Newsletter highlights: 1. Vacancy: SOCC Outreach Officer (March-April) Check out the link: https://soccpage.com/2014/03/05/hiring-socc-outreach-officer/
2. External events (a) SSD Inclusivity Workshop (b) WUSC Refugee Women and Education Symposium (c) Leanne Simpson presents "Islands of Decolonial Love: Resurgent Bodies & Minds on the Land" 4. Meetings (a) M21 planning meeting (b) PULSE committee Details: 2. External events (a) SSD Inclusivity Workshop SSD Inclusivity Work Shop Facilitators / Instructors: Moussa Magassa, Uvic Human Rights Education Advisor, Equity & Human Rights & Dr. Michael Prince, Political Science Studies in Policy & Practice 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. On Tuesday, March 11th Michele Pujol Rm., In the SUB (b) WUSC Refugee Women and Education Symposium WUSC is hosting a Women and Education Symposium at UVic on Wednesday March 12th at 7:00pm in ECS 125! We will be examining the barriers that women of refugee populations face in accessing education. Speakers at this event include: FURAHA SIKITOKA - Current member of WUSC MARWO ABDI - Former member of WUSC DR. LAURA PARISI - UVic Gender Studies Professor This event is free and open to the public! Free refreshments, too! We are accepting donations for our Shine-A-Light Campaign which supports women in refugee camps with supplying them with solar lamps for them to study at night.
For more information about this event, please contact email@example.com or visit for more info about WUSC: http://uvicsrp.wordpress.com/ (c) Speaker: Leanne Simpson presents "Islands of Decolonial Love: Resurgent Bodies & Minds on the Land" The UVic NSU in partnership with the University of Victoria Students' Societywelcome Leanne Betasamosake Simpson to UVic for Indigenous Resurgence Week. Leanne will talk about her upcoming book and her current thinking on Resurgence. Wednesday, March 26 2014 1-3pm UVic First People's House 4. Meetings Both meetings are open to all self-identified Indigenous and/or People of Colour. (a) M21 planning meeting Monday, March 10 (b) PULSE committee Thursday, March 13 Thanks, Boma