  • Miracle du ciel regarder et observer bien et juger la face d un etre humain a ottawa

    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • Michener Awards Ceremony – National Observer

    Mike De Souza, the managing editor of the National Observer, speaks at the Michener Awards ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on June 14, 2017. The National Observer was named as a finalist for the 2016 Michener Award for its examination of co-operation between the National Energy Board and the oil industry.

    published: 15 Jun 2017
  • Flat Earth • Solstice • Sun Plotted From Ottawa?

    Flat Earth • 2017 • Chippy The Chipmunk continues his study of Gleason's map & 402 page book. Chippy originally thought Gleason's flat earth map is an 'equidistant' map, but it's actually an Arctic Polar Azimuthal Projection (see p. 402 diagram 43). Chippy is learning as he goes & is finding Gleason's material to be rather impressive (book, map, & time-chart patent). Chippy continues to kick every tire & turn over every stone; all in hopes of uncovering how we've all been deceived for so long. Gleason's body of work certainly warrants a much closer look & Chippy finds it suspicious how so many in the 'flat earth' community are trying to debunk Gleason's map (seemingly w/out having bothered to read his 402 page book: "Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe?"). Download the book...

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Matt Millar talks discusses the situation in Ottawa post-shooting

    For an eye-witness account in Ottawa, CCTV America spoke to Matt Millar, the Ottawa bureau chief at the Vancouver Observer.

    published: 24 Oct 2014
  • CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE

    English/Nat Despite the refusal of some nations to sign the treaty outlawing landmines, the U-N on Tuesday said the groundswell of support for the ban would draw them in eventually. About 120 nations have sent delegates to sign the historic treaty starting on Wednesday. But several major producers and users of landmines - including the United States, China and Russia - are sending only observers and will not sign. In the Canadian capital of Ottawa, U-N Secretary-General Kofi Annan paid a visit to his host, Prime Minister Jean Chretien. Annan lamented the refusal of Russia, China and the United States to join more than 120 nations banning the production, sale and deployment of landmines. The treaty also aims to remove existing minefields and help treat victims of landmines...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE CLOSING SESSION

    English/Nat Delegates who made history by signing a treaty banning landmines ended the Ottawa conference on Thursday with pledges to help fund mine-clearance programmes. But the Canadian foreign minister, a key figure in rallying support for the ban, said during the closing session of the conference that the biggest challenges were still ahead. These include raising hundreds of millions of dollars to help poor nations remove mines, ensuring that the treaty is enforced and convincing major holdouts - such as China, Russia and the United States - to join the 121 nations that have endorsed the plan. In the frozen Canadian capital, the will of an international coalition of governments, humanitarian organisations and activists made history this week. A global treaty to ban and d...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE UPDATE

    English/Nat The ceremony for the signing of a global treaty outlawing the sale, production and deployment of land mines got under way on Wednesday in Canada. Those attending the Ottawa conference from 125 nations say they will finalise the treaty over two days. The historic treaty - although without the key signatures of the United States, Russia and China - was negotiated in an attempt to rid the world of the hidden weapons that kill or maim an estimated 26-thousand civilians every year. Over one hundred nations from A to Z - Algeria to Zimbabwe - are signing the historic treaty that is intended to rid the world of anti-personnel land mines. The 125 nations at the landmines conference in Ottawa began a two-day process to finalise a historic treaty to eliminate the plague of...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Vancouver delegation urges Ottawa to block pipeline

    Tsleil-Waututh Nation Chief Maureen Thomas and Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson explain why they are opposed to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion in Ottawa on June 7, 2016.

    published: 07 Jun 2016
  • 10-year old Rebecca Taylor speaks at Ottawa Climate March (Nov. 29).

    Ten-year-old Rebecca Taylor was star of the show at the Ottawa Climate March on Nov. 29, when she urged Canadians to "cool down," planet Earth by not using fossil fuels. She told 25,000 climate marchers that her generation wanted to enjoy Canada's Arctic wildlife such as polar bears - and not live in fear of rising sea levels or extreme weather.

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Canada-EU Security Cooperation in Practice

    This video is part of Panel 2: Crisis Management and the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership Alan Bowman is the Deputy Head of Canada’s Mission to the European Union in Brussels, as well as Canada’s Permanent Observer to the Council of Europe. Other presentations on this panel include: Markus Kaim, German institute for International and Security Affairs (Germany): The EU and Russia: the Pan-European Order at the Crossroads https://youtu.be/x6Dsw-UpDew Manfred Auster, EU Delegation, Ottawa: Joint Contributions to Crisis Management in CSDP https://youtu.be/eQEXHE8baPg Costanza Musu, University of Ottawa: Ten Years of Policy towards the Middle East: Comparing Canada’s and the EU’s Approaches https://youtu.be/XqghcO6DYzs Ruben Zaotti, Dalhousie University (Chair and Discussant) This vid...

    published: 06 May 2016
  • U.N. Integration and Humanitarian Space

    January 31, 2012 University of Ottawa Presented by CIPS Sara Pantuliano is a political scientist with extensive experience in conflict and post-conflict contexts. Prior to joining the Overseas Development Institute in 2006, she led UNDP Sudan's Peace Building Unit, managed a high-profile post-conflict response in the Nuba Mountains and was a resource person and an observer at the IGAD Sudan peace process. She has written extensively on Sudan and is a regular media commentator on Sudan and humanitarian issues. Her current work focuses on underexplored dimensions of displacement, particularly the role of land in return and reintegration processes and displacement in urban contexts. She is the Managing Editor of Disasters. http://cips.uottawa.ca/event/un-integration-and-humanitarian-space/...

    published: 12 Mar 2012
  • Winston Karam's bullying

    Winston Karam, 16, explains how his former Ottawa school failed to help him after he was victimized by bullying and racist slurs.

    published: 21 Jul 2016
  • John Ruskin: Artist and Observer -- a virtual tour

    NGC Director Marc Mayer and Christopher Newall, a leading Ruskin scholar and the co-curator of John Ruskin: Artist and Observer take a walking tour of the exhibition and discuss the art and the man.

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • The People's Climate March in Ottawa (Nov. 29 2015).

    Some 25,000 people attended the Ottawa People's Climate March that ended with a rally on Parliament Hill on Nov. 29. The Ottawa demonstrators - including David Suzuki - joined other climate action protestors in cities around teh world on the eve of landmark climate change talks in Paris. A planned protest in the French capital was called off owing to ongoing security concerns after the Paris terror attacks.

    published: 30 Nov 2015
The Observer Effect - (Live in Ottawa)

The Observer Effect - (Live in Ottawa)

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Mavericks, October 23rd 2015, https://www.facebook.com/TheObserverEffect01
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The Observer effect Ottawa May 22 2015

The Observer effect Ottawa May 22 2015

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  • Updated: 23 May 2015
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Miracle du ciel regarder et observer bien et juger la face d un etre humain a ottawa

Miracle du ciel regarder et observer bien et juger la face d un etre humain a ottawa

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2017
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Michener Awards Ceremony – National Observer

Michener Awards Ceremony – National Observer

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  • Updated: 15 Jun 2017
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Mike De Souza, the managing editor of the National Observer, speaks at the Michener Awards ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on June 14, 2017. The National Observer was named as a finalist for the 2016 Michener Award for its examination of co-operation between the National Energy Board and the oil industry.
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Flat Earth • Solstice • Sun Plotted From Ottawa?

Flat Earth • Solstice • Sun Plotted From Ottawa?

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  • Updated: 01 Sep 2016
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Flat Earth • 2017 • Chippy The Chipmunk continues his study of Gleason's map & 402 page book. Chippy originally thought Gleason's flat earth map is an 'equidistant' map, but it's actually an Arctic Polar Azimuthal Projection (see p. 402 diagram 43). Chippy is learning as he goes & is finding Gleason's material to be rather impressive (book, map, & time-chart patent). Chippy continues to kick every tire & turn over every stone; all in hopes of uncovering how we've all been deceived for so long. Gleason's body of work certainly warrants a much closer look & Chippy finds it suspicious how so many in the 'flat earth' community are trying to debunk Gleason's map (seemingly w/out having bothered to read his 402 page book: "Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe?"). Download the book here: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AuPUSW-_Ob0ynRbfkRKxYHMAfytM Also, I've also noticed that none of the Gleason Map debunkers have bothered to address the NUMEROUS PATENT CITATIONS that have been legally attributed to Gleason & his time-chart patent (from several other inventors). Why is that? Well... please see my recent "100% Proof" video that the Gleason Map is real & watch to the end to see all the juicy patent citations. Also, Chippy mapped out distances (according to his understanding of page 402 of the Gleason book - diagram 43). It's available for you to download here: https://1drv.ms/i/s!AuPUSW-_Ob0ynUWAy2YzoGETW75X Thanks, Chippy ☺ --------------- FAIR USE --------------- This video focuses on an observer at 45° N Latitude (Ottawa) & attempts to show how the sun & headings might be working on the Gleason Map on the June 2016 Solstice. Unfortunately, Chippy should've been trying to plot the sun on the EQUINOXES from 45° North. According to Gleason, in Ottawa, Canada, an observer on the 45°N should be able to see the SUN at a 45° ALTITUDE at "Solar Noon" - while the sun is moving 90° directly over the Equator on BOTH Equinoxes. See Chippy's recent Equinox video. Chippy believes the PURPOSE of the large TRIANGLE at the TOP of the Gleason Map could be showing that observers can triangulate the distance of the sun. See page 306, figure 22 of the Gleason Book for more info. Gleason claims the Sun AND Polaris are BOTH at about 2,000 regular statute miles (fixed altitude) above our flat Earth (based on 45° triangulation method). In theory, an observer on the 45° N LATITUDE (on the EQUINOXES) should be able to see the sun at a 45° ALTITUDE in the sky - while it is traveling 90° directly above the 0° Equator at "noon". Gleason is essentially stating that these kinds of angles are simply NOT possible on the Equinoxes - if the Earth is a globe w/a sun that's a whopping 93 million miles away. Please SUBSCRIBE & click on the notification bell if interested in more content. Thank you so much! Sincerely, Chippy ☺
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Matt Millar talks discusses the situation in Ottawa post-shooting

Matt Millar talks discusses the situation in Ottawa post-shooting

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2014
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For an eye-witness account in Ottawa, CCTV America spoke to Matt Millar, the Ottawa bureau chief at the Vancouver Observer.
https://wn.com/Matt_Millar_Talks_Discusses_The_Situation_In_Ottawa_Post_Shooting
CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE

CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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English/Nat Despite the refusal of some nations to sign the treaty outlawing landmines, the U-N on Tuesday said the groundswell of support for the ban would draw them in eventually. About 120 nations have sent delegates to sign the historic treaty starting on Wednesday. But several major producers and users of landmines - including the United States, China and Russia - are sending only observers and will not sign. In the Canadian capital of Ottawa, U-N Secretary-General Kofi Annan paid a visit to his host, Prime Minister Jean Chretien. Annan lamented the refusal of Russia, China and the United States to join more than 120 nations banning the production, sale and deployment of landmines. The treaty also aims to remove existing minefields and help treat victims of landmines. But Annan said holdout countries were feeling the heat from others around the globe and might soon fall into line backing the ban. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think it is significant and unfortunate that they are not here but given the pressure from the people from the grass roots, I really do not believe that any government can sit out this movement for long. It's only a question of time." SUPER CAPTION: Kofi Annan, United Nations Secretary-General Indeed, Russia may be close to signing the treaty, Annan said. The United States also is observing many of the provisions of the ban, but Bill Clinton is following the advice of the Pentagon, which objects to parts of the treaty. Chretien said it was a good sign that the holdout countries were on the scene in Ottawa as observers. SOUNDBITE: (English) "A lot of Americans are observing the conference. The Russians are here too. The Chinese are here too at this moment. So the pressure is on. In fact in Vancouver, the president of the United States in front of all the press congratulated Canada for this initiative." SUPER CAPTION: Jean Chretien, Canadian Prime Minister While the official U-S observer delegation was keeping a low profile, a senator from President Clinton's own party was causing a stir with thinly veiled attacks on Clinton's position and his political will. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The journey to Ottawa says as much about leadership and the risks that leadership entails and it says something about those who could have helped but who lacked the will or vision to help." SUPER CAPTION: Patrick Leahy, U-S Democrat Senator, Vermont Leahy is at the conference acting on his own and has made no secret of his disagreement with the president on the landmine issue. He even hinted that Clinton might get along better with the U-S Congress if he signed the treaty. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b6a0a25ed9baed97bf73c16a706e2b74 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE CLOSING SESSION

CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE CLOSING SESSION

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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English/Nat Delegates who made history by signing a treaty banning landmines ended the Ottawa conference on Thursday with pledges to help fund mine-clearance programmes. But the Canadian foreign minister, a key figure in rallying support for the ban, said during the closing session of the conference that the biggest challenges were still ahead. These include raising hundreds of millions of dollars to help poor nations remove mines, ensuring that the treaty is enforced and convincing major holdouts - such as China, Russia and the United States - to join the 121 nations that have endorsed the plan. In the frozen Canadian capital, the will of an international coalition of governments, humanitarian organisations and activists made history this week. A global treaty to ban and destroy anti-personnel landmines was endorsed by more than half the nations on Earth. SOUNDBITE (English) "We have reasons to feel pleased about some of the very direct results. As I came to the podium the one hundred and twenty first country has signed the treaty." SUPER CAPTION: Lloyd Axworthy, Canadian Foreign Minister The ban calls on countries to destroy their own stockpiles in four years and dig up any mines they have laid within a decade. But while the mood was heady, the conference host warned against complacency. SOUNDBITE (English) "This convention must enter into force as quickly as possible to give the kind of hope and inspiration to all the people who have placed their expectations in what we've done here in the last day and a half." SUPER CAPTION: LLoyd Axworthy, Canadian Foreign Minister Along with the surprising support for the principles of the treaty, many nations - even those who refused to sign the ban - are pledging millions (m) to dig up and destroy mines and to care for those maimed by them. Axworthy told delegates that half a billion (b) U-S dollars had been pledged to help implement the treaty. The conference produced a comprehensive agenda for future action. It detailed schedules and timetables sure to keep governments, non-governmental organisations and activists hopping until 40 nations ratify the treaty and codify it into international law. While more than 120 nations signed on to the treaty - something unimaginable a year ago - several key holdouts threatened to suck the credibility out of the pact. But Nobel Prize-winning peace activist Jody Williams said she had no illusions about the treaty and what could be accomplished, politically and logistically. SOUNDBITE (English) "We were called Utopian when we started this campaign. We may have had a Utopian goal, which has turned into reality, but we're not idiots. Obviously there are 100 million (m) landmines in the ground. It's going to take a while to clean up that mess. It's going to take a while to affect the lives of the victims, affect the lives of communities living in the midst of landmines. What this treaty has done though is establish a new norm of behaviour." SUPER CAPTION: Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Winner The United States sought an exemption for the Korean peninsula, but the treaty organisers held to their principals, painting the U-S into a corner. SOUNDBITE (English) "The United States did not sign this treaty. That is because of President Clinton's concern for the safety and security of our men and women in uniform and the unique responsibilities the United States has around the world for the security of friends and allies." SUPER CAPTION: Karl Inderfurth, U-S observer China and Russia also refused to sign, as did Israel and Lebanon. Williams, however, said that it was irrelevant if the big powers, who have few mines deployed on foreign soil, fail to sign on. SOUNDBITE (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a09f4f9e743a30f6a7332bf605c041b3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE UPDATE

CANADA: OTTAWA: ANTI LANDMINE TREATY CONFERENCE UPDATE

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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English/Nat The ceremony for the signing of a global treaty outlawing the sale, production and deployment of land mines got under way on Wednesday in Canada. Those attending the Ottawa conference from 125 nations say they will finalise the treaty over two days. The historic treaty - although without the key signatures of the United States, Russia and China - was negotiated in an attempt to rid the world of the hidden weapons that kill or maim an estimated 26-thousand civilians every year. Over one hundred nations from A to Z - Algeria to Zimbabwe - are signing the historic treaty that is intended to rid the world of anti-personnel land mines. The 125 nations at the landmines conference in Ottawa began a two-day process to finalise a historic treaty to eliminate the plague of deadly landmines. Even major holdouts - the United States, Russia and China - sent observers to Wednesday's ceremony in Ottawa. Their representation at the event has led to predictions that they too will eventually agree to ban the weapons that kill or maim an estimated 26-thousand civilians every year. Organisers said they were pleased that the major holdout nations had sent observer teams. The U-S, which sent a dozen observers, expressed interest in signing the treaty, but only if exceptions were made for mines it says it must use to protect its troops in Korea. Backers of the ban say their campaign has even had an effect on those nations holding out. U-S President Bill Clinton has pledged to increase the United States' already sizeable mine removal program. And on Tuesday, Russia said it would extend a ban on the export of anti-personnel mines for five more years. Other countries refusing to sign include Finland, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Libya, India, Pakistan, North Korea, South Korea and Israel. Several nations signing onto the ban were formerly major producers and exporters of mines, including Britain, France and Germany. Treaty signatories also included countries like Cambodia, Bosnia and Mozambique, which have suffered terrible human losses due to land mines. The treaty requires nations to destroy their stockpiles of landmines within four years and to remove deployed mines within ten years. Discussions at the conference will help determine exactly how the treaty is implemented and how the anticipated hundreds of (m) millions of dollars in assistance to clear mines will be spent. Experts estimated there are 60 (m) million to 120 (m) million active mines scattered around the globe. Host country Canada was the first nation to sign, in recognition of its year-long efforts in rallying other nations to team up with nongovernmental agencies in support of the ban. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We have come together today to bring an end to the land mine epidemic, the sting of death that remains long after the guns grow quiet, long after the battles are over." SUPER CAPTION: Jean Chretien, Canadian Prime Minister Chretien announced that Canada would pledge 71 (m) million (US) dollars for mine clearance projects. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Let us say to all the children of the world that you will walk again through the fields and climb the trees in the forest in a world free of mines." SUPER CAPTION: Jean Chretien, Canadian Prime Minister U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan, whose organisation will implement the treaty, decried the hazards of mines scattered throughout the world, often in places where conflicts have long since ended. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It marks the reversal of the tide of random violence and destruction that begins when a mine planted and ends only when it is removed." SUPER CAPTION: Kofi Annan, U-N Secretary General SOUNDBITE: (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/946fc383c3598bccd25efd7421961531 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Vancouver delegation urges Ottawa to block pipeline

Vancouver delegation urges Ottawa to block pipeline

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Tsleil-Waututh Nation Chief Maureen Thomas and Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson explain why they are opposed to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion in Ottawa on June 7, 2016.
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10-year old Rebecca Taylor speaks at Ottawa Climate March (Nov. 29).

10-year old Rebecca Taylor speaks at Ottawa Climate March (Nov. 29).

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Ten-year-old Rebecca Taylor was star of the show at the Ottawa Climate March on Nov. 29, when she urged Canadians to "cool down," planet Earth by not using fossil fuels. She told 25,000 climate marchers that her generation wanted to enjoy Canada's Arctic wildlife such as polar bears - and not live in fear of rising sea levels or extreme weather.
https://wn.com/10_Year_Old_Rebecca_Taylor_Speaks_At_Ottawa_Climate_March_(Nov._29).
Canada-EU Security Cooperation in Practice

Canada-EU Security Cooperation in Practice

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This video is part of Panel 2: Crisis Management and the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership Alan Bowman is the Deputy Head of Canada’s Mission to the European Union in Brussels, as well as Canada’s Permanent Observer to the Council of Europe. Other presentations on this panel include: Markus Kaim, German institute for International and Security Affairs (Germany): The EU and Russia: the Pan-European Order at the Crossroads https://youtu.be/x6Dsw-UpDew Manfred Auster, EU Delegation, Ottawa: Joint Contributions to Crisis Management in CSDP https://youtu.be/eQEXHE8baPg Costanza Musu, University of Ottawa: Ten Years of Policy towards the Middle East: Comparing Canada’s and the EU’s Approaches https://youtu.be/XqghcO6DYzs Ruben Zaotti, Dalhousie University (Chair and Discussant) This video is from the Policy Workshop: "Canada and Europe: Converging or Diverging Responses to International and Domestic Challenges?," held at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada on March 10 - 11, 2016. The workshop was supported by the Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (CETD) and the Faculty of Public Affairs Research Month at Carleton University. CETD receives funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The views expressed in this video are solely those of the speaker, and do not reflect the views of CETD, SSHRC, or Carleton University. This video was edited by Oleg Schindler, CETD research assistant. Further information, written summaries, and presentations from the workshop are available here: http://labs.carleton.ca/canadaeurope/?p=3062
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U.N. Integration and Humanitarian Space

U.N. Integration and Humanitarian Space

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January 31, 2012 University of Ottawa Presented by CIPS Sara Pantuliano is a political scientist with extensive experience in conflict and post-conflict contexts. Prior to joining the Overseas Development Institute in 2006, she led UNDP Sudan's Peace Building Unit, managed a high-profile post-conflict response in the Nuba Mountains and was a resource person and an observer at the IGAD Sudan peace process. She has written extensively on Sudan and is a regular media commentator on Sudan and humanitarian issues. Her current work focuses on underexplored dimensions of displacement, particularly the role of land in return and reintegration processes and displacement in urban contexts. She is the Managing Editor of Disasters. http://cips.uottawa.ca/event/un-integration-and-humanitarian-space/ ================================= Le 31 janvier 2012 Université d'Ottawa Présenté par le CÉPI Sara Pantuliano est une politologue avec plusieurs années d'expérience dans des situations de conflit et post-conflit. Avant de se joindre à l'Overseas Development Institute en 2006, elle était à la tête de l'Unité de consolidation de la paix du PNUD au Soudan. Elle a aussi été personne ressource et observatrice pour le procédé de paix sous l'égide de l'Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD). Elle a beaucoup écrit sur le Soudan et commente régulièrement dans les medias à ce sujet et à propos d'enjeux humanitaires, de façon plus générale. Ses travaux de recherches en cours se concentrent sur les dimensions sous-explorées du déplacement, en particulier le rôle des terres dans les processus de retour et de reintegration, et du déplacement en contextes urbains. Elle est éditrice et gestionnaire de la revue Disasters. http://cepi.uottawa.ca/event/un-integration-and-humanitarian-space-2/
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Winston Karam's bullying

Winston Karam's bullying

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Winston Karam, 16, explains how his former Ottawa school failed to help him after he was victimized by bullying and racist slurs.
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John Ruskin: Artist and Observer -- a virtual tour

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer -- a virtual tour

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NGC Director Marc Mayer and Christopher Newall, a leading Ruskin scholar and the co-curator of John Ruskin: Artist and Observer take a walking tour of the exhibition and discuss the art and the man.
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The People's Climate March in Ottawa (Nov. 29 2015).

The People's Climate March in Ottawa (Nov. 29 2015).

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Some 25,000 people attended the Ottawa People's Climate March that ended with a rally on Parliament Hill on Nov. 29. The Ottawa demonstrators - including David Suzuki - joined other climate action protestors in cities around teh world on the eve of landmark climate change talks in Paris. A planned protest in the French capital was called off owing to ongoing security concerns after the Paris terror attacks.
https://wn.com/The_People's_Climate_March_In_Ottawa_(Nov._29_2015).