CFE Virtual Forum Series: Is It Time to Re-examine Limits on Workplace Free Expression?

CFE Virtual Forum Series: Is It Time to Re-examine Limits on Workplace Free Expression?


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Tuesday June 2, 2020 8:00pm to 9:30pm

ryerson.zoom.us/j/92055805209


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CFE Virtual Forum Series:

Constitutional protection for free expression does not extend to the workplace. To the contrary, most employees face many restrictions on their free expression, which only seem to be expanding in the era of social media. Join a panel of experts in exploring what those restrictions are, how they are changing, and what are the consequences for the employees, the employer and society, especially in times of crisis like now when essential workers are being stopped from informing the public of concerns about their workplaces. 

Zoom link to event: ryerson.zoom.us/j/92055805209

Panelists:

David Hutton, Co-founder of the Whistleblowing International Network, management consultant, Senior Fellow of the Centre for Free Expression

Danielle McLaughlin, Former Director of Education, Canadian Civil Liberties Association

Charles Smith, Associate Professor of Political Science. St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewanand Co-Editor of Labour/ Le Travail

Moderator:

James L. Turk, Director, Centre for Free Expression, Ryerson University

 

This is a free event and no registration is required.

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