Front Lines Beat Pipelines!

INDIGENOUS LAND & WATER PROTECTORS SPEAK OUT: FRONT LINES BEAT PIPELINES! Oct 17 - 7pm - Fir 128 - KPU Surrey- 12666 72 Ave. share it on facebook here With a traditional welcome & opening by LEKEYTEN, of the Kwantlen Nation, (currently our KPU Elder-in-Residence), AND joined by LEN PIERRE, a respected member of the... Continue Reading →

Special General Meeting: July 24

Here are PDF's of our Constitution & Bylaws which show our proposed amendments.  (Please note where text is to be removed, there's a "strikethrough" and new additions to the text are in colour and underlined.) Click here for the PDF of our Constitution and here to view the changes to the by-laws. Here is the... Continue Reading →

Workshop: Intro to Open Publishing

Your Kwantlen Public Interest Research Group invites you to the 3rd in our OPEN ACCESS MEDIA WORKSHOP SERIES: ** Intro to Open Publishing ** Tuesday July 3 at KPU Surrey 2pm · Birch 250 (above the bookstore) {rsvp & share this event on facebook} Build your research & design skills! Learn how to use open... Continue Reading →

Surrey Screening: Migrant Dreams

Join us on Thursday from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m at Surrey Central Library (Ambedkar Room, 4th floor) for an encore screening of "Migrant Dreams"! The film takes an in-depth look at the realities of migrant workers who come to Canada under the Temporary Foreign Worker’s Program: “A group of migrant farm workers dare to resist... Continue Reading →

Disability History and Culture 101 Workshop with Q

KPIRG is excited to host disability justice activist and artist Q for an exciting workshop! Join us as we learn more about erased histories of disability activism and culture! WHEN: JUNE 5th, 5-7 PM WHERE: BIRCH 250* "504 sit-in; Capitol Crawl; Aktion T4; ADAPT; ASAN; Mia Mingus; Wheelchair Sports Camp; identity- vs. person-first language; disability... Continue Reading →

Join KPIRG’s Summer Organizing School

KPIRG is excited to announce that registrations are now open for the 2018 Summer Intensive on Community Organizing and Social Justice (or the 'Summer Organizing School', SOS as we like to call it.) Registration is free & there is no cost to attend any of our events. Click here for the summer schedule or check... Continue Reading →

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