Upcoming Webinars

  • To Be Announced Soon

Organizer and Moderator

Prof. Ghada Sfeir (Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies), Professor, Researcher, Author.

Past Webinars

Systemic Racism Against Indigenous Peoples

  • 117 days ago

Guest Speakers

  • Nakuset, Executive Director of the Native Women's shelter of Montréal
  • Pitseolak Pfeifer, President, Inuit Solutions

Recording available on the website of the Department of Education, Concordia University. Systemic Racism Against Indigenous Peoples (concordia.ca)

Bill 40: The Future of English Language Education in Quebec

  • 97 days ago

Guest Speakers

  • Dan Lamoureux, President, Québec English School Boards Association (QESBA)
  • Sylvain Racette, Director General, Riverside School Board
  • Walter Duszara, Retired Educator and Quebec Civil Servant
Recording available on the website of the Department of Education, Concordia University. Webinar on Bill 40: The Future of English Language Education in Quebec (concordia.ca)

A Follow-up Q&A Session to the Webinar on Bill 40: The Future of English Language Education in Quebec

  • 71 days ago

Guest Speakers

  • Dan Lamoureux, President, Québec English School Boards Association (QESBA)
  • Sylvain Racette, Director General, Riverside School Board
  • Walter Duszara, Retired Educator and Quebec Civil Servant
Recording available on the website of the Department of Education, Concordia University. Follow-up Q&A Session to the Webinar on Bill 40: The Future of English Language Education in Quebec (concordia.ca)

Cosmopolitanism for Canada’s Growing Diversity: A Better Strategy Than Multiculturalism?

  • 33 days ago

Guest Speakers

  • Professor Ratna Ghosh, Distinguished James McGill Professor and Macdonald Professor of Education
  • Professor George Dei, Professor of Social Justice Education & Director of the Center for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
  • Mr. Pitseolak Pfeifer, President, Inuit Solutions
  • Mr. Noel Burke, Innovator, Teacher, Consultant and Coach
Recording available on the website of the Department of Education, Concordia University. Cosmopolitanism for Canada’s Growing Diversity: A Better Strategy Than Multiculturalism? (concordia.ca)

Part II : Cosmopolitanism for Canada’s Growing Diversity II: A Better Strategy Than Multiculturalism?

  • recorded 01 Oct 2021

Guest Speakers

  • Professor Ratna Ghosh, Distinguished James McGill Professor and Macdonald Professor of Education
  • Professor George Dei, Professor of Social Justice Education & Director of the Center for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
  • Mr. Luke Sumich, Leader of Learning (Principal), Ormiston Junior College
  • Mr. Noel Burke, Member of the Minister's Advisory Board on English Education in Quebec
Recording available here. Part II Cosmopolitanism for Canada’s Growing Diversity: A Better Strategy Than Multiculturalism? (concordia.ca)