This community classroom is developed in response to a phenomenon of increasing precarious work across industries therefore increasing economic insecurity. It is no longer adequate to assume that under the current economic system, there is a decent paid job for everyone and the full-time, all-the-time employment is the norm. Under this circumstance, what would our future look like if our social infrastructure remains the same?
To understand where we are now and where we want to (and can) go; the risks if we do not demand more for ourselves and next generations. Importantly, we hope to explore these issues while also foregrounding issues of sustainability and ethics.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
251 Bank St. 2nd floor
Sponsored by Public Service Alliance of Canada - National Capital Region
Media sponsor: rabble.ca
Registration is FREE but please phone 613-233-2589 or e-mail email@example.com to register. So we will have an idea the number of people to expect. Thank you for your cooperation!
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Maggie FitzGerald Murphy. Maggie is a doctoral candidate in political science at Carleton University. Her areas of research include feminist care ethics, feminist political economy, and decolonial philosophy.
Kimalee Phillip is a Senior Equality Officer at the Canadian Union of Public Employees where her work focus is on anti-racism issues, legislation, policies and organizing.