What we do.
The Brock University Student Justice Centre is committed to propagating social justice on campus through campaigns, workshops, events, education and activism. We are an organization working to protect vulnerable students from all forms of social injustice at BU. Committed to solidarity, the SJC seeks to uplift marginalized students from all walks of life to further the scope of social justice on campus.
- Funding and solidarity support for students doing social justice projects, initiatives, campaigns, events and programming on campus
- Providing a safe space for students on campus
- Drop-in, and by appointment peer-to-peer listening and referral support for students who have experienced discrimination, harassment or violence because of their identity;
- Providing resources and referrals for support with mental illness, sexual violence, LGBTQ+ discrimination, and racism
- Leading workshops and campaigns to tackle social injustice on campus
- Social justice education, events and discussion
- Coordinating the Student Refugee Program at Brock University
The SJC runs campaigns to tackle various tenets of social injustice on campus and within society. These campaigns seek to educate the Brock community on matters of oppression, marginalization and privilege. Read about our campaigns coordinator here.
Interactive workshops at the SJC seek to dispel misinformation, educate the Brock community and provide thorough education on various social justice initiatives and concerns. Read about our workshops coordinator here.
Student refugee program
The World University Services Canada (WUSC) student refugee program, housed at the SJC, allows for refugee students to attend Brock University while receiving financial support and peer and social support from the Brock Local Committee. Click here to learn more about the SRP and how to get involved. Read about our SRP coordinator here.
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