Ralph Nader: Corporate Crime, State Violence

and Accountability - Criminology Week 2018 - Moving Beyond Insecurity and Exclusion
Monday, 24 September 2018 - 6:15 pm to 8:30 pm
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Huguette Labelle Hall (Room 112)
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Sophie Mathiaut
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$10 – Alumni, Professors and Support Staff $5 – Students $15 – General Public
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In celebration of the Department of Criminology’s 50th anniversary, the Shawn and Khush Singh Distinguished Lecture Series presents

Keynote speaker: Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, author and former U.S. presidential candidate

Ralph Nader is one of America’s most effective social critics. His analyses and advocacy have enhanced public awareness and increased government and corporate accountability. And his example has inspired a whole generation of consumer advocates, citizen activists, and public interest lawyers who, in turn, have established their own organizations throughout the country. 

Immediately following Ralph Nader’s presentation, a bilingual panel of experts from the Department of Criminology of the Faculty of Social Sciences’ will share their insights concerning the shifting political landscape and its impact on the patterns and regulation of corporate crime and state violence.


* Keynote speech is in English only. Bilingual panel discussion to follow.

This event in part of Criminology Week 2018: Moving Beyond Insecurity and Exclusion.