Second General Assembly


Second General Assembly
Tuesday, March 1st, 5-8pm
OISE Auditorium, Room G162 (first floor)
252 Bloor St. West

On January 19th, hundreds gathered for the inaugural meeting of the University of Toronto General Assembly. The General Assembly embodies our commitment to transforming this University into one that is organized and operated by those who make it what it is.

After all, UofT is our university. It comprises our education, our workplace, our living space, our community – and frequently all of the above. It is a public institution whose aim is to promote the wellbeing of all of its members and of society at large. We, and no one else, are its stakeholders and its governors. As members of the General Assembly, we are reclaiming our role as agents – a role that has been stripped from us, and that we are looking to take back.

Don’t miss the General Assembly’s second meeting on Tuesday, March 1st at 5pm. All members of the UofT community, including students, workers, staff, faculty, alumni, and neighbors, are invited and welcome to participate in the General Assembly. As our movement grows, so too does our influence, the scope of our organizing, and our ability to transform the university.

Join us.

||| FREE FOOD |||


Please email us if you would like to table at this event by February 28th.

The OISE auditorium is physically accessible. The stage is not accessible. Accessible washrooms are located on the main and fifth floors. Childcare will be available for this event. If you require ASL interpretation, or have any other accessibility-related requests, please e-mail by February 22nd. We are committed to accessibility and will do our best to accommodate everyone’s needs.

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