Menno Simons College invites you to the 12th Annual Social Justice Fair!
Where? Riddell Hall, The University of Winnipeg.
Come learn about Winnipeg-based organizations who are doing amazing work both here and around the world. Find ways you can volunteer, and discover future career opportunities.
***Plus, you can enter to win a $350 Tuition Bursary or a Fair Trade prize pack!***
New this year, documentary filmmaker Patrick Mugosa will speak at 12:00PM about his award-winning new documentary, Restoration: a refugees' story, which explores the transformed lives of African immigrants who found refuge in Canada through this country’s resettlement program.
With more than 30 organizations from around Winnipeg scheduled to participate, you are sure to connect with something that speaks to your passions.
Below is a list of just a few of the orgs you'll find at this year's SJF!
The MATCH International Women's Fund
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg
Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties
Mennonite Central Committee — MCC
Manitoba Council for International Cooperation
Resource Assistance for Youth (RaY)
Aboriginal Student Services (The University of Winnipeg)
Development and Peace — Caritas Canada
Human Rights Hub Winnipeg
John Howard Society of Manitoba
Canadian Red Cross, Disaster Management — Manitoba branch
Ten Thousand Villages Canada
Canadian School of Peacebuilding
This year's theme will be «The Community of Conflict.»
Our goal is to showcase not only the diversity of conflict, but how conflict connects us as a community here in Winnipeg and as a global community.