"R/Evolution": Film Screening and Panel Discussion

April 18, 2012



“R/Evolution”, produced the World Servers Foundation in Geneva with its Executive Producer, Gillian Wright, was released in 2011 as a collage of creative, courageous, and inspiring initiatives by individuals, groups, communities, and movements around the world that exemplify a new way of thinking about leadership.

In so doing the film poses the poignant question, “Is the evolution of humanity dependent on a revolution in thinking?” The film includes in its ‘world scan’ Severn Suzuki on Jericho Beach reflecting on our challenges 20 years after her address to UNESCO. Gillian Wright will join a panel (see below) after the 65-minute documentary leading an audience-interactive discussion of the documentary and its focus on new leadership thinking.

Panel:

Lisa Helps, City Councillor, City of Victoria;
Stacy Toews, Co-founder, Level Ground Trading;
Stephen Whipp, CFP, Managing Director, Stephen Whipp Financial, Responsible Asset Management, Wolverton Securities Ltd.;
Gillian Wright, Executive Producer of “R/Evolution”

Location on Campus: Dialogue Centre, Royal Roads (4th Floor, Learning and Innovation Centre)
Doors Open: 4:30
Screening: 4:50 – 5:55
Panel and Audience Interaction: 6:00 – 7:00

Register HERE to Attend In Person or through Live-Stream Web Video.

Those attending through live-stream video online will receive instructions 48 hours in advance of the event.
This event is open to members of the University and the greater Victoria Community for a minimum $5 donation at the door or by mail to the Youth Program of Volunteer Victoria.

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