QPIRG McGill presents Social Justice Days: Lovers and Fighters!

Intended to stimulate an alternative political culture in the McGill community and beyond, Social Justice Days is marking it’s 9th year with a week of workshops, discussions, film screenings, and social events engaging local and global issues. Social Justice Days testifies to the diversity of critical political engagement on the McGill campus, and offers students concrete opportunities to get active in their global community. Social Justice Days is an annual event that is organized and funded by the Quebec Public Interest Research Group at McGill University (QPIRG-McGill) and the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU). This years’ event are presented in collaboration with a wide variety of community organizations, campus groups, and working groups of QPIRG-McGill, including Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM), the Prisoner’s Correspondence Project, Inclusive Mental Health, the Collective of Spanish Immigrant in Montreal, Cinema Politica, Arc-en-Ciel d’Afrique, Art Contre la Charte, and more. Social Justice Days 2014 will be occurring from February 9th to 14th. The theme this year is Lovers and Fighters.

For the full schedule, please visit qpirgmcgill.org/socialjusticedays

Intended to stimulate an alternative political culture in the McGill community and beyond, Social Justice Days is marking it’s 9th year with a week of workshops, discussions, film screenings, and social events engaging local and global issues. Social Justice Days testifies to the diversity of critical political engagement on the McGill campus, and offers students concrete opportunities to get active in their global community.

Social Justice Days is an annual event that is organized and funded by the Quebec Public Interest Research Group at McGill University (QPIRG-McGill) and the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU). This years’ event are presented in collaboration with a wide variety of community organizations, campus groups, and working groups of QPIRG-McGill, including Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM), the Prisoner’s Correspondence Project, Inclusive Mental Health, the Collective of Spanish Immigrant in Montreal, Cinema Politica, Arc-en-Ciel d’Afrique, Art Contre la Charte, and more.

Social Justice Days 2014 will be occurring from February 9th to 14th. The theme this year is Lovers and Fighters. For the full schedule, please visit qpirgmcgill.org/socialjusticedays