Global Engagement

Hidden Histories: Photos of Yucho Chow

Hidden Histories: Photos of Yucho Chow
An evening with author Catherine Clement


Join us for a LOOK at a part of B.C. history that has seldom been seen. From 1906-1949, Yucho Chow chronicled life during a tumultuous and transformative period. His lens recorded the lives and aspirations not only of early Chinese, but of many other marginalized communities who struggled to make Canada their home.

Civic Mobilization and the Global Refugee Crisis

Meghan MacIver was on the front lines of the European refugee crisis, assisting refugees fleeing violence and poverty who were arriving by the thousands on the Greek island of Lesbos. As co-founder of the largest online resource for providing information to independent volunteers in Greece, she took part in what some have described as the largest civic mobilization since the Second World War, when volunteers—many young and untrained—took on unimaginable responsibilities and saved thousands of lives.

T.A.R.D.I.S Teleporter

T.A.R.D.I.S Teleporter

(Telecommunication and Relevant Discussions with International Students)


The TARDIS will allow anybody to telecommunicate with international students from many different countries. Join via Zoom and you will be able to ask questions, chat with your fellow global citizens and discover what connects us!

Film: Nations United

In the midst of a pandemic radically transforming our world, Nations United tells the story of the world as it is, as it was, and as it could be. It focuses on the solutions and action we need to tackle poverty, inequality, injustice and climate change.