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Jun 14, 2019
1:00pm-4:00pm, Jun 14, 2019
Room 3402ABC, DMCBH
What defines people’s belief systems is complex and personal. How do we maintain open, evidence-based dialogue with those who hold different worldviews than our own in a respectful and constructive environment? Come join the Science & Policy Integration Network (SPIN), in collaboration with Vancouver-based science communicator Alan Shapiro, for an interactive workshop and share your thoughts and experiences with us. The information we gather will be used to help us create resources and tools to support more open and evidence-based dialogue within our community.
Cost: FREE but registration is required. Please sign up at our Eventbrite page. Space is limited!
**This workshop is intended as a respectful and inclusive space. All thoughts and experiences are welcome.**