Trading in Violence, Building for Peace: Challenging the Corporate State

November 15-17, 2002

George Bush's war on terrorism is not going to solve any of the world's problems, nor prevent further terrorist attacks. Democratic expression in the form of protest is facing an increasingly violent police force around the world and here at home. The US Empire's military policy is driven by global corporate interests, and these same interests are driving the pillage of the world for profit. This conference is about the future - not a future of violence, war and exploitation but a future of peace and global justice.

Listen to Helen Caldicott's conference keynote on the Athabasca University Digital Library