Imagining a Future Canada: An Interdisciplinary Conference | March 2-4th, 2017
In an increasingly interconnected world, there is a growing recognition of our interdependence. The Visions for Canada, 2042 conference explored ways innovative collaboration among researchers and the community may be the most effective response to Canada’s future challenges.
Civil servants, non-governmental organizers, university faculty, graduate students and alumni from across the ‘civic’ disciplines participated in a three night, two day conference to discuss research and ideas that help imagine Canada’s future in 2042.
Following the model of the Faculty of Public Affairs’s most innovative and renowned academic units – such as the Institute of Political Economy, the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, and the Kroeger College of Public Affairs — this conference was founded on a commitment to the value of interdisciplinary research on Canada’s future. This conference provided an opportunity to take advantage of the expertise of the Faculty of Public Affairs in Canada’s Capital to connect with those in Ottawa engaged in policy-making and governance.
The Future of Journalism in Canada – Aske, Sherry
Shaping Canada: Students as Activists – Bueckert, Michael , FitzGerald Murphy, Maggie , Khan, Ridhwan , Montgomery, Lauren , Orr, Steven and Przednowek, Anna
Stephen Saideman Presentation Notes: Academics in the Media Landscape: The Role of the Scholar-Columnist-Bloggers – Saideman, S.M. (Stephen M.)
In Defense of Majoritarianism – Winer, S.L. (Stanley)
Speculative Design/Indigenous Futurisms – Hoque, Anna Shah
FPA Roundtable – Speaking Notes – Bivens, R. (Rena)
There’s an App for That? : The Unicorns of Speculative Design – Farrall, Joanne
Dean’s Message – Plourde, A. (André)
Building the Parliament of 2042: Fostering cross-party cooperation – Thomas, Paul E.J.
Pathways : Managing the complexity and uncertainty of low-carbon transitions – Rosenbloom, Daniel
Intersectionality as a Politics of Caring Attention – Ghandeharian, Sacha
Climate Policy in Canada: Drivers, Trends and Barriers – Gunn, C. (Christopher M.) and Khan, H.U. (Hashmat)
A Feminist Foreign Policy for Canada by 2042?: Prospects, Possibilities and Pitfalls – Robinson, F. (Fiona)
Canada’s Standard of Living in 2042 : Will Policy Keep Pace with Technology? – Gunn, C. (Christopher M.) and Khan, H.U. (Hashmat)
There’s an App for that? : Imagining a Canadian future free from sexual and racial violence through speculative design – Bivens, R. (Rena) , Hoque, Anna Shah , Farrall, Joanne and Rajani, Nasreen
Reimagining Government with the Ethics of Care: A Department of Care – FitzGerald Murphy, Maggie
Thinking with trans- masculinities in times of crises – Irving, D. (Dan)
Internationalization Strategies for the Global Knowledge Society – Szyszlo, Peter
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