School of Policy Studies

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Policy Speaker Series from the Queen's School of Policy Studies

Tim McTiernan: “Universities' Paths toward Reconciliation: 13 Principles, 5 Approaches and 6 Institutional Challenges”

Universities' Paths toward Reconciliation: 13 Principles, 5 Approaches and 6 Institutional Challenges

Tim McTiernan

Visiting Scholar, School of Policy Studies, 
fmr. President of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Kevin Page: “Building a Public Institution: The Experience of the Parliamentary Budget Officer”

Building a Public Institution: The Experience of the Parliamentary Budget Officer

Kevin Page

CEO, Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy, University of Ottawa; 
fmr Parliamentary Budget Officer, Canada

Wednesday March 28, 2018,  11:45 am 
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202

2018 Douglas J. Gibson Lecture: Robert Wolfe “Renegotiating NAFTA: A new model for North American economic (dis)integration”

2018 Douglas J. Gibson Lecture
Renegotiating NAFTA: A new model for North American economic (dis)integration

Robert Wolfe

Professor Emeritus
Queen's University

Thursday March 15, 2018,  12:00 pm 
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202

George Thomson: “Policy Making and the Law: Confessions of a Government Lawyer”

Policy Making and the Law: Confessions of a Government Lawyer

George Thomson

Distinguished Fellow, School of Policy Studies, 
Queen's University; fmr Senior Director International, 
National Judicial Institute

Thursday March 8, 2018,  12:00 pm 
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202

Marlene Brant Castellano: “Protest, Advocacy, Public Interest: Widening the avenues to influence public polic”

Protest, Advocacy, Public Interest: Widening the avenues to influence public policy

Marlene Brant Castellano

Professor Emerita and former Chair of Indigenous Studies
Trent University

Thursday March 1, 2018,  12:00 pm 
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202

Kathy L. Brock: "Medically Assisted Dying in the Canadian Federation: For Good but for Ill?"

Medically Assisted Dying in the Canadian Federation: For Good but for Ill?

Kathy L. Brock

Professor, School of Policy Studies, cross-appointed with the Department of Political Studies
Queen's University

Friday February 9, 2018,  12:00 pm 
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202

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