Conrad Grebel University College
140 Westmount Road North
Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G6
Do you want learn about social enterprises while networking at the Google Community Space? Come to the Celebration of Social Enterprises on November 20th to hear from Groshe International CEO and Chief Sustainability Officer, Helmi Ansari and network with successful social entrepreneurs from the Guelph, Wellington, and Waterloo region.
Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement invites you to the How Change Happens speaking tour!
Join us on September 21, the International Day of Peace and World Alzheimer's Awareness Day, to celebrate the launch of this exhibit. Painting a Picture of Dignity explores the theme of dignity from the lens of people who are experiencing Alzheimer's and dementia.
This special 3 week exhibit, featuring local artist Kandace Boos, is a visual exploration of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Throughout February and March, a group of Waterloo Region youth set out to explore what “connectedness” means to them through mixed media techniques. Come see the products of their exploration in the Grebel Gallery at 4 PM on Thursday June 1, 2017.
On May 25, join the Tamarack Institute in celebrating the launch of Alan Broadbent's new book, You're It! Shared Wisdom for Successfully Leading Organizations from Both a Seasoned and a First-Time CEO.
Paul Born, co-founder and president of Tamarack, will moderate a conversation with Alan Broadbent and his co-author Franca Gucciardi. They will share insights on how to successfully lead a non-profit organization.
The Tamarack Institute is a participant organization in the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement.
Come and see the film the Age of Consequences, a film exploring the links between climate change and violent conflict, and join our panelists in discussing what it means to build peace in an era of ecological crisis.
Join the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement as we explore peace research involving both our campus and our world. WPIRG will be highlighting connections between research at the University of Waterloo and military applications, and Project Ploughshares will be sharing findings from their most recent annual Armed Conflicts Report.