The Toronto Conference on Germany | Populism, Immigration, and Elections

Saturday, April 8, 2017 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ The Munk School of Global Affairs

The German Conference in Toronto is an annual event. It examines the state of the union in Germany, Europe’s most consequential country, as well as the relationship between Germany and Canada. The conference brings together policy makers, business leaders, scholars, members of the media, the German community, students, and the interested public. High-ranking speakers discuss central issues of politics, the economy, business, and foreign affairs from a Canadian and from a German perspective. By offering current and modern perspectives on Germany, the conference contributes to building a closer and more productive relationship between the two countries.

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
USA and Canada

Washington, DC Office
1023 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005 USA

+1-202-408-5444
+1-202-408-5537
fesdc[at]fesdc.org

Ottawa Office

+1-202-408-5444
canada[at]fesdc.org

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