The Human Rights Research and Education Centre is pleased to partner with the Canadian Housing Research Network, the Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services and LEVEL, Changing Lives through Law to present the screening of:
PUSH The Film
Realizing the Right to Housing at the Global, National and Local Scales
PUSH is a documentary shedding light on the global phenomenon of the commodification of housing and consequent lack of affordability, especially through the eyes of Leilani Farha, United Nations Special Rapporteur ont the Right to Adequate Housing who lives in Canada.
Monday, November 4, 2019
4 to 7 pm
SOCIAL SCIENCES Building | FSS4007
(120 University Private, University of Ottawa)
Free and open to all.
The screening will be followed by a panel of housing rights experts,
moderated by Kimberley MOLINA, Reporter from CBC Ottawa:
- Leilani FARHA | United Nations Special Rapporteur on adequate housing & Community Member, Human Rights Research and Education Centre, uOttawa
- Jeff MORRISON | Executive Director, Canadian Housing and Renewal Association
- Carolyn WHITZMAN | Professor of urban planning & Bank of Montreal Visiting Scholar 2019-2020, Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies, uOttawa