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The platforms for each candidate will be added as soon as they are made available.
Jacqueline Boulding, Danik Dozet & Patrick Brunet (RSM platform)
My name is Jacqueline Boulding, I am an MA student in my first year in Philosophy with a specialization in Women’s Studies. I also did my undergraduate degree at the university and have been a member of the RSM since 2011 and have served on the central committee for the past year. I am committed to making the university a safe space for gender-oppressed people to get an education, and to maintaining a dialogue between activist and academic knowledges.
My name is Danik Dozet, student about to graduate from a bachelor’s of Science going back in for a second round of school next year in Education. I’ve been a member of the Revolutionary Student Movement since it was called the Marxist Student Association and have served on its central committee for the last 3 years. I am dedicated to combatting the pervasive neoliberal ideology and building a strong socialist movement capable of radical change!
I am Patrick Brunet, a student completing a BA in political science and philosophy that will be returning for an MA. I have been a member of the Revolutionary Student Movement for two years. My goal is to help build student activism and the university as a site for the struggle against capitalism, imperialism and colonialism.
We will guarantee that OPIRG will remain loyal to its anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist and anti-colonialist politics. Unity around anti-capitalist politics should be the base of OPIRG’s around which it works with other groups on campus.
We remain dedicated to to fighting oppression and fighting for equality. This includes fighting the manifestations of inequality as well as its root causes. These struggles against all forms of oppression are an integral part of the fight against capitalism.
We are in favor of an education system that is scientific and proletarian in nature that puts the needs of people before profit. We look to build an independent leftist force on campus, free of the bureaucracy of the SFUO and CFS. We are greatly in favor of building direct democracy on campus through the development of general assemblies within the SFUO federated bodies.
Building the left!
OPIRG should serve as a networking and resource center for progressive forces with social justice as its goals. We will use OPIRG’s resources to support the broad left on campus, including:
-Better networking opportunities for action groups
-More spaces for action groups, community members and the resource center
-Maintain OPIRG’s organizational autonomy
-Continue to oppose misogynist, racist and right wing groups on campus
Reaching out and organizing the community should be the focus of OPIRG’s work. It should be the center at which students and community members can get in contact with progressive groups in their area. We want to hold a series of events during Alt 101 week that will be hosted by the different action groups as well as our annual anticapitalist hip-hop concert. We will make sure all OPIRG resources and media will be available in at least the two official languages. We will develop a comprehensive promotion strategy to increase visibility for OPIRG, its action groups and resources.
Be sure to go out and vote for the Revolutionary Student Movement candidates for the OPIRG board of administration on April 4th!
Hello all! My name is Nicole Sudiacal and I am currently in the second year of my undergraduate degree in Human Rights and Conflict Studies with a minor in Sociology. I am deeply passionate about community organizing and am running for a position on the OPIRG Board of Directors at the University of Ottawa. Off campus, I have been the leader of the Ethnocultural Youth Advisory Committee of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa for two years. This position has allowed me to have a comprehensive understanding of the barriers that newcomer, refugee, racialized and other marginalized youth face in Ottawa.
If I were to be elected as an OPIRG-Ottawa Board member, I would focus on
- Community outreach: I would aim to bridge gaps that exist between on-campus organizations and the larger Ottawa community that we serve. Through linking social services organizations in Ottawa to the initiatives and resources that are offered by OPIRG and the action groups, I hope to facilitate a widened and deepened impact, both on and off campus through proposed meet and greets, shared events and increased communication and sharing of connections, thus strengthening the entirety of the community.
- Political Framework: I will commit my politics to accountability and transparency. Through the lens of intersectionality, decolonization, and anti-oppression, I will work to ensure that OPIRG’s initiatives, research, and resources, will continue to be accessible to all students, but also to all community members. I hope to share liberating theories such anti-oppression practices, indigenous sovereignty, anti-capitalist and disability justice off and on-campus, with the resource center, OPIRG weeks, the OPIRG zine and other programming in collaboration with students, action groups, social services organization and the general public.
Hey folks! My name is R.J. Pate and I am running for a position of the OPIRG-GRIPO Board of Directors. An Ottawa born and raised, as an active community organizer I understand the necessity of intersectional liberation through campus and community organizing. Working within rad racialized, feminist, and LGBTQIA+ settings, I understand what it takes to bring together a community in Ottawa with student participation interest.
If elected to the Board of Directors, I will focus on the following:
-Increasing the visibility of student events, initiatives, and services on and off campus; I will work to create an active liaison between students and their campus service centres and the services available to them outside of the federation, such as OPIRGGRIPO. I also intend to create an active community liaison between community services available to students off campus.
-Inclusionary and intersectional spaces; I will work to ensure OPIRG-GRIPO maintains inclusionary and intersectional spaces in terms of race, language, class, accessibility, and anything in between. Ensuring that OPIRGGRIPO works through an antiwhite supremacist and anticapitalist lense.
-Equity within staff and Board of Directors; Obtaining and maintaining proper equity within staff and Board of Directors positions in ensuring student and community voices are represented by OPIRGGRIPO on all levels of oppression.
-Creating a more transparent hiring process; Creating a hiring process that is based on experience and knowledge, rather than formal education and who you know.
Hello, my name is Tabitha Mirza and I am a 2nd year student in the International Development and Globalization program. My involvement includes being VP Equity and Activism for the Development Student Association, and being a volunteer at the Women’s Resource Centre.
Having worked and been involved in many feminist, environmental, and community based spheres, I have a thoughtful understanding of the work I propose to enrich the OPIRG-GRIPO Board with the following:
- Mobilizing and networking for greater student, community, and federated body interconnectivity and centralization
- Guided by decolonization & intersectional and transnational feminisms, maintain and uphold anti-colonialist, anti-racist, and anti-capitalist sentiment, and similarly, always work for Indigenous, grassroots, and community led initiatives
- Maintaining equity, transparency, and accountability throughout OPRG-GRIPO functions