OPIRG’s Toronto Research and Action Community Exchange (TRACX) is looking for 1-3 undergraduate or graduate students to work on a community-based research project on the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan American Games in collaboration with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP). This research should begin in the 2014 fall term and may be completed for credit as an independent study course, or as an independent project with faculty supervision. This research may also be featured at a TRACX symposium in the 2015 winter term.
RE: Mergers of GTA Legal Aid Clinics.
16 July 2014
To Whom It May Concern:
Ontario Public Interest Research Group-Toronto condemns the proposed merger of
seventeen independent community legal clinics in the Greater Toronto Area into
a small number of mega-clinics.
RE: Open Letter on the Detention of Alexander Sodiqov.
7 July 2014
To the Membership of OPIRG-Toronto,
The Board of the Ontario Public Interest Research Group-Toronto wishes to express our full support for University of Toronto PhD student Alexander Sodiqov and for those working to attain his release from detention by security forces in Tajikistan.
Deadline for Applications: Monday July 28, 2014