Video – Eroding Democracy: Canada’s Public Science Policy in a New Regime of Governance

On Tuesday May 27, 2014 as part of Congress 2014, a panel discussed the current government’s science policy, access to information, the ability of government scientists to communicate freely with each other, the public, and the media. This cross-disciplinary panel was jointly hosted by the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians, Canadian Population Society, Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, Canadian Society for the Study of Education, and the Canadian Sociological Association.

Panelists included Dr. Janet Friskney, Past-President of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, Dr. James Turk, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers, and author and artist Franke James. is pleased to present a video of the session.

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