Join SCIC and RPIRG for our annual youth leadership and activist training program, Generating Momentum Winter 2023 – the In-Person Edition.
Are you an innovator, mover and shaker between the ages of 18-35? Do you want to connect with like-minded youth who want to make the world a better place? Are you interested in global justice? Well, Gen Mo Winter 2023 is where you want to be!
Generating Momentum is an activist leadership training camp focused on educating, training, and organizing around social and environmental justice issues, and giving youth the tools to create meaningful change in their communities. The camp explores the interconnectedness of social, economic, ecological, and global justice issues.
Generating Momentum Winter 2023 will be run over the course of three days on February 15 (Regina), 16 (Regina), and 18 (Saskatoon). Join us to build community together in-person at the University of Regina, Mackenzie Art Gallery, and Remai Modern Museum. The Generating Momentum program is built around you and for you, meaning it is highly interactive and requires active participation in order to be a success!
1. COMMUNITY ORGANIZING 101 WITH DAVE LYONS-MORGAN
FEB 15 || 2:00-6:00PM
URSU Multipurpose Room, University of Regina
2. BLANKET STORIES WITH MELANIE ROSE AND KRIS ALVAREZ
FEB 16 6:00-8:30PM
Mackenzie Art Gallery
3. BLANKET STORIES WITH MELANIE ROSE AND TRISTEN DUROCHER
**Registration: SPOTS ARE LIMITED. Sign up early to guarantee your spot!
Please help us host an event that accommodates your inclusion needs by emailing email@example.com with your accessibility requirements ASAP, or if you have any questions or concerns.
Riddell Center Multipurpose Room Accessibility information:
Room access - The Multipurpose Room is located near the main entrance to the Riddell Center, on the main floor. The room is physically accessible and the building is serviced by several public transit routes. If you are taking paratransit, the bus drives up right to the front of the Riddell Center doors, and if by other it is approximately 2 minutes from the bus stops to the multipurpose room.
The multipurpose room is a large gymnasium type room essentially, and we will be using the half of the room with the stage on it. If there are a lot of people talking in the space, the walls can cause a lot of echoes and louder ambient noise and there can be lots of talking heard from outside the room if the doors are open.
Washroom access - There are gendered washrooms including accessible stalls across the hall from the multipurpose room. There is a gender neutral washroom on the second floor of the Riddell Center just around the corner from the elevator near the main entrance.
COVID safety - we will require masking for participants except for when they are eating or drinking. Extra masks will be available at the room entrance if needed.
If you have additional accessibility needs, please contact our Outreach and Events Coordinator, Tayef, at firstname.lastname@example.org