KWIC provides resources for students and community members in Peterborough and the Kawarthas to encourage dialogue and to develop an understanding of world issues toward positive social and environmental change.
KWIC offers shared meeting space with a free lending library of alternative print resources on a wide-ranging selection of global-local issues, located on the Symons Campus at Trent University.
KWIC staff, volunteers, and social justice experts are available with materials and skills to support effective local action for positive global impact.
Workshops offered through our Youth and Schools programs are a valuable resource for classes, youth and community groups on a variety of relevant social and environmental issues.
KWIC provides a Community Social Justice Calendar where community members can see what's coming up and where organizations and planners can coordinate activities. We welcome you to add your event here!
(Click the calendar icon on the top right of this page to link to KWIC's Community Social Justice Calendar.)
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The KWIC E.Y.E : Centre for Education | Youth | Environment
An inclusive, creative space that connects youth to a place of belonging and opportunities to explore solutions to complex issues impacting their lives and future.
The Centre is nestled within the Trent School of the Environment, ESC B101 at Trent University, East Bank. We are open Monday to Friday from 7am - 7 pm for students and community members. Join us for a quiet work space, engaging workshops, or book the space for your group's meeting!
Watch our KWIC EYE Centre Tour on YouTube.
For more information, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The KWIC renovation was made possible through the generous support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Trent University and community partners: Lett Architects , Mortlock Construction and Burrow.
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Resources
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) was created as part of the mandate of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) in order to listen to survivors, their families, communities and others affected by the residential school system. It is a space where their experiences and truths can be kept safe and honored and allow for dialogue for future generations. It is a foundation for ongoing learning and research and aims to provide a voice for those affected and educate everyone across the country.
Here are some great resources that are available for you to learn more and see what actions you can take.