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Strategy conference planned for December

Matthew Clark — December 1983

A conference on planning disarmament actions for 1984 will be hosted by the Toronto Disarmament Network, December 10 and 11, al the Hart House, the University of Toronto. The proposed agenda includes plenary sessions and workshop sessions on the Peace Petition Caravan; Intervention and Disarmament; Organising and Building the Movement; Labour and Disarmament; Women and Disarmament; The Arms Race and Disarmament Negotiations; and Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons. The Sunday morning workshops will all discuss strategies for 1984, and the Sunday afternoon plenary will be devoted to turning the weekend’s discussions into specific action proposals for the TDN.

Anyone interested in attending the conference should contact Matthew Clark, the Toronto Disarmament Network, 736 Bathurst St., Toronto, Ont., M5S 2R4, or phone xxx-xxxx.

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