Child Honouring with Raffi

Saturday, November 12, 2011 - 00:00 to 02:00

Date: Friday, November 11 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Location: OISE, University of Toronto, 252 Bloor St. West, Toronto

Cost: $12 per person; $20 per couple (please see "Available Options" below) Youth between 12 & 20 years are FREE


Join us for a Dynamic and Inspiring Evening with Raffi Cavoukian “Child Honouring: Respecting Earth & Child”

Raffi, of children’s music fame, comes to the world stage with a bold new message for adults – a holistic positive vision for societal change.

Child Honouring starts with three givens:


- We face planetary degradation that’s unprecedented in scale, which endangers the very young, and requires a remedy of equal scale.

-How we regard and treat our children is the key to building a humane and sustainable world.

- If we honour the child, the child will learn to honour his community and planet. And the early years is the most important time to begin fostering this attitude!

Following Raffi’s presentation:

Stay for a discussion with our Panel to explore practical ways of Child Honouring in our homes, schools and communities.

Our panelists are influential members of Ontario’s Adlerian Community:

Marion Balla, Beverley Cathcart-Ross, Althea Poulos and Alyson Schafer

 


Who should attend?

Parents, caregivers, teachers, students, family counselors and therapists.

BONUS! Raffi has promised to bring his guitar, and lead us in a song or two.

 


The evening is sponsored by ALFREDS - the Adler Learning Federation for Research, Education and Delivery of Services. A non-profit organization that supports the advancement of the humanistic philosophy of Alfred Adler.

Reserve your ticket by clicking here.

OISE
252 Bloor St. West
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 4.8072" N, 79° 23' 54.312" W
Ontario CA

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