An Evening with Barbara Coloroso

Join the Discussion | The Bully, The Bullied, and The Not-So-Innocent Bystander
October 14, 2015 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Knox United Church | 400 Edmonton Street

Tickets $20 | Available at:

  • McNally Robinson Book Store, Grant Park Shopping Centre
  • Barb: 204-257-7511 (after September 1)

Barbara Coloroso is an internationally recognized speaker and author in the areas of parenting, teaching, school discipline, non-violent conflict resolution and reconciliatory justice. She is an educational consultant for school districts, the medical and business community, the criminal justice system and other educational associations around the world.

Barbara has served as a classroom teacher, a laboratory school instructor, and a university instructor. She will be speaking about Breaking the cycle of violence through her latest book:
“The Bully, The Bullied, and the Not so Innocent Bystander”

Examining how a child becomes a bully or the target of a bully as well as the role bystanders play in perpetuating the cycle of violence in our homes, schools, and communities requires that we examine both the why and the how.
Some bullied children whose cries went unheard, whose pains were ignored, whose oppression went unabated and unrelieved, have struck back with a vengeance and sorrow.

The Ethics Café presents: The Ethics of Sex

The Ethics of Sex

The Ethics of Sex

Let’s Talk About Sex

Join us for a drink and discussion
hosted by Dr. Neil McArthur
Wednesday September 16
The Tallest Poppy, 103 Sherbrook ST
Doors at 6pm, event at 7pm
Admission by donation

Manitoba ASCD Journal | Reflections

ASCD Manitoba | Summer 2015

Read about MARLs High School Ethic`s Bowl (p44) and the value of teaching ethics.

When asked about how working with ethical dilemmas has impacted her, she responded by saying that ethics “has helped me understand myself in many aspects. I have realized that I can think at much deeper levels than I ever thought was possible for me. This thinking has helped me both see myself differently as well as know myself at a much deeper level.”
– Quiana, grade 10 student and a member of the River East Collegiate Ethics Bowl Team

Public Talk | Dennis Edney


“If we can mistreat a child such as Omar Khadr from the age of 15, then who amongst us is safe?” — Dennis Edney


Friday, June 19, 2015
Broadway Disciples United Church | 396 Broadway
Doors: 6:30PM • Start: 7:00PM
Admission by donation: $15.00
Proceeds from this event will be used in support of Omar Khadr’s legal defence fund.
Sponsored by:
Peace Alliance Winnipeg (PAW)
Manitoba Association of Rights and Liberties (MARL)