Executive Director of Amnesty International Canada Francophone
Canadaland Presents: Détours Live with Emilie Nicolas
- Points of View
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3
Doors: 7 PM
Show: 8 PM
Price in advance: $18.50 (fees included)
Price at the door: $23
Taxes not included
The discussion will be held in French with a Q&A in English and French.
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Take part in a live podcast recording discussing online hate and journalism in Canada.
An intimate discussion with the journalist and host of Détours Emilie Nicolas. With a panel of special guests, Emilie will look at the (online) hatred women are increasingly exposed to when they speak out publicly on the issues that matter to them. Why is the public arena becoming increasingly violent? How have women been coping, and resisting? And what can be done to put an end to this violence?
Emilie Nicolas is a columnist for Le Devoir and host of the “Détours” podcast on Canadaland. She is also a frequent media commentator, analyst, speaker, educator and consultant on public policy, equity, human rights, international cooperation, race and gender issues. Nicolas regularly contributes to CBC’s Power & Politics and CTV’s PowerPlay and has been published in several French and English journals, magazines, and newspapers. More recently, she won the 2020 Excellence Award for Best Essay for the Quebec cultural magazine (SODEP) for an article in Revue Liberté.
Assistant professor at the University of Ottawa, co-founder of Femmes Expertes and author
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