Media Advisory - Conflict, Reconstruction and the Dilemma of Canadian Interventions



    MONTREAL, March 19 /CNW/ - Experts from across the country and abroad
discuss how, where, when, and why Canada could and should intervene in global
trouble spots.
    Sessions examine: Afghanistan; Haiti; Constructing functioning
post-conflict economies; Collaboration and international interventions;
conditions for domestic stability and human rights.
    Keynote addresses given by: Michel Soula, Head, Crisis Management Policy
Section, NATO Headquarters, and Robert Greenhill, President, Canadian
International Development Agency.
    The conference is organized by the Canadian Institute of International
Affairs (CIIA) a non-profit, non-governmental organization that has been
providing Canadians with a non-partisan, nation-wide forum for discussion,
analysis and debate of foreign policy issues since 1928.

    
    Date:   Thursday 22 March - Friday 23 March 2007
    Time:   March 22: 9:00am-7:30pm; March 23: 9:00am-2:30pm
    Place:  Omni Hotel
            1050 Sherbrooke Street West, Montréal
    

    Media are invited to attend the conference for free - please provide
accreditation.
    For additional information on the conference, visit www.ciia.org.





For further information:

For further information: Jordan Dupuis, Program Director, Canadian
Institute of International Affairs, (416) 977-9000 ext 23

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