Justice for Ned Livingston Peart
Who: Migrant Worker, allies and community groups
What: Human Rights Tribunal into death of migrant worker Ned
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 (email@example.com).
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
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.
DisOrientation is a radically different, politically progressive week of events that will offer all students and community members access, critical thought and insight into the exciting and political social justice spheres that exist within and beyond York U.
WORKSHOPS! DIRECT ACTION! FILM SCREENINGS! PANELS! AND MUCH MORE!
***** ALL EVENTS FREE, WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE and CHILDCARE AVAILABLE! *****
OPIRG York has endorsed the 2012 May Day Rally! Tuesday May 1 at 4pm, meet at Nathan Phillips Square.
OPIRG York has endorsed the April 28th Walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship in Six Nations. There are affordable bus rides leaving downtown Toronto to Kanonhstaton on the day of! Sign up at http://april28coalition.wordpress.com/our-transportation-registration-form/
2012 Annual General Meeting for the Ontario Public Interest Research Group @ York U Tuesday March 27th, 2012 2pm to 4pm Student Centre RM. 307 Refreshments and Food served! Everyone welcome!
Join the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) and allies for a march and rally on Friday, March 16th, in the lead up to the 2012 Provincial Budget. The McGuinty government has hired former head of the TD bank, Don Drummond, to propose and provide the basis for massive social cutbacks in their 2012 budget. It is being drafted as the Provincial component of the austerity agenda that is gathering force across Canada and internationally. City Hall, Queen`s Park and Ottawa are delivering austerity, but clearly it is being cooked-up on Bay Street by bankers like Drummond to the benefit of their rich friends.
Numerous sophisticated alternatives to the use of animals exist including models and simulators, film and video, multimedia computer simulation, student self-experimentation, ethically-sourced animal cadavers, clinical practice,and in vitro labs.
Please join us to learn more from three guest speakers:Olivier Berreville, Nick Wright, & Liz White.