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Uniterra Symposia Series and International Development Week 2018

This year, International Development Week (February 4th to 10th) encourages all Canadians to be Partners for a Better World, and WUSC Local Committee members across Canada are pleased to contribute to making this #OneWorld a better place by raising awareness and sparking change on campus and in their community! Each year, many Local Committees participate in the Uniterra Symposia Series and plan engaging and informative events in various regions in the country!

Past events:

Champlain CollegeMigrant Dreams Screening
November 15th, 2017, Sherbrooke, QC

Western UniversityEthical Food Consumption
January 24th, 2018, London, ON

Queen’s UniversityMindful Consumerism: Consumption, Ethics, and Global Change
January 27th, 2018, Kingston, ON

Université LavalUne consommation responsable pour l’Homme et pour l’environnement 
February 6th, 2018, Québec City, QC

McGill University Ethically Volunteering Abroad: Is it even possible? Let’s talk. 
February 7th, 2018, Montreal, QC

Pearson CollegeThe Cove Screening 
February 17th 2018, Victoria, BC

McMaster UniversityUnspooling the Garment Industry 
March 8th, 2018, Hamilton, ON

Dalhousie University, Agricultural CampusAn Ethical Consumption Extravaganza 
March 22nd 2018, Truro, NS

University of Winnipeg – Forming Fashion For the Ethically Engaged 
March 23rd 2018, Winnipeg, MB

University of Toronto, Trinity College – Immigration Detention: A Case of Violence Against Women?
March 29th 2018, Toronto, ON

Université de SherbrookeUniterra en action – Colloque sur le développement durable 
April 5th 2018, Sherbrooke, QC

University of Alberta –  WUSC & Uniterra ethical consumption
April 6th 2018, Edmonton, AB

Sheridan College – The Fashion Industry: The True Cost (Screening) 
April 10th 2018, Toronto, ON

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Uniterra is a leading Canadian international development program that is jointly operated by WUSC and CECI. Each year, 600 volunteers contribute their time and experience to positive and lasting change towards a more equitable world by dedicating a few weeks to two years of their lives to international volunteer work. The program also provides opportunities to get involved in Canada and play an active role in combating poverty.
The Uniterra program receives funding from the Government of Canada, provided through Global Affairs Canada.
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