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Elected officials from all levels of government and all parties discuss the challenges and solutions to young women’s involvement in politics, followed by small group discussions. Ample opportunity to ask questions and talk personally with the panelists.

Panelists Include: Andrea Horwath, MPP Hamilton Centre and Leader of the Ontario NDP; Elizabeth Witmer, MPP Kitchener-Waterloo, Progressive Conservative; Vanessa Long, Federal Green Candidate for Newmarket-Aurora; Additional panelists TBA.

Moderator: Sylvia Bashevkin, Principal of University College and a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto

When: Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 2011, Registration 6:30pm, Event 7pm-9:30pm

Where: University of Toronto – Hart House – Debates Room

Door prizes, coffee and dessert.


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