Walk Toronto invites you to celebrate our sixth anniversary with Right to Walk TO, a panel discussion that explores walking – the love of it, our need for it, and its meaning – through a justice and equity lens.
This event is a love letter to walking, as well as a critical look at the walking experience our city creates, from different perspectives.
We have a fantastic, dynamic group of speakers whom we’ve challenged to think about their work a little differently, and we’re excited to bring the conversation to you.
- Philip Cote, Young Spiritual Elder, Indigenous Artist, Activist, Educator, Historian, and Traditional Wisdom Keeper
- Nadia Halim, Longtime Toronto Walker and Walk Organizer, Host of the Podcast The Opposite of Lonely
- Daniella Levy-Pinto, Pedestrian Safety and Accessibility Activist
The format is brief presentations by the speakers followed by a moderated panel discussion and Q&A from the audience. We are delighted to have engaged as our moderator Zahra Ebrahim, Urbanist, Professor, and Human-centred Designer.
Date, Time and Location
Tue, 26 March 2019
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Innis Town Hall
Innis College, University of Toronto
2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto
6:30 PM — Doors Open, Sign-in, Snacks
7:00 PM — Panel Discussion and Q&A
8:45 PM — Wrap-up and Networking
The event is free but registration is required.
We thank our event sponsors: University of Toronto Urban Studies Program, University of Toronto School of Cities, public space workshop,and Spacing. This event would not be possible without their generous support.