24 April 2017 - 5:30pm to 24 April 2017 - 7:30pm

Global Centre for Pluralism’s new international headquarters, 330 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ON

On 24 April, Global Centre for Pluralism and the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation invite you to join us for the official launch of the Pluralism Project’s research findings
and a discussion about the policy implications at the Centre’s new headquarters (See details here).

2015 fellow Bessma Momani and 2015 mentor Jillian Stirk will present the findings of their coast-to-coast investigation of the economic benefits of diversity in Canada. The Pluralism Project is one of the targeted-area-of-inquiry initiatives supported by the Foundation.

Seating is very limited. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. This event will be live-streamed. Details will be sent soon.

To have details about the discussion and register



Bessma Momani

Professor Bessma Momani is an expert on global economic governance issues, Canadian foreign policy, Arab Spring, Arab Canadians and Arab youth.

2015 Fellows

Jillian Stirk

Retired after 30 years of service in the foreign service, she brings strategic expertise in foreign policy and multilateral negotiations.

2015 Mentors