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The Penfield Lecture was inaugurated in 1985 to honour Wilder Penfield, pioneering neurosurgeon and founder of The Neuro.

Speaker: Christine Petit

Professor, College de France, Chair of Genetics and Cellular Physiology

Professor “Classe exceptionnelle”, Institut Pasteur, laboratory of Genetics and Physiology of Hearing

Head of Inserm UMRS1120, Pierre et Marie Curie Université (UPMC), Paris, FRANCE

Classified as: The Neuro, Neuro Named Lectures, hs-communications, MNI
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Anti-crime initiatives in low-income neighborhoods often lead to increased policing and evictions of tenants. Such a situation contributes to gentrification and the displacement of less fortunate and racialized communities to other neighborhoods. In response to this issue, many city dwellers in both Chicago and Montreal are taking steps to advocate for affordable housing and equal access to public space.

Classified as: race, Crime, gentrification, inégalités, ville en mouvement, urbanisme, activisme, mobilisation, communauté, politique
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