Membroopirg-carleton

Coleções
Etiquetas
environment (305), Canada (277), international (180), activism (159), human rights (154), education (139), labour (123), women (111), First Nations (109), health (108), economics (106), United States of America (90), energy (89), Canadian government (87), food (87), video (85), global economy (83), resources (75), policy (74), law (74), agriculture (70), land use (70), war (70), history (69), racism (68), free trade (67), government (65), military (65), development (64), peace (61), International (54), feminism (53), oil (52), water (52), employment (51), globalization (51), forestry (50), Africa (50), corporations (49), media (49), forests (48), foreign policy (47), gender (46), prisons (45), poverty (44), colonialism (43), Latin America (43), race (42), governance (40), technology (39), post-secondary education (39), criminal justice (38), housing (36), ecology (35), workers (35), indigenous peoples (35), climate change (34), organizing tools (34), democracy (34), Ontario (34), Native rights (34), fuel (33), waste (33), low income (32), discrimination (32), United Nations (31), industry (30), Philippines (30), transportation (30), sustainability (30), unions (28), privatization (28), India (28), children (28), cities (28), teaching (28), South Africa (27), demonstrations (27), Quebec (27), sexuality (26), legislation (26), militarism (26), ethnic minorities (25), science (25), Mexico (24), global warming (24), mining (24), trade (24), immigration (24), debt (24), Inuit (23), disability (23), pesticides (23), Our Schools Our Selves (23), pollution (22), self-determination (22), Middle East (22), Ottawa (22), Asia (21), health care (21), sustainable development (20), capitalism (20), mental health (20), nuclear energy (20), gardening (20), political prisoners (20), radical history (20), China (19), consumerism (19), violence (19), working classes (19), nuclear weapons (19), biodiversity (19), genetic engineering (19), culture (18), corporatization (18), workshops (18), anti-racism (18), student activism (18), sustainable living (18), conservation (17), philosophy (17), terrorism (17), research (17), students (17), families (17), dams (17), Indonesia (17), police (17), religion (17), recycling (17), apartheid (17), multiculturalism (16), fair trade (16), feminist theory (16), youth (16), organizing (16), class (16), hunger (16), socialism (16), safety (16), business (16), abuse (16), violence against women (16), imperialism (16), theory (16), civil rights (15), Islam (15), advertising (15), municipal politics (15), skills (15), Central America (15), drugs (14), refugees (14), AIDS (14), Iraq (14), revolution (14), welfare (14), torture (14), resistance (14), East Timor (14), HIV (14), hydroelectricity (14), animal rights (14), international development (14), environmental racism (14), toxins (14), immigrants (14), World Bank (13), alternative energy (13), air pollution (13), disease (13), clothing industry (13), sex work (13), rainforests (13), economic inequality (13), international campaign to ban landmines (13), class struggle (13), wildlife (13), reform (13), ecosystems (13), land (13), sweatshops (13), anarchism (13), urban planning (13), addiction (12), solar energy (12), emissions (12), Brazil (12), animals (12), Australia (12), nationalism (12), Israel (12), oceans (12), direct action (12), multinational corporations (12), natural resources (12), equality (12), mass media (11), Thailand (11), British Columbia (11), Black Americans (11), Nicaragua (11), Europe (11), corporate responsibility (11), population (11), reproduction (11), international trade (11), International Monetary Fund (11), endangered species (11), income (11), fisheries (11), developing countries (11), Cree (11), spirituality (10), queer (10), weapons (10), suburbia (10), Afghanistan (10), taxes (10), genocide (10), labour rights (10), equity (10), war on terror (10), slavery (10), Argentina (10), land claims (10), electricity (10), repression (10), rural (9), internet (9), Malaysia (9), homelessness (9), Palestine (9), Great Whale project (9), famine (9), Toronto (9), Marxism (9), language (9), Colombia (9), schools (9), public theatre (9), Carleton University (9), James Bay (9), ozone (9), economic sanctions (9), directories (9), women’s health (9), self-government (9), nutrition (9), ecofeminism (9), mine action working group (9), courts (9), Burma (9), lesbians (9), Noam Chomsky (9), Amnesty International (9), cancer (8), genetically modified organisms (8), pharmaceuticals (8), Korea (8), social services (8), Charter of Rights and Freedoms (8), anti-globalization (8), political theory (8), Cuba (8), Ronald Reagan (8), Namibia (8), community development (8), Vietnam (8), conflict (8), child care (8), Americas (8), 9/11 (8), sexual assault (8), Iran (8), tropical forests (8), tuition fees (8), Carleton University documents (8), consensus decision making (8), armed conflicts (8), universities (8), solidarity (8), sustainable building (8), elections (8), non-violence (8), hazardous waste (8), art (8), El Salvador (8), politics of food (8), handbooks (8), prisoners (8), resource extraction (8), neoliberalism (8), food security (7), Zambia (7), IMF (7), citizenship (7), domestic violence (7), homophobia (7)
Nuvens
Nuvem de Etiquetas, Nuvem de Autores, Espelho de etiquetas
Média
Grupos
Aderiu
Jul 5, 2006
Nome Real
OPIRG Carleton
Acerca da Minha Biblioteca
In order to search the OPIRG-Carleton collection, go to
http://www.librarything.com/profile.php?view=opirg-carleton

To search book titles, select “books" tab next to “search this library"
To search by keyword, select "tags" tab. You may also click on an individual keyword in order to locate other materials in this category.
To search title, author, and keywords at once, select “all fields"

The location of the book is noted under the ‘comments’ column

E-mail vopc@opirgcarleton.org with any questions about the OPIRG resource centre, or about this catalog.
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OPIRG Carleton mobilises individuals to identify and improve environmental, social, and economic conditoins. We recognize the rich history of social creativity and resistance, while maintaining and building a community that embraces plurality and participation. We encourage critical thinking that inspires projects and initiatives across communities. We create space where diverse perspectives are able to meet, share, learn, and grow.

As an organisation we believe the foundation for social change lies in the promotion of social and eocnomic justice, ecology, and the realisation of a peaceful world. To promote positive, progressive, and ethical change, we must examine the roots of our relationships with each other and other communities of life. We promote and provide tools for positive change from the roots of the community. In doing so, OPIRG bridges people, organizations, and ideas, in a commitment to radical social transformation.

Localização
Unceded and Unsurrendered Algonquin Territory, Canada
Página inicial
https://opirgcarleton.org
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