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   Adrees Latif    Adrienne Arsenault    Joseph Wong    Nam Kiwanuka    Kevin Dyer
Bearing witness at the borders: A dangerous and necessary practice

This panel will illuminate the work of artists, journalists and policy makers who are compelled to bear witness and, by doing so, affect change.


Nam Kiwanuka
Broadcaster, TVO
Co-host – The Agenda


Adrienne Arsenault
Emmy Award Winning Journalist, CBC News
Host - The National

Kevin Dyer
Theatre Maker

Adrees Latif
Reuters Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist

Joseph Wong
Halbert Professor of Innovation at the Munk School
of Global Affairs & Public Policy


Audio Describer
Kat Germain will be the audio-describer for this panel. Headsets will be made available to those who request them at ahead of the event.

American Sign Language
There will be an ASL interpreter for this panel.


Adrienne Arsenault  ▸

Kevin Dyer  ▸

Nam Kiwanuka  ▸

Adrees Latif  ▸

Professor Joseph Wong  ▸


Advance registration recommended

Audio Describer availableASL Interpreter available

Co-produced by

British Council
Harbourfront Centre

In association with

Munk School

Media partner

The Globe and Mail

The participation of Adrees Latif
is generously supported by

Lectures Learning
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