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Canadian Peace Congress to hold international dialogue in Toronto in November

Hans Blumenfeld — November 1984

The peace movement is growing all over the world. Governments are beginning to support its demands in words — but not in deeds. The arms race continues; more is needed to achieve a breakthrough: The peace movement must strengthen its unity and start new initiatives.

The Canadian Peace Congress has invited all sections of the peace movement to a Dialogue, to be held November 23-26 in Toronto, at the Skyline Hotel. A wide variety of peace organizations from all continents, including official agencies of the United Nations as well as NGOs affiliated with the UN will be represented.

This is a unique opportunity to learn from world-wide experience, to deepen mutual understanding, and, above all, to develop new and more effective ways to bring about disarmament and peace on our threatened planet. For Torontonians, this is a great chance to meet peace workers from other countries. There will be a public meeting at 7:30 pm on Saturday November 24 at the Convocation Hall on U. of T. campus. Watch out for announcements, or call the Canadian’ Peace Congress at xxx-xxxx.

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