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WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU


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WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU


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MOHAMMAD AKBAR
ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
The excellence of improvisation. Focused on student activism and human rights. Always ready to listen, learn and help others. I read a lot about post secondary education. A big fan of well placed Simpsons references. Favourite Authors: bell hooks, Rohinton Mistry, Stephen King, Rupi Kaur.  akbar@lspirg.org

 

 

HANNAH BATTEN
VOLUNTEER & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DIRECTOR
Hannah is an outdoor- loving, garden- tending, vegan swimmer who is passionate about social and environmental justice, and has been involved in different activist struggles in southern Ontario. Always interested in talking about outdoor activities and what struggles folks are passionate about. hannah@lspirg.org

 

 

Jaydene Lavallie
Organizer, Brantford
Jaydene is a Red River Métis iskwêw (woman) who is passionate about social and environmental justice. She finds strength in being outdoors amongst the trees, usually with her trusty sidekick James close at her heels. She firmly believes that building community can be just as radical as direct action and embraces a diversity of tactics to achieve collective goals. Her door is always open to talk life, politics, social justice, or strategy. Or for just a good long rant about the patriarchy and a hug. jjaydene@lspirg.org

 

GENERAL INQUIRIES
Not sure who to get in touch with? Don't sweat it. Send your questions to info@lspirg.org and we'll make sure the best person answers your questions. Feel free to stop by our office at 165 Albert St., Waterloo (third floor) to chat, use our library and research computers or for a safer space to study or relax. The office is open 10am - 4pm Monday to Thursday. If the door is ever locked, ring the third floor doorbell and we'll come let you in!

We acknowledge and apologize that our office is not physically accessible. The office is situated on the third floor and requires visitors to ascend three flights of stairs. In spite of this, we at LSPIRG are committed to the accessibility of our resources and services. Please notify us of your accessibility needs so that we may accommodate you accordingly.

 

 

 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE 2015-18 STRATEGIC PLAN!

 

 

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WHO WE ARE


Pronounced el-es-purg, LSPIRG is a student funded, student oriented organization based on Laurier's Waterloo campus that provides opportunities for its members to be agents of social change.

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WHO WE ARE


Pronounced el-es-purg, LSPIRG is a student funded, student oriented organization based on Laurier's Waterloo campus that provides opportunities for its members to be agents of social change.

WHAT WE DO

Based from Wilfrid Laurier University's Waterloo campus, the Laurier Students’ Public Interest Research Group (LSPIRG) is an incorporated not-for-profit organization that operates autonomously from the university to uniquely serve both students and community members.

LSPIRG is funded through membership dues, paid automatically by students via the student levy and paid voluntarily by all other community members.

VISION

LSPIRG envisions a community where our members work together to drive progressive social change before, during, and after their experience with our organization.

MISSION

LSPIRG empowers its members to foster social justice by providing learning opportunities, access to resources, and avenues for action.

VALUES

Social justice, creativity, learning, collaboration, and activism.