Participants at first Parliamentary Interfaith Breakfast, Nov 20th, Ottawa.
(Photo: Frank Scheme)
Mykhailivska Square, Kiev, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Famine of 1932-33.
Residents lit 33,000 candles in tribute to the millions who starved to death.
(See David's talk in Kiev on the Famine under David's Speeches). (Photo: Lubomir Markevych)
From right to left: Nazanin Afshin-Jam, Payam Akhavan, Charles Steele Jr., Lewis Mackenzie and David
at recent conference on Darfur in Montreal. MC was Beryl Wajsman (The Montreal Institute of Public Affairs)
International researchers and David in Fagarash, Romania,
after a conference on totalitarianism.
Students from Mexico, teachers and David seeing Canada's Parliament
Photo Credit: Frank P. Scheme
David with Joanna Gualtieri, both guest speakers at the Change
Management course of Prof Gerard Seijts at the Ivey School of
Business, University of Western Ontario.
5 April 2006
Ottawa Staff Holiday Lunch 2005 - House of Commons Foyer
From left to right: Margo Bergeron, Mohan Samarasinghe,
David, Columbia Washington, Cynthia Guibord, Janice Luke, Halcian Joseph and
David at the Congolese Roundtable held on Parliament Hill on November
26th, when the Congress of
Congolese-Canadians (CCC) was formed. To David's left is Rev Oscar Boloko,
Chair and initiator of forum, and forestry expert Denis Bouteau, who made a
presentation at the Roundtable. To David's right is
David makes a statement against continuing persecution of Falun Gong
in China during a press conference on Parliament Hill. Also in the picture are Lucy Zhao
(left), Xun Li (centre) and Alex Neve, head of Amnesty International
David at the University of Western Ontario International
Conference on Darfur. From Left to right, Prof. John Weiss, Norman Epstein,
Ze'ev Kalin, David, Haider, Justin Laku, Bhakeri and Stephanie Van Hassel
David with Prime Minister-elect Sein Win of Burma's
National Coalition Government in exile (4th from right), Charm Tong, one of
TIME magazine's Asian Heroes 2005 (2nd from right), and other
participants at the Seminar on the Implementation of the House of Commons
Motion on Burma, on October 24, 2005 at Parliament Hill.
with Amnesty International Secretary General
Irene Khan and Head of Amnesty Canada
David with the owners of the National Treasures of China
Masterpieces Exhibition. From left to right, Tony Dai (President
of Australian Chinese Culture and Art Association), Ms. Susan Huang, Ms. Mei-Ling
Dai, Rongtian Qi and David
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