AWOL: APIRG Workshops Registration Form
The Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) is a student-run, student-funded non-profit based at the University of Alberta that upholds an anti-oppressive mandate, meaning that we analyze the structures that underlie inequity in our communities and seek grassroots solutions to build a better world.

Anti-O 101 Workshop
Monday, September 12th
Noon - 1:30pm

APIRG's Anti-O 101 Workshop is an introductory workshop focused on introducing anti-oppressive theory, understanding power and privilege, and exploring how we can apply these concepts in our day-to-day lives!

APIRG Volunteer Orientation
Thursday, September 15th
Noon - 1:30pm
APIRG Office - 9111 HUB Mall

Interested in gaining hands-on experience with outreach, running a community library, and creating political memes? Want to learn more about what we do and how we do it? Come to our volunteer orientation on Thursday, September 15th.

APIRG Granting Info Session
Friday, September 16th
Noon - 1:30pm
APIRG Office - 9111 HUB Mall

The APIRG Granting Info Session is designed to provide information about the two funding streams and share advice to best prepare to apply for APIRG's Granting streams. APIRG offers funding for student and community groups working on projects, events, or towards a shared collective goal that is rooted in the public interest. Up to $2000 in funding is available to groups each semester. We offer two granting streams - the Working Group grant and the Event/Project grant.

These workshops are part of A Week of Liberation (AWOL). AWOL is APIRG's back to school event series running from September 12th-17th centered around building community, knowledge and power for social change. Visit to learn more.

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