Critical Dialogues: Policing and Community Relations in Manitoba

Fri. Jan. 8, 2021

Global College invites you to join in an open dialogue and question session on "Policing and Community Relations in Manitoba" (live recording) with community leaders and members of the RCMP on January 14, 2021, at 11:00 AM

This webinar is part of a Critical Dialogues webinar series facilitated by Global College at the University of Winnipeg. The webinar series aim to encourage critical conversations on policing in relation to knotty issues, such as racism, crime, security, etc. in Canada. A major goal of the series is to enable a space conducive to holding critical dialogues on policing, and to use these kinds of conversations to mobilize awareness and encourage education about policing, human rights, peace, and social justice issues in Canada and beyond.

Sgt. Doug Lukawy, RCMP “D” Division
Const. Chris Joven, RCMP “D” Division
Titi Tijani, ACOMI President
Rhonda Thompson, Congress of Black Women
Rev. Edmund Laldin, St. Saviour’s Anglican Church
Eliakim Sibanda, Associate Chair of JM-PACS, GC, UofW; UofW History Professor

This inaugural "Policing and Community Relations in Manitoba" webinar in the series invites everyone (individuals, community leaders, members of the police, researchers, educators, etc.) to participate in an open dialogue and question session with community leaders and members of the RCMP. The session will engage the speakers in conversations on policing and community relations:

  • Date: January 14, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM; 
  • Please RSVP to attend the webinar; 
  • Webinar is free of cost.

For further inquiries, please contact Dr. Michael Eze at; Dr. Chigbo Anyaduba at