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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 13:48

Awaking the Dreamer Symposium in Hamilton

Written by  Rob Porter

This event is on Sunday February 5, 2011 starting at 9:00am.

The Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium is an interactive transformational workshop that inspires participants to play a role in creating a new future which encompasses an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, and socially just human presence on this planet. The workshop is not a how-to on changing the world, but rather it brings about the answers in each and every one of us and empowers us to take action.

For more info see the website at: http://awakeningthedreamer.org/ and you can register on that site (free) or click this link.



Last modified on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 14:41
Rob Porter

Rob Porter

Rob joined Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace in 2002, after attending the first Annual Conference on Peace Education in Canada when he started his second university undergraduate degree.

Originally from a farm near Walkerton, Ontario, Rob resides in Hamilton, Ontario where he attended McMaster University for music, theatre & film studies, and peace studies.

Rob has assisted with the Annual Conferences on Peace Education in Canada over the years, first as a volunteer student and later as the facilitator and coordinator. He is now the director of the first community Peace Café, Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace.

Rob also is a professional web programmer and designer, having designed and programmed dozens of sites since 1997. More recently he has incorporated a business partnership called CartaNova.

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