Come by the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) at Concordia to learn more about the projects, publications, initiatives and working groups of your campus-community link for social change.
QPIRG’s core projects include: Study In Action (undergraduate/community/artist research conference), the Community-University Research Exchange (CURE), and an Alternative Library. QPIRG’s publications include School Schmool (activist day planner and radical guide) and Convergence (a journal of undergraduate and community research). QPIRG’s 30 working groups organize on a wide variety of issues ranging from anti-war organizing to prison justice, from art skillsharing to immigrant rights, from international solidarity to independent media. The QPIRG space is wheelchair accessible, with public computer terminals, wireless internet, as well as a lounge and meeting space. Come by our Open House — which will include snacks and drinks! — and learn more about social and environmental justice on campus and in the community. Feel free to pass by any time between 12pm-6pm.