THE OTTAWA PROCESS TWENTY YEARS LATER
On October 27th and 28th the Canadian Landmine Foundation, Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, the Canadian International Council and its partners are proud to present ‘The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later: The Landmine Treaty, Human Security, and Canada in the Twenty-First Century’ at The Gardiner Museum in Toronto.
- — Mines Action Canada (@MinesActionCan)Thu, Oct 27 2016 14:23:33As we get started with the first panel of #OttawaProcess event, the CBC has coverage: http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/politics/landmines-ban-treaty-20-years-1.3822868 …
- — Trinity College (@Trinity_College)Thu, Oct 27 2016 14:33:34
- — Jennifer Bonder (@jenbonder)Thu, Oct 27 2016 14:43:25Lots of media here on 20th anniversary of #OttawaProcess Day 1 asks was it a miracle or model? What does human security in 21st C. mean? https://twitter.com/bgccih/status/791629471077896194 …
- — Mines Action Canada (@MinesActionCan)Thu, Oct 27 2016 14:44:59
- — Bill Graham Centre (@BGCCIH)Thu, Oct 27 2016 14:58:10NGOs played key role in shifting focus to humanitarian and social costs of land mines. How important was this paradigm shift? #OttawaProcess
- — Mines Action Canada (@MinesActionCan)Thu, Oct 27 2016 15:01:57Highest common values not lowest common denominator in #OttawaProcess led to strong treaty. Sinclair