Tesatawiyat (Come in) is a community photography project led by Bryce Kanbara and photographer Mina Ao, with members of the Aboriginal community in the Hamilton area sharing their stories in their homes.
Sponsored by the Equity Office, the Making Spaces program is a framework for creating affirming spaces on campus and fostering interpersonal relationships through education and training on aspects of social identity. UW community members partake in training and a registration process to become Space Makers, ambassadors of equity.
Be part of Trinity Institute 2017: Water Justice, a global conference held in New York City and webcast all over the world. With a sharp focus on the need for water justice initiatives in areas of access, droughts, pollution, rising tides, and flooding, Trinity Institute aims to offer actionable guidance for individuals, congregations, and the larger faith community surrounding these issues.
Each year, the Hagey Lecture speaker also takes part in a colloquium for students in a related department or faculty. This year, the School of Public Health & Health Systems and the Department of Kinesiology are co-hosting the student colloquium with Hagey Lecture speaker Dr. Carol Barnes.
Ensuring sustainable leadership is the key to the long-term success of any club, group or organization. How adequately is your group prepared to fill existing or potential future vacancies in leadership?
Join us for a screening of award-winning documentary "The Good Neighbour" along with a discussion on the film, tar sands developments, Indigenous rights, and local oil pipeline resistance.
This panel is hosted by the Department of Drama and Speech Communication in collaboration with the UWaterloo Equity Office, and the Special Adviser to the President—Women’s and Gender Issues. The panel will address gendered violence, with specific attention to institutional challenges and UWaterloo’s response.
The panel discussion will provide the opportunity for Q&A and will be followed by a reception.