Oct 20

Get Involved at OPIRG York! We currently have 7 working groups. Please email victoria@opirgyork.ca to find out more!

Sep 23 to Sep 27

OPIRG-York presents DisOrientation 2013: “Art in Rebellion!”

Aug 16

OPIRG-York statement of support for the Immediate release of York University professor John Greyson and London doctor Tarek Loubani

OPIRG York Logo
Jul 15 to Aug 2

Six-month contract for a full-time position of Coordinator of Administration and Information
Start Date: August 19, 2013

OPIRG - The Ontario Public Interest Research Group - is a student-based social justice, education and action organization at York University. OPIRG York is currently hiring for a six-month term for the Coordinator of Administration and Information position to replace a permanent staff member on leave. The employment term will end February 24, 2014. This is a unionized position with CUPE Local 1281.

May 21 to May 28

Interested in working in social justice, education and action?

OPIRG York is currently hiring for TWO summer staff positions:
Resource Centre Assistant
Special Events and Programming Coordinator

Apr 17

Justice for Ned Livingston Peart

Who: Migrant Worker, allies and community groups

What: Human Rights Tribunal into death of migrant worker Ned
Livingston Peart

Mar 14 to Mar 19

OPIRG’s Annual General Meeting is quickly approaching - April 9th - and we need you! At the AGM we will be electing board members for our Board of Directors (2013-2014), and so if you’re passionate about OPIRG York and the work we do, please consider applying! Nomination forms can be picked up at the OPIRG York office door (Room c449 Student Centre) and can be obtained by email (opirgyork2013election@gmail.com).

Consensus Decision-Making Workshop
Mar 6

Join us for an exciting session on consensus-decision making! Learn the tools to collectively empower members of your organization.
Wednesday, March 6th
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Chancellor's Lounge, Student Centre, York University

Rebuilding Bridges Poster
Nov 15 to Nov 18

Nov 15 - Nov 18
Rebuilding Bridges is a convergence of community organizers, educators, radicals and activists from across different social movements, intent on engaging in conversations and discussions about our political work.