We are looking forward to seeing everyone in Toronto this weekend. Here’s a map to help you find your way to the Bissell building, where most conference panels will be held, and other spots on campus. We will have printed copies available at the registration table.
UDC participants are encouraged to join the Toronto May Day rally and march, which starts at 5pm on Friday, May 1, at Nathan Philips Square, outside Toronto City Hall (Bay and Queen streets). The march will end with performances at St. James park. This year’s May Day organizing highlights struggles around eight themes
- Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination;
- Migrant workers’ resistance to border imperialism;
- Solidarity with working class struggle globally;
- Anti-poverty and anti-austerity organizing;
- Student strikes and academic labour battles against neoliberalization;
- Environmental Justice;
- Militant rank and file labour movements;
- Gender Justice
The conference program has been published. Please use the drop down menu under the “program” tab to read the schedule for each day of the conference. We will publish abstracts for each presentation over the next two weeks. Please remember to register before April 15, 2015.
See you in a few weeks!