Oct
19
6:30pm 6:30pm

Research Remixed

Join us for the launch of Victoria's Student Housing Crisis Research Publication & Poetry Slam

Attend and discover, through a variety of presentation formats, the exciting research happening at VIPIRG and hear stories and poems by local poets.

Copies of the research publication will be provided

Thursday, October 19
6:30pm
Wild Coffee (632 Yates St)

This event is happening on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Lkwugen speaking people.

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Nov
8
6:30pm 6:30pm

Complexities of Non-Profits

  • Michele Pujol Room (UVic Student Union Building) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This event will mostly be targeted towards people who are interested in starting to work in this field or want to gain a more nuanced perspective. Some of the goals of the event are to share stories from people working in the field/activists, offer a realistic picture of non-profit work and support interested students to find work that aligns with their values.

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Sep
5
3:00pm 3:00pm

UVic New Student Welcome Information Fair 2017

The Information fair will cap off New Student Welcome Day, when 3,000 new students are introduced to campus. This event is a great opportunity for VIPIRG to showcase the great work we do.

The focus for this year’s information fair is UVic student support and success services, in order to maximize new students’ exposure to the support available on campus that will help them succeed here at UVic. 

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Mar
24
to Mar 26

2ND ANNUAL VIPIRG CONFERENCE

Have you ever wondered what the world would look like in the future? Currently, humanity is faced with all sorts of hardships; from climate change to the mass media, and as time goes on, one of the most relevant questions people ask is if things are going to get better or worse. 

One of the ways to answer this question involves looking at the world through a perspective of research, community organizing, social movements, and activism. Last year, we explored the intersections of racism, sexism, and environmentalism. This year we are going to examine what those very issues are going to look like in the future. 

Our conference is going to have six different panels with students,academics, activists, and community organizers from Victoria and elsewhere talking about their visions for the future of our planet. This will be accompanied by a keynote event with Kat Blaque, a transgender woman of color that is known for the YouTube show, True Tea. She will be talking about the ways in which internet culture has potential to shape our society going through the 21st century.

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