Speaking Event:
The Surprising Birth of the International Criminal Court

The Toronto Dollar Supper Club invites you to hear
Erna Paris, Author, Historian, Journalist
Monday October 31
“The Surprising Birth of the International Criminal Court”

Erna Paris is the author of Long Shadows: Truth, Lies, and History which The Literary Review of Canada calls one of the hundred most important books ever written in Canada. Ms. Paris is winner of ten national and international writing awards for her books, feature writing, and documentaries.  Her works have been published in fourteen countries and translated into eight languages. Erna’s most recent work, The Sun Climbs Slow: The International Criminal Court and the Struggle for Justice was first on The Globe and Mail‘s “best book of the year” list and shortlisted for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing. Erna is a member of the Honorary Council of the Canadian Centre for International Justice and a past chair of the Writers’ Union of Canada.

Reserve seats for the dinner by emailing supperclub@torontodollar.com
or by calling 416-361-0466.
Time: Monday, October 31: Socializing at 5:30, followed by dinner.
Ms. Paris will speak at 7 p.m.
Place:  Hot House Cafe, corner of Church and Front streets.
Cost: $30 Toronto Dollars (includes taxes and gratuities; drinks extra)
Toronto Dollars are available at the event.

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