Jul 30, 2011

First Nations education: Can we afford to miss out?

Needs No Introduction
Chief Shawn Atleo, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, speaks at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences about First Nations youth and access to quality education.
Jul 30, 2011

It's the ReadNex Poetry Squad

Migrant Matters
Poets to read about. Three-fifths of the squad speak their mind about all things at the heart of hip-hop including women and youth poets, and solidarity work with the most socially disempowered.
Jul 23, 2011

Global university rankings

Nick Falvo
The European University Association (EUA) recently released a report they had commissioned entitled Global University Rankings and Their Impact.
Jul 7, 2011

Equity in Aboriginal education is the only way forward

Malinda S. Smith
We laud ourselves for supporting education of children in Afghanistan, while First Nations children get 60 to 80 per cent of government education investment received by non-Aboriginal children here.
Jun 15, 2011

Students support the postal workers' strike

Students for posties
We join our voices with CUPW in demanding a fair wage, safe working conditions, stable employment and decent benefits for all Canadian postal workers.
Jun 13, 2011

Wave of Pink against homophobia

On June 14, the Burnaby Board of Education votes on a policy against homophobia and heterosexism. A local Christian church has been very vocal in their opposition to the policy.
Jun 9, 2011
RebELLEs march

RebELLEs: A revolution within our movement

Sarah.kay Granke and Jodie Layne
Over 350 young feminists from across Canada and Quebec assembled at the University of Winnipeg over the 2011 May long weekend for the second PanCanadian Young Feminist Gathering.


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