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Glen Pearson

Posts tagged “injustice

How Do You Measure Grief?

Posted on June 28, 2018

I spent some of morning yesterday speaking to a remarkable group of global academics, psychologists and numerous knowledgeable leaders from a variety of fields and who get together every two years in various locations around the world two discuss the implications of some of humanity’s greatest sadness.? This year they were in Canada. Officially titled the International Work Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement, I realized I was standing before a gathering of activists who seek to not only understand grief but to influence policymakers who hold the responsibility of improving the global conditions that lead to such earthly pain.? It was a challenge just to be in their midst; to address them was more than a little intimidating. If we desired to understand…

Sticks and Stones … and Nail Guns

Posted on June 27, 2010

Three big events took place yesterday – the World Cup, the G20 and the protests.? If you watched television at all, it was the latter that dominated the airwaves. There was something of the macabre in it all. Canadians aren’t used to this and so it was likely we just couldn’t stop watching it. As day gave way to night, the streets of Toronto grew ugly. Tens of thousands of protesters moved this way and that, while the police cordons ebbed a flowed – revivifying the scenes of over a decade ago, when similar confrontations took place at the Pacific Rim conference in Vancouver. While most of those protesting were suffused by intentions of peaceful complaint, others straggled in who were just looking to…


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