Joel Harden: Community Organizing and Collective Action

12 mars 2019 · 17:30 à 19:00

Join students in INS 5103 (Collective Action Strategies and Discourses) for a conversation with Joel Harden, MPP for Ottawa Centre, and long-time organizer and social justice advocate.

All are welcome!

About Joel:
Joel Harden is an educator, a community organizer, a writer, and a father of two young children. He is a proud Ottawa Centre resident who has spent a lifetime advocating for social and environmental justice.

While at the Canadian Labour Congress, Joel designed the campaign that won an expansion of the Canada Pension Plan. In 2012, Joel left the CLC to write a book on grassroots social movements, and teach in the Department of Law and Legal Studies at Carleton University.

Prior to being elected as Ottawa Centre’s MPP, Joel worked as the National Researcher for the Canadian Federation of Students, and was part of the successful campaign against the Energy East Pipeline. He has served as President of the Colonel By Child Care Centre and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from York University.

At the Ontario legislature, Joel’s parliamentary roles include sitting on the Standing Committee on Social Policy, and the Official Opposition Critic for Seniors; Accessibility and Persons with Disabilities and Pensions.