#ShowMeYourID and A Crash-Course in Electoral Reform

Join the CCP for two great events over the next few weeks!!


March 30th from 630-830 at Innis Town Hall, come and join in a night of conversation surrounding the movement to end carding in the City of Toronto.

With four amazing panelists, Akio Maroon, Chair of the Board of Directors at Maggie’s Toronto Sex Workers Action Project, Knia Singh, President and Founder of the Osgoode Society Against Institutional Injustice (OSAII), Caitlyn Kasper, Lawyer with Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, and Alok Mukherjee a Visiting Professor at Ryerson, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and Criminology, former Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board engage in conversations surrounding collective action to address discriminatory policing practices in Toronto.

show me your id


with Dave Meslin

April 7th from 6-8 in the Hart House Music Room join together for a crash course in electoral reform. Join us for an in-depth discussion about how different voting systems affect levels of participation, diversity, inclusiveness and fairness. This is valuable information for anyone who is interested in politics, but also for any organisation that wants to look at their own internal voting system (regional chapters, school councils, etc) and think about how they could increase engagement by reforming their own process.




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