We’re excited to join the University of Alberta Sustainability Council for Sustainability Awareness Week from October 24th – 28th!

Here’s when and where you can find us:

SAW Fair in SUB
Monday, October 24th
11 a.m.–2 p.m.

SAW Fair is the kick-off event of the exciting Sustainability Awareness Week (SAW). This fair serves as a hub to promote sustainability to students, faculty, staff and all university community members. It will host various university partners and organizations that are working on sustainable initiatives either on campus or in the greater Edmonton area. Hosted by the Sustainability Council (with participating organizations: Parkland Institute, The Landing, Energy & Climate Action, Community-Service Learning, Renewable Energy Design, the Sustainability Council, Alberta Public Interest Research Group, URI, Sustain SU, City of Edmonton Reuse Centre and Paths for People)

Stop by our table at SAW Fair to make a pronoun button, learn about how APIRG-funded projects, events, and initiatives support SDGs, and pick up some APIRG swag!

Anti-O 101 Workshop at ECHA 2-121
Tuesday, October 25th
12–1:30 p.m.

Our Anti-O 101 Workshop is an introductory workshop that explores anti-oppressive theory; understanding power and privilege; and concepts of equality, equity and justice. The workshop also has an interactive component in which participants can reflect on and navigate applying anti-oppressive concepts through scenarios they may encounter as students, employees and community members. Through the exploration of anti-oppression and related theories, you will investigate and discuss ideas of gender, equality and equity, and look at how to bring these back to your personal relationships and communities.