Saturday, February 20, 2010

Democracy Café

Introduction to Voting Systems: Why do they matter?

Monday, February 22, 6-8 pm
University of Toronto, Koffler House, 569 Spadina Avenue, room KP108

This will be the first in an informal series of weekly talk and discussion sessions under the rubric Democracy Café, sponsored by Canadians against Proroguing Parliament (Toronto Chapter). The series is intended to help members of the group educate themselves on the mechanics of parliamentary process in Canada, and to be prelude to a more formal series of courses for the general public.

All are welcome.

Suggested reading:

Speaker: Wayne Smith, Fair Vote Canada

Wayne Smith is Operations Coordinator for Free Geek Toronto, a non-profit organization that teaches people to make new computers from old. He is a passionate advocate for human rights, with a special interest in economic, social and cultural rights, and is a former Chair of the Amnesty International Toronto Organization. He is also a Campaign Coordinator for Fair Vote Canada, a national grassroots movement for fair voting reform. Wayne is a former national President of Fair Vote Canada, and was the founding Chair of the Fair Vote Canada Toronto Chapter and founding Director of the Fair Vote Ontario Campaign. He has been working for fair voting reform for ten years and doesn't know when to quit.

See you there!

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