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SACOMSS hosts McGill’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week

The Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students' Society (SACOMSS) hosted McGill’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week, which consisted of a series of workshops, from March 16 to 20. The week included events such as the “Becoming an Active Bystander” workshop and “Fire with Water,” an art show depicting artistic responses to sexual violence. There were… Keep Reading

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PGSS Executive midterm reviews

Brighita Lungu Ge Sa Jennifer Murray Juan Pinto Nikki Meadows Julien Ouellet (pgss.mcgill.ca) This week, the McGill Tribune conducted midterm reviews of the Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) executives. Click on the portraits to learn more. Members Affairs Officer, Brighita Lungu Lungu has been working on several projects, including the #ConsentMcGill campaign and mental health initiatives.… Keep Reading

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Harm Reduction 101 workshop discusses models and strategies for building stronger communities

The Indigenous Women and Two-Spirit Harm Reduction Coalition (IW2SHRC) hosted a two-hour workshop on Sunday, Nov. 16 as part of the Mental Health Awareness Week. Titled “Harm Reduction 101”, the interactive workshop discussed essential harm reduction practices, especially regarding drug use and HIV/AIDS among the indigenous community. Lindsay Nixon, U3 Honours Women’s Studies student at… Keep Reading

SSMU Council discusses discretionary funding, library hours, and GA

Motion on restricting discretionary funding The Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) Legislative Council tabled and discussed a motion titled Amendment of the Clubs and Services Portfolio By-Law Book at its meeting last Thursday. Originally moved by VP Finance and Operations Kathleen Bradley and VP Clubs and Services Stefan Fong, the motion sought to limit… Keep Reading

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Conference discusses the future of LGBTQ Human Rights

Imagining the Future of LGBTQ Human Rights, a two-day conference held on Oct. 6 and 7 at Concordia University, sought to analyze a wide range of human rights issues and to discuss the future of the movement. The seminar addressed a multitude of critical global concerns, with a total of seven discussions on topics including… Keep Reading

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Montreal to become a Future Earth hub

As announced on Jul. 8, Montreal is set to be one of five hubs for Future Earth, a United Nations (UN)-based program that aims to fuel research and public policy reform in the field of environmental sustainability through international collaboration. Stressing the importance of global partnerships in resolving key environmental issues, Future Earth will have… Keep Reading

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