Our History

No One Is Illegal (NOII) Halifax – a collective guided by anti-oppression principles that advocates and fights for the rights, dignity, and respect of immigrants and refugees, as well as those living without status. More information available at their website.   No Fences No Borders – a pamphlet providing more information about the campaign, including […]

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Justice For Deepan – a support group formed in July 2013 to help Deepan Budlakoti restore his Canadian citizenship and prevent his deportation to India, a country where he has no family, has never lived and is not a citizen. More information available at their website.    

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The Save Lincolnville Campaign –  a community-led initiative for the removal of the landfill located within a kilometre of Lincolnville, an African Nova Scotian community situated in northeast Nova Scotia, Megumaagee territory. The group uses environmental racism as their main platform. More information available at their website.   Bound To Be Free (B2BFree) – information […]

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The Black Ribbon Campaign – a campaign in support of our African Nova Scotian learners and staff with the goal of addressing racism within the Halifax Regional School Board.   The Black Ribbon Campaign informational pamphlet.  

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More General Info Some more materials providing general information about NSPIRG and its activities.   NSPIRG – A Primer Of Who We Are And What We Do – a beautifully and artistically hand-crafted guide.   NSPIRG General Information Flier– a small pamphlet providing general information.   NSPIRG Information Pamphlet – more information about NSPIRG and […]

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LGBTQ+ NSPIRG has supported the LGBTQ+ community, facilitating events, providing education, and documenting LGBTQ+ history.   Rad Pride 2013 – a series of events that provide an alternative to the mainstream and corporatized Pride events during Pride Week.     The Dyke and Trans March A yearly phenomenon in Halifax since 2011, the march is […]

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For Students As a Dalhousie University campus-led, student-levied, community-minded social and environmental justice organization, NSPIRG has done much work to provide support, resources, volunteer opportunities, and education to students.   Democracy is under attack – a response to the Stop NSPIRG Campaign in 2009, and a call for support. Also provides information for Dalhousie students […]

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Anti-Oppression Initiatives NSPIRG has done much work over the years providing workshops, information, and fostering leadership in anti-oppression initiatives.   Youth Workshops: Anti Oppression Youth Education Project – a youth driven working group of NSPIRG, providing workshops for Nova Scotian youth groups about the impacts of oppression and privilege on individuals and communities.   Addressing […]

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The Rag A publication by the MOONWIT Collective providing information about menstruation. The MOONWIT Collective was group of mostly women active worldwide from 1989-2004. “MOONWIT” stood for Meeting Our Own Needs With Imagination & Tenacity. The collective was focused on sewing and selling reusable washable cloth menstrual pads, opening conversations about menstruation, dispelling stigma, and […]

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Writings by Indigenous Groups Publications written by Indigenous Groups on Indigenous issues.   Programme for the International Conference On Understanding Healing Through Diversity of Practice at the Mi’kmaq Reserve, Conne River, Bay D’Espoir, Newfoundland.   No Olympics On Stolen Land, Resources for Anti-2010 Resistance, published by Warrior-Publications. Features articles on Omlympics on Stolen Native Land, […]

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Dalhousie Student Union Building   6136 University Avenue, Room B24 – Halifax NS B3H 4J2
NSPIRG would like to acknowledge our office is located on ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People

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