Featured community initiatives at Concordia
In all spheres – artistic, political, commercial and scientific – Concordians partner with community members to address social issues and shape our changing world.
A three-day conference in November 2017 that will provide young Indigenous Quebecers with the required skills to develop their business acumen and self-confidence.
The SOMEONE (SOcial Media EducatiON Every day) initiative is created to sensitize youth, educators, and the broader public to patterns of online hate.
Seeds of Hope
In collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, this exhibition presents the work of many individuals who have been directly affected by suicide.
The Operation Research Challenge
TORCH is the annual operations research challenge organized by a multi-disciplinary team of Montreal students.
The Nipivut radio show is a component of prof. Mark Watson's SSHRC Insight grant 'Out of place in nunalijjuaq: effecting social change with Montreal Inuit through participatory action research'
The HIV/AIDS project
Concordia's HIV/AIDS project includes a Community Lecture Series. Concordia Community HIV/AIDS Courses are also available as well as Community Internships.
Community Service Initiative
The Community Service Initiative at the John Molson School of Business links the resources of the JMSB with the needs of local communities.
Concordia’s Centraide Campaign
Concordia joins city-wide efforts to raise funds for Centraide.
TodayNov. 17Indigenous Economic Independence in an Era of Neoliberal Capitalism 10 a.m. — 12 p.m.