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EVENT: The Arts in Vienna: A Proud History, A Painful Past – Toronto

The Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership and the Munk School of Global Affairs at University of Toronto presented a discussion at the CBC’s Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto on “The Arts in Vienna: A Proud History, A Painful Past.”

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EVENT: The Arts in Vienna: A Proud History, A Painful Past – Calgary

The Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership presented a second discussion at the Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary on “The Arts in Vienna: A Proud History, A Painful Past.” The panel was followed by a piano recital performed by Calgary-born and Honens Prize Laureate Katherine Chi.

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EVENT: Vienna’s History and Legacy of the Past 150 Years

As part of the three week festival, “Vienna: City of Dreams,” sponsored by New York City’s famous Carnegie Hall, the Chumir Foundation held a symposium in late February examining the intersection of arts, politics and war in Vienna over the past 150 years.

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Vienna Philharmonic: Facing its Nazi Past But Struggling with Diversity

Joel Bell, Chumir Foundation Chair, discusses the Vienna Philharmonic’s Nazi past and current struggles with diversity on WQXR Classical radio in New York City on February 27, 2014.

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Performing Beethoven as a Birthright – NY Times

A series of panels, sponsored by the Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership, opened on Monday night at the Paley Center for Media. February 26, 2014.

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Breakenridge: When it comes to free speech, Redford let us down

It was fitting that as Alison Redford’s disappointing tenure as premier came to an abrupt end, we were offered a reminder of one of her earliest broken promises.

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